While Folder Tracks are a great way to visually organize, edit and route multiple tracks - especially in large sessions, Groups can be useful to group multiple tracks together so that any edits done to an Event on one track in the group are automatically done to all Events for each
David Mood demonstrates some new workflow improvements in Studio One 3.2.
Working in the creative sectors or more specifically, the audio industry definitely has its Pro's and Con's. On the bright side, I'd rather be doing this than anything else. Being able to work with talented artists or on amazing projects is something I would not trade for anything in the world career wise. Simply put, its my dream job. Conversely, sitting in a chair for 8-12 hours per day 5-7 days a work can really do a number one's ability to be active, and/or maintain healthy relationships & eating habits.
Studio One has excellent tools for recording and music production. Those who are new to Studio One will find everything they need to get in and make killer tracks. In this tutorial, David Mood shows us how to get started making music for the first time.
Let’s have a look at how you can start a new Song in Studio One, and what you’ll need to look out for.
In this quick tip article, David Mood shows how you can enter note names and short forms into Studio One plug-ins for quick entry of values.
In this free video tutorial guest contributor, and friend of the Blog Don Baarns demonstrates the power of using the Info View when working in Studio One. The Info View is filled with useful tips that can help streamline the learning process for those moving over to Studio One, as well as seasoned veterans who may have been missing out on features they weren't aware of.
We have a tendency to overlook the little things in the heat of recording, producing and mixing. Sometimes, the smallest tool can be of the most help. Such is the case with the Mute Tool in Studio One. It’s a simple tool that can be found in most DAW’s, but it’s usefulness should not be underestimated.
Modern electronic music often relies heavily on loops to structure. Many times the drums are built from loops, basses are loops, even keyboard parts and vocals can be comprised of loops. But what about traditional music like rock, acoustic, country, folk and the like?
David Mood explains the difference between the Activate and Bypass buttons, and how you can benefit of knowing when to use the one or the other.
An overview of the new features and changes in the latest 3.1 update for PreSonus Studio One.
Keyboard Shortcuts play an essential role in Studio One. Although you can do everything with mouse/ trackpad/ trackball, Keyboard Shortcuts can speed up your workflow dramatically. The perfect workflow is probably the combination of both.
Getting around a song in the old days meant writing down the minutes/seconds counter times from the tape machine at those certain points in the song to which you needed ‘quick’ access. And quick access meant the time it took to fast forward or rewind to that particular counter point.
An Instrument Track is different from the Audio Tracks we saw a while ago. Instrument tracks are used to record virtual instrument performances.
There are so many features in Studio One that it’s sometimes difficult to remember them all. It’s also easy to use one so often that you forget how to do it when you actually think about it. Your fingers just naturally go there.
When I started mixing, I did what I had read and had assumed was the “correct” thing to do. I started with my drum tracks. I always mixed my drums so that they sounded great first (to my mind, anyway), then I would move to the bass, guitars, keys and then vocals last. Guess what I found?
This isn't specific to Studio One – nor is it very expert-y (one could argue it's quite the opposite), but we all have to start somewhere with making music.
n this free video tutorial, Matt shows you how to take snares and make them super snappy and get them to punch through a mix in PreSonus Studio One 3.
Get a diagram of the signal flow in Studio One 3 here.
Read here how you can install and update the new Reference Manual for Studio One 3.
David demonstrates how you can get folders in the Console in Studio One 3.