|Professional Recording, Mixing & Mastering
From getting a great tone to releasing the final mix, today's musicians must master every element of the music production process. SONAR X2 is there every step of the way and takes each element to the next level of power and usability. And thanks to the revolutionary Skylight user interface, SONAR X2 lets you move seamlessly among the elements, instantly going from recording to editing to mixing and back again. Dial up the perfect synth sound with Rapture or a searing guitar tone with TH2 Producer. Record it, tighten it, chop it, and drop it in the Matrix for realtime triggering. Shape it with the expandable ProChannel. Warm it with the new Console Emulator. And do it all with a single Smart Tool. It's genius.
Unlimited audio & MIDI tracks Enhanced award winning Skylight interface Seamless usability & workflow R-MIX SONAR Modular ProChannel BREVERB SONAR VST and BREVERB SONAR ProChannel module ProChannel Console Emulation Module QuadCurve EQ & Softube Saturation Knob ProChannel Modules FX Chains 2.0 plus FX Chains ProChannel Modules 20 Virtual instruments including Rapture subtractive synthesizer 59 audio and MIDI effects Matrix performance view Integrated per track arpeggiator TH2 Producer Amp Sim Linear Phase accurate Mastering EQ and Multi-Band compressor Automation & Take Lanes Flexible export and Delivery options including MusicXML and SoundCloud Pristine 64-bit/384KHz audio engine Includes all features in SONAR X2 Studio Native 32/64-bit application
Please note: SONAR X2 supports Windows 7 and Windows 8. Windows XP and Windows Vista are no longer officially supported.
Minimum System Requirements:
Windows 7 or Windows 8* Runs Native in 32/64-bit Windows Intel Core 2 Duo E8200 2.67 GHz / AMD Phenom Quad Core 9750 2.4 Ghz or higher 2 GB RAM 1280x800 minimum screen resolution 4.5GB for minimal install, 20GB recommended Broadband internet connection for download Cakewalk Publisher requires available web server space with FTP access
*Windows 8 support will be available through a free patch later this year.