Roland R-Mix SONAR Edition vX2a | 14.5 MB
R-MIX SONAR Edition allows you to visually manipulate an audio mix. Powered by Roland’s V-Remastering technology, R-MIX SONAR Edition lets you see the components of a stereo mix as color-coded clouds of energy and harmonic matter as the song plays. Visualizing the sound allows you to use not only your ears but also your eyes to understand the layout and placement of the instruments. You can select any components of the mix, and freely edit them. By moving and adjusting the frame provided by R-MIX SONAR Edition, you can mute or extract specific regions of the visualized sound, in this way altering the volume balance in very precise ways. You can change panning positions and levels to individual instruments within a stereo mix, for example, and add effects to each element as desired.
• VST plug-in that can be inserted on a track, clip, and bus FX bin.
• Simple interface with only one intuitive screen to navigate.
• Controls are designed according to natural workflow so you can work effortlessly.
• View the elements of a stereo mix as color-coded clouds of energy and frequency matter onscreen.
• Freely select, manipulate and automate any element within a stereo mix.
• High-quality sound.
What can you do with R-MIX SONAR Edition?
The following are some ideas for how you can use R-MIX SONAR Edition:
• Create “minus-one” type karaoke files from existing songs by lowering the level of a pre-recorded vocal or any other instrument you select within a mix.
• Remove a vocal from an already-mixed song and re-record an alternate vocal.
• Create your own remixes and mash-ups by using two pairs of stereo tracks within R-MIX SONAR Edition.
• Automate the level and panning of individual instruments in a stereo mix.
• Transcribe and learn parts by isolating any desired instrument within a mix.
• Solo an individual part and analyze it for study; slow down a fast guitar solo, for example, and learn how to play it.
• Mute or extract specific regions of the visualized sound.
• Add effects only to any specific part of a mix, such as vocals.
• Clean up old recordings and master stereo mixes by adjusting individual instrument levels and applying noise reduction and effects.
Using the knobs and faders
All knobs and faders are operated with vertical mouse movement. Hold down the left mouse button and drag up/down. Under normal operation, knobs and faders move in increments of 0.10 dB or 0.10%. To make fine adjustments (0.01 dB or 0.01%), hold down the SHIFT key while moving a knob or fader. To reset a knob or fader to its default position, double-click the knob or fader. You can also use a mouse wheel and keyboard shortcuts to adjust the selected knob or fader.