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News Cakewalk Sonar V-Studio 100

USB audio interface from Cakewalk belonging to the Sonar series

Cakewalk announced that SONAR V-Studio 100, the portable music production studio, is now shipping worldwide.

The second product in the SONAR V-Studio line of integrated hardware and software from Cakewalk and Roland is designed to provide “a compact, feature rich, music production studio that enables musicians to create, record, produce, and perform music with or without a computer.”

SONAR V-Studio 100 is designed for the musician, singer-songwriter, MC, producer, or engineer on-the-go, regardless of whether they use a Mac or PC, according to Cakewalk.


Highlights of SONAR V-Studio 100 include:

• High speed USB 2.0 Audio Interface (Mac/Win)
• Universal DAW Controller (Mac/Win)
• Personal Digital Mixer
• SD Wave Recording/Playback
• VS Production Pack suite of Virtual Instruments and Effects (Mac/Win)
• SONAR VS Digital Audio Workstation (Win)

For more info, visit the micro-site dedicated to the V-Studio line at: www.sonarvstudio.com.
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