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Magnus Choir in Cakewalk SONAR

X Series (X1, X2, X3)

 


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SONAR X Series Producer has everything needed to deliver the polished, “radio-ready” recordings that are expected in today’s music industry – all in one box. Included are all of SONAR’s cutting edge music creation tools plus an unparalleled collection of world-class instruments and effects. From the innovative Skylight interface to the legendary, “big-studio” sound of the ProChannel console strip, SONAR X1 Producer is the ideal choice for anyone serious about music production.

 

SONAR X1/X2/X3 VST Configuration

VST configuration SONAR automatically scans your VST folders for new plug-ins on startup, registering any unscanned VST plug-ins so that they become available in SONAR’s plug-in menus. You can turn off automatic scanning in Edit  Preferences  File - VST Settings by clearing the Scan For VST Plug-ins On Startup check box. 

There are two places you can configure your VST plug-ins manually: go to Edit  Preferences  File - VST Settings or use the Cakewalk Plug-in Manager (Utilities  Cakewalk Plug-in Manager). You can use Edit  Preferences  File - VST Settings to set general VST options, such as choosing which folders to scan, but not specific options on individual plug-ins. Use the Cakewalk Plug-in Manager to set options on individual plug-ins (use the Utilities  Cakewalk Plug-in Manager command to open the Plug-in Manager). The following procedures explain how to use the settings in Edit  Preferences  File - VST Settings. The Cakewalk Plug-in Manager has its own help.

 

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1.- Cakewalk SONAR X1/X2/X3 "Plugin Manager" Re-scan options (Magnus Choir)

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2.- Cakewalk SONAR X1/X2/X3 : Menu To Load Magnus Choir VSTi plug-in.

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3.- Cakewalk SONAR X1/X2/X3: Magnus Choir VSTi Demo version loaded (showing GUI).

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4.- Cakewalk SONAR X1/X2/X3 & Magnus Choir VSTi: Selecting Presets

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5.- Cakewalk SONAR X1/X2/X3 Preferences VST Settings

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6.- BitBridge Server Configuration: Cakewalk Sonar/X2/X3 Preferences VST Settings

Cakewalk SONAR X3 - Magnus Choir VSTi Plugin Software. BitBridge Server Configuration: Cakewalk Sonar Preferences VST Settings

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BitBridge (aka Teleport Server): Although Syntheway VST are x86 (32-bit) VST plugins, SONAR X1 features "x86 folder" and BitBridge enables the use of 32-bit VST in SONAR's 64-bit environment.

  1. Make sure that you have placed the Syntheway demo.dll into "x86 VST plugins folder" (32-bit). By keeping the 32Bit and 64Bit dlls separated, you maintain separate control over each group. In example:
    C:\Program Files\Cakewalk\VST Plugins(x86)
    or
    C:\Program Files(x86)\VST Bridged
     

  2. This "VST scan folder path" will have to be added in your Sonar X1.
     

  3. Go to -> "Preferences" menu -> "VST Settings" -> "VST Scan Folders". Make sure that you have both 64-bit "C:\Program Files\Cakewalk\vstplugins" and 32-bit "C:\Program Files\Cakewalk\VST Plugins (x86)" paths assigned.

  4. Assign a server to BitBridge Server Configuration ("Preferences" menu -> "VST Settings" box).

  5. It could be “Automatic” or change it to dedicated server* instead: SERVER 1, 2, 3 or 4. 

  6. By default, SONAR manages memory automatically, and will allocate and allow access to all available RAM dynamically as plug-ins are used. This is done by dynamically creating new BitBridge servers only when necessary, up to a maximum of the available RAM.

* Note: 32-bit VST effects and instruments are loaded into “servers”, and each server can address up to 4GB of RAM. BitBridge supports up to 32 independent plug-in servers, and each server can address up to 4GB of RAM, allowing access to a massive 128GB of RAM (the max supported by Vista Ultimate X64). This allows SONAR x64 to address all available RAM in your computer.

Related Topics: 

Magnus Choir in  SONAR X3    Configuration, Scan Options, Inserting Softsynth in SONAR

Setting Options In Individual VST Plug-ins  Presets in Cakewalk SONAR

SONAR BitBridge      BitBridge Server Configuration

Magnus Choir Output in SONAR       Global VST Settings on Cakewalk SONAR X1

Cakewalk SONAR Patch Change Event      Customized Presets And VST Audio Effect

 

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