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RecordingCreating a new project ► Creating a new project file

When you create a new project you are asked to choose a template to use for your new file. If you have per-project audio folders enabled (for more information, see Using per-project audio folders), you are also asked to specify a file name, the folder where you want to store the file, and the folder where you want to store the file’s audio. You can override per-project audio by unchecking the Store Project Audio in its Own Folder option.
SONAR includes a set of templates you can use to create a new project. These templates include common types of ensembles, such as rock quartets, jazz trios, and classical full orchestras. When you create a new project using one of these templates, SONAR creates a project that has MIDI settings predefined so that one track is set up for each of the instruments in the ensemble. SONAR also includes a template with two MIDI and two audio tracks (called the Normal template). If you are creating a new project that will contain only audio material, use the Audio Only template. If you are creating a new project that will contain only MIDI material, use the MIDI Only template.
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Choose File > New to display the New Project File dialog box.
Figure 60. The New Project File dialog
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If you have the per-project audio folders option enabled, enter a file name, set the folder where you want to store the new file, and set the folder where you want to store the new file’s audio.
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