Sonar For The Mac

SONAR Platinum with Lifetime Updates. From June 1 through August 31 2016, purchasing or upgrading to SONAR Platinum will give the buyer free, lifetime updates of any future core features, enhancements, and fixes.Customers who purchase SONAR Platinum with Lifetime Updates will never again need to pay for another renewal of the Rolling Updates plan. Sonar (sound navigation ranging) is a technique that uses sound propagation (usually underwater, as in submarine navigation) to navigate, communicate with or detect objects on or under the surface of the water, such as other vessels. Two types of technology share the name 'sonar': passive sonar is essentially listening for the sound made by vessels; active sonar is emitting pulses of sounds. There's yet to be any public announcement regarding a Mac version, but Windows users can download Cakewalk by BandLab now, for free. All you need to do is sign up for a free BandLab account. If you're a current Sonar user and want more info on how this will affect you, read the latest Cakewalk forum post from BandLab Technologies CEO, here. The SONAR Mac prototype was discontinued, but was working, albeit in a limited capacity when compared to the standard Windows version. It was working well in and of itself at the time we were experimenting with it, however it lacks the ability to work with external AU/VST plugins. The Sonar billing engine is one of our best-loved features. The flexible software offers support for multi-month billing, automatic proration, geographical taxation, and more. All the power you need, backed by proper accounting practices. To make life even easier, Sonar integrates with numerous external services.

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On 4/6/2017 11:51 AM, Glennbo wrote:
> Drumroll... Just look at it! Lifetime Updates, Commitment!!!
> Cake pumped this up when they were selling lifetime updates, and
> projected a Fall 2016 release date for the Alpha of the Mac version of
> Sonar. Well, Fall 2016 came and went, Winter 2016 came and went, Spring
> 2017 came and all the sticky posts about the Alpha Mac version were taken
> down from the web forum. Then multiple rant threads about Mac version
> never showing up and all info about it being pulled everywhere from
> Cake's website happened.
> Then Cake says there will be an official announcement in April . . .
> Here's my take on all this:
> I think some programmer at Cake (someone like Noel) tried compiling the
> Windows C++ source code for Sonar on a Mac, and a lot of it worked. Then
> with some minor tweaks to disable calls to things that didn't work, an
> Alpha version that could play audio with native audio plugins happened.
> Then the marketing team steps in and says, 'we can make even more sales
> if we tell them there's a Mac version on the horizon'. Then more looking
> into the enormous task of making all the other stuff work in the Alpha
> version happens, and it becomes obvious that the resources just aren't
> there to get this off the ground, but rather than say right then and
> there, that it ain't gonna happen, delays occur, followed by more delays.
> I could be totally wrong, but my prediction is that when an official
> announcement is finally made, it will be something like there wasn't
> enough interest in a Mac version, and the project has been sidelined.
> They've got plenty of other stuff to work on with the Windows version.

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