Cakewalk updates Sonar to Foxboro version
Cakewalk has released the Foxboro update for its Sonar DAW, which is available now for download.
What’s new in Sonar Foxboro:
- Updated Drum Replacer with the ability to manage markers via the velocity adjustment, FLAC format support, addition of a Filter Off mode and extended MIDI capacities
- Internal 2x upsampling for the plug-ins with distortion-free audio rendering, then downsampling back to the original sample rate, and without using a large amount of CPU resources
- New Deflate Gate effect chain created by Craig Anderton
- Added Craig Anderton’s EDM Percussion Library with 66 loops in Rex and Groove Clip/Acid WAV formats
- AAS Strum Session 2 collection of acoustic and electric guitars
- Various fixes and improvements, including for the Command Center v1.1
Full details of this new Foxboro update are available at www.cakewalk.com.
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