Congratulations to Cakewalk Artist and SONAR User Javier Colon for Winning NBC’s “The Voice”

Since April 26th we have been covering NBC’s new television hit “The Voice” and we are proud, and incredibly happy to congratulate Cakewalk Endorsee Javier Colon for winning the inaugural season.  It was a long close ride, but in the end it was Javier’s gifted talents along with his first-class demeanor that drove America’s votes. 

“You are the real deal. Competition or no, you have one of the best voices I’ve ever heard, ever!” stated Javier’s “show-coach” Adam Levine who is the lead singer for the Octone/A&M band Maroon 5.  This comment resonated through music fans around the world, but more importantly, it accurately described the fact that regardless of a win, Javier is on a level that deserves success and exposure.  It will be interesting to see where his career takes him after this, but it is certain that you will be hearing new music from Javier in the near future along with a tour. 

We will continue to work with Javier and have some great exclusive content soon, but for now, all we want to do is offer a sincere congratulations to him, his family and his manager for not only a win, but for bringing some good old fashioned credibility and authenticity into this new-age platform of the “music industry.”  

“I am at an exciting place in my career and have been blessed with an enormous amount of exposure as of late.  My EP which is self produced and mixed in SONAR has really spiked since my participation on ‘The Voice’ and is now # 130 on ITunes top 200 Albums.  With everyone’s help I think we can break the top 100.  I’ve been using SONAR and Cakewalk software for over 10 years and I love it.  I went from using the program in college just to get my musical ideas down, to recording my latest CD, ‘The Truth-Acoustic EP’, using SONAR entirely; it has everything I need to make amazing recordings from my project studio.  Thanks to Cakewalk for all your support and I firmly believe ‘What’s Meant to Be Is Meant to Be.”  ~Javier Colon