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  Setting the Tempo
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Getting Started

  Introduction
0m:58s  
  Activation
3m:54s  
  Offline Activation
4m:16s  
  Audio Device Setup
5m:33s  
  Creating a Song
5m:42s  
  Basic Navigation
6m:29s  
  File Locations
4m:43s  
  Getting Help
1m:42s  

The Studio One User Interface

  UI Overview
6m:32s  
  The Control Bar
9m:48s  
  The Transport Bar
11m:07s  
  Arrange View
8m:29s  
  Track Inspector
9m:43s  
  Event Inspector
6m:56s  
  The Browser
7m:04s  

Working with Tracks

  Creating Tracks
3m:31s  
  Track Groups
4m:08s  
  Folder Tracks
5m:01s  
  Track List
5m:35s  

Essentials

  Get Undone
3m:35s  
  Using Markers
3m:32s  
  Setting the Tempo
2m:46s  
  Customizing the Keyboard
4m:35s  
  Using Audio Loops
15m:40s  

Recording Audio

  Audio Setup
7m:09s  
  Song Setup
4m:22s  
  Lets Record
7m:39s  
  FireStudio ZLM
3m:44s  
  Correcting Mistakes
5m:54s  
  Punch-In Recording
3m:32s  
  Loop Recording
6m:15s  
  Recording with Ampire
9m:17s  

Editing Audio

  Snap Settings
6m:39s  
  The Arrow Tool
11m:03s  
  The Mouse Tools
6m:51s  
  Comping
8m:45s  
  Intro to Audio Bending
10m:51s  
  Quantizing Audio
8m:00s  
  Editor View
4m:12s  
  Audio Parts
3m:03s  
  Intro to Melodyne
9m:35s  

Virtual Instruments and MIDI

  Setup a Controller
7m:29s  
  Recording Instrument Parts
7m:41s  
  Loop Recording Instruments
8m:00s  
  Converting VI Parts to Audio
1m:45s  
  Intro to PreSonus Instruments
11m:17s  
  The Music Editor
12m:05s  
  Quantizing Notes
5m:52s  

Mixing Down

  Console View Explained
9m:00s  
  Instrument Channels
5m:59s  
  Bus Channels
5m:56s  
  Insert FX
16m:03s  
  Event FX
9m:20s  
  Master FX
10m:20s  
  Track Transform
5m:26s  
  Using Automation
10m:41s  
  Mixing Down
7m:06s  

THE NEXT CHAPTER IN THE STUDIO ONE DAW SAGA

Bill Edstrom is back with an all new series dedicated to Version 2 of the Presonus powerhouse DAW, Studio One. If you're ready to learn Studio One 2 inside and out, look no further. This is the definitive guide to Presonus Studio One 2!

Bill goes through the newly updated Presonus Studio One 2 software inch by inch, covering all the needed basics such as activation, audio device setup, creating a song, navigation, user interface overviews and more. He then goes into deeper topics such as working with tracks, customizing the keyboard, recording and editing audio & MIDI, using plug-ins, virtual instruments, automation, mixing down and even exporting files for the internet and CD.

If you're looking to make Presonus Studio One 2 your go to DAW, choose the second to none training for it. Get Studio One 2 Explained today.

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Bill Edstrom

1. When did you start dabbling in music?

I started on trumpet at age 10, but got more passionate when I picked up bass and guitar in high school. During college, I had a band where I shared lead vocals and electric guitar duties. After that I was in a variety of bands usually on bass or behind the mixing board.

2. What training have you had?

I studied electrical engineering in college but mostly learned recording and music on my own. Recently, I completed the Master of Songwriting and Guitar program through Berklee Music.

3. When did you get into recording?

I have always been fascinated with tape recording since fifth grade. I started by recording demos by bouncing back and forth between two cassette decks. Later I moved on to portastudios, ADATS, pro studios, then to a DAW based project studio.

4. People you have worked with/for?

I work with songwriters world-wide as the founder and creator of LilacWriter.com - an online collaboration site for songwriters. In my career, I have done FOH, producing, songwriting, mixing, mastering, and voice over. Used to work regionally, but now requests can come from anywhere in the world.

I've written two books on audio production: "Studio One for Engineers & Producers" and "The Power in Cakewalk SONAR" both published by Hal Leonard Books.

Whenever possible, I work closely with the developers of the products I teach doing testing, bug reporting, and feature requests. I think this gives me a much deeper understanding of the products. I really enjoy seeing the products I work with improve.

5. Why are you so good at training people?

I have always been interested in making technology easier to use and understand. I think showing examples is essential when introducing a topic. I feel recording should be a fun and creative experience and I hope that comes across in my videos.

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