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Paul Oakenfold using Cakewalk Sonar X1 on new album
His producer TC favours the technology for a number of reasons, reports MI-Pro.
"I have all my favourite effect chains in one place and I am able to drag and drop any one of them at any given time into an effect bin on a track, or onto a clip itself," said the sound engineer. "I can't imagine working without this now."
He added that the technology allows producers to put together their own screen setting, which makes it easy to quickly navigate between different ones and customise monitors.
The results of the Cakewalk Sonar X1 on Oakenfold's work will be shown off when his new album is released in May.
Oakenfold is set to embark on a tour of North America at the end of next month, kicking off a run of DJ sets in Las Vegas on April 30th.
Further shows are planned in San Diego, Vancouver, Calgary, San Francisco and Miami.
Posted on 22 Mar 2011 16:00 to category : Instruments News
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