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Benjamin Hudson

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I been dedicated to Sonar for over 13 years and I love the progress so here are  a few suggestion that I think would take us over the top. 

  • Plugin Browser 
  1. It would be perfect to Drag and Drop plug-ins in the within the browser
  • MIDI Controller 
  1. This may be far fetched but if we could create a customizable MIDI Map plugin to help Sonar communicate better with various MIDI Controllers
  • Live Plugin Module
  1. Create a live module to host VST plugins to be used in a Live Setting and be seamlessly auditioned and even recorded with no latency or artifacts

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There are midi filters, but not mappers.

You can already drag and drop plugins from the browser to channels. Ctrl drag between channels to duplicate with settings.

Edited by Gswitz

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On 10/10/2019 at 12:52 AM, Benjamin Hudson said:

Create a live module to host VST plugins to be used in a Live Setting and be seamlessly auditioned and even recorded with no latency or artifacts

This is called hardware.

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Cakewalk will work for live use, but it's mainly focussed on playlists rather than as a synth rack.

You might want to take a look at Cantable if you want something for a live rig: https://www.cantabilesoftware.com/

I'd have previously recommended Brainspawn Forte, but unfortunately they've closed shop :(

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On 10/9/2019 at 10:52 PM, Benjamin Hudson said:
  1. Create a live module to host VST plugins to be used in a Live Setting and be seamlessly auditioned and even recorded with no latency or artifacts

I don't really get this. Is it just that you want a sort of 'minihost' version of CbB that just hosts VSTis with recording capability, and nothing else? Or is there something here that CbB actually can't do with reasonable simplicity?

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On 10/12/2019 at 12:36 AM, Gswitz said:

You can already drag and drop plugins from the browser to channels. Ctrl drag between channels to duplicate with settings.

Or maybe @Benjamin Hudson meant drag & drop of plugins between categories? That would be "within the browser", as he expressed it... :)

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4 hours ago, GreenLight said:

Or maybe @Benjamin Hudson meant drag & drop of plugins between categories? That would be "within the browser", as he expressed it... :)

Thanks! I misread it. No idea about that.

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