When it comes to choosing your DAW, there are plenty of options.
However, one Free DAW stands out from the crowd: Cakewalk by Bandlab.
Whether you’re looking to produce music, film audio, voiceovers, or podcasts, you should keep Cakewalk by Bandlab on the top of your list as one of your best options.
Tape-OP magazine recently wrote: ‘…it is the best ‘free’ DAW you’re likely to find’
So what’s the deal?
Can this software keep up with other popular, paid DAWs?
Absolutely – and for one simple reason:
Before Bandlab acquired it, this software was called ‘SONAR’. A hugely popular and full-fledged DAW, which people paid hundreds of dollars for.
Now, it’s offered as a free download, without taking away the DAW’s premium functionality!
With no strings attached, you’ll get an unlimited track-count, a high-quality 64-Bit audio engine, VST 3 support for 3rd party plugins, as well as a wide array of stock plugins, virtual instruments, warp editing capability, and more!
So what’s the catch? With the DAW itself, there is none.
However, even with an amazing DAW at your fingertips, you still need to know how to use it, in order to produce professional music.
In this course, professional engineer and 15-year Cakewalk power user, Robert McClellan, shows you how to get off on the right foot with Cakewalk by Bandlab and make it a digital workhorse, that allows you to pump out pro-grade audio projects on a daily basis.
- Understand how to perform the initial setup and installation
- Discover how to customize the DAW to your individual needs
- Learn how to mix and master audio to a professional standard
- Find out about little-known features that will significantly speed up your workflow
With 10 modules and 6 hours of detailed instruction, The Ultimate Cakewalk by Bandlab Course will teach you everything you ever need to know about creating music in this powerful, free DAW.
The training is separated into smaller, more manageable modules, to help you not feel overwhelmed and apply what you’ve learned along the way.
– And I promise you: it is worth it!
It will save you weeks, if not months, of painful trial and error and allow you to spend your time producing amazing audio projects instead.