I would highly recommend getting yourself a second screen. I know that Cakewalk want you to think that using the screen as is is more handy but they give you different "screen sets". I like to keep my mixer view on it's own…"
"On the left you should see a browser. You can drag and drop loops into "cells". On the bottom right hand corner of the cell you will see a circle with an arrow. This is loop mode. If you click it, you will see an arrow pointing right. This…"
Drum loops are audio files. You should be able to drag and drop them into your project by simply creating a new stereo audio track and using the file browser built into Sonar to drag and drop loops into your project. If you need loops,…"
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Each partial capo has both familiar and new chord formations that work quite will. Each capo has it's own unique chord voicings. If you use a barr chord it will sound just like what you are barring. However, if you use regular chords and other varied formations you get some amazingly beautiful sounds.
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and check out the teaching videos. Good luck and let me know if you need more info.