Setting Up Sonar

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  • #45773

    Anonymous

    In Sonar select Edit->Preferences->Control Surfaces. Then set up a Mackie Control controller like this:

    Sonar provides optional settings for the Macke Control contoller. To adjust the optional settings, select the Utilities menu and then select Mackie Control – 1. Be sure to enable metering if you want to see meters displayed in V-Control.

    #46433

    Bitfodder
    Participant

    Get to the utilities menu here…

    #46656

    Anonymous

    Here is a link to Sonar’s Mackie Control support documentation:

    http://www.mackie.com/products/mcu/documents/MackieControl.chm

    #46807

    edulif
    Participant

    Hi.
    I’m running Sonar X1 b, win7 64, Ipad 3, and having several issues related to setting up V-Control Pro on my Ipad. Track meters, leds, and transport commands seem to work fine, and it’s extremely stable at the very 1st time that I connected my ipad.

    But the three problems that I’m experimenting is:

    Main edit button seems to do nothing,
    In the Edit mode, there are functions that I dont have any idea what they do, isnt there any documentation.

    If anyone can please tell me what I’m doing wrong …….. it will be appreciated.

    Thanks !!!!!!!!!

    #47147

    DanS
    Participant

    Hi there Edulidd, here are some belated answers to your post from last year, in case they are useful to you or any other Sonar/V-Control users.

    1-The “edit” button on the right hand side of the main V-Control screen toggles Sonar in and out if it’s “Edit” mode. I am not 100% familiar with each and every Sonar function, but here is a link to current Sonar X2 documentation where it can be further researched:

    http://www.cakewalk.com/Documentation/default.aspx?Doc=SONAR X2&Lang=EN&Req=toc.html

    2-In the edit panel portion of the multi-panel window, there are indeed many separate Sonart shortcuts that give you one button access to lots of Sonar functions. It is beyond the scope of the V-Control userr’s guide to detail what each of these buttons do, but in general, they emulate the functions of the assorted buttons on a hardware Mackie Control, when used with Sonar. According to this link

    http://www.cakewalk.com/Support/kb/reader.aspx/2005263

    Sonar’s online help documentation should have a some details of what each of these shortcut buttons do within the program.

    Thanks!

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