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Old 1st October 2008 , 11:55 AM
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Info trickling in about some sort of Cakewalk Hardware to be announced at AES tomorrow...

"pleasingly large"... "amazing package for an unbelievable price"..."biggest announcement since the Cakewalk Roland announcement"..."if you are a Sonar user it's a must buy"


I guess we will find out more tomorrow

I'll update this thread with more info when available... If you are going to the AES show let us know if you see the new product
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Old 1st October 2008 , 01:09 PM
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Thanks for the headz up Monarch. It sounds very exciting!
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Old 1st October 2008 , 07:29 PM
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Thanks for the headz up Monarch. It sounds very exciting!
I'm really looking forward to tomorrow. I hope they announce this thing during the first day of the AES show and not the last. Cakewalk were going to announce some kind of Super Synth or similar at NAMM eariler this year but even after mentioning it in their Winter NAMM schedule, at the very last minute.... they pulled it. The Roland (increased) financial investment in Cakewalk Press announcement followed soon after that.

A definite link IMO.

Maybe, just maybe this is the same (Super Synth) product but with some kind of hardware combo. Maybe even a Cakewalk Roland Synth??!?!?

Anyway....enough speculation lets see what Cakewalk (by Roland) serve up tomorrow.
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[QUOTE=Monarch;10973]Info trickling in about some sort of Cakewalk Hardware to be announced at AES tomorrow...
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"pleasingly large"... "amazing package for an unbelievable price"..."biggest announcement since the Cakewalk Roland announcement"..."if you are a Sonar user it's a must buy"[/I]

I guess we will find out more tomorrow ;)

I'll update this thread with more info when available...:thumbsup: If you are going to the AES show let us know if you see the new product :D[/QUOTE]

[I]I so wish I could tell all.[/I]

I have seen some new things in the flesh recently and it is very, very exciting news for Sonar users....will post [URL="http://forums.dv247.com/pro-audio-product-news-updates/1468-new-studio-gear-aes-2008-a.html#post11097"]here[/URL] when we are allowed to!
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I so wish I could tell all.

I have seen some new things in the flesh recently and it is very, very exciting news for Sonar users....will post here when we are allowed to!
Thanks Jeremy...AES looks like a very exciting show this year.
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I so wish I could tell all.

I have seen some new things in the flesh recently and it is very, very exciting news for Sonar users....will post here when we are allowed to!
Oooohhhhh!!!!
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Looks like some sort of hardware synth?!?!? Come on Cakewalk spill the beans already.
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Looks like it could be some sort of Digital Recorder?

I have put off upgrading to Sonar 8 till this info is released.
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Looks like it could be some sort of Digital Recorder?

I have put off upgrading to Sonar 8 till this info is released.
Cakewalk have updated their blog so it looks like today could be the day. I think it is some sort of mixing desk. But the knobs make it come across as a MIDI audio interface, hardware synth, controller hybrid LOL!

We should see something today though....hopefully.
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Cakewalk have updated their blog so it looks like today could be the day. I think it is some sort of mixing desk. But the knobs make it come across as a MIDI audio interface, hardware synth, controller hybrid LOL!

We should see something today though....hopefully.
Just as well I don't bite my nails...I'd be down to the bone by now!
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Could this be a more affordable version of a M-400??
It could be usefull for a homestudio

Sonar 8 i will welcome you!

I have used Sonar sense the year 1999. I have produced to albums with sonar one in sonar 2/3 and one in sonar 4/5 now I started my next project in sonar 7.
For every upgrade, it seems better to use! I love it!!!

Some of it I have in mp3 format on internett if someone want to listen
My first recordings went through a simple Creative soundcard
my second is through my Motu 828MkII ( I think it give a amazing sound )

a little history there... a little out of topic.
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Could this be a more affordable version of a M-400??
It could be usefull for a homestudio

Sonar 8 i will welcome you!

I have used Sonar sense the year 1999. I have produced to albums with sonar one in sonar 2/3 and one in sonar 4/5 now I started my next project in sonar 7.
For every upgrade, it seems better to use! I love it!!!

Some of it I have in mp3 format on internett if someone want to listen
My first recordings went through a simple Creative soundcard
my second is through my Motu 828MkII ( I think it give a amazing sound )

a little history there... a little out of topic.
If you feel like posting links there fredster, I'm sure people will be happy to listen. We have a peer review forum if you are interested also in putting some stuff up for comment! http://forums.dv247.com/peer-review/
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And thar she blows..!!

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If you feel like posting links there fredster, I'm sure people will be happy to listen. We have a peer review forum if you are interested also in putting some stuff up for comment! http://forums.dv247.com/peer-review/

thanks for tips

I've posted some there know
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