Vienna Ensemble Pro Tutorial

Expanding Your Studio with Vienna Ensemble Pro

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    Introduction

    In this video, Gary describes How VEPro can be used as a tool to expand your studio, when you start running out of resources on your main machine.

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    Song Play-Through

    Gary gives a play-through of the song that will be used as a demo in this series, plus he shows how much resources it is using.

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    Create Single Instances in VEPro Server

    This video shows how to create a single instance in VEPro and connect to it from your DAW.

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    Multi Instrument Instances & the Benefits

    Gary teaches you how to build up a Multi Instrument in an Instance with instruments on different MIDI Ports and channels, plus the benefits of using it this way.

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    Mixing Single & Multitimbral Instrument Instances

    This video shows you how you can mix up single and multitimbral instances in one project for incredible flexibility.

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    Connect to Cubase

    Gary explains how to Connect Cubase to your VEPro Project.

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    Connect to Studio One

    See how to Connect Studio One to your VEPro Project.

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    Connect to Digital Performer

    This video shows you how to Connect Digital Performer to your VEPro Project.

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    Connect to Logic Pro X

    Learn how to Connect Logic Pro X to your VEPro Project.

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    Hardware Considerations

    Gary now talks about the hardware items you need to consider for a VEPro setup between multiple computers on a network.

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    Slave Server Machine Network Configuration

    Watch how to set up a slave machine running the VEPro Server that you built up on your main machine.

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    Using Remote Desktop Protocol with an External Machine

    This video shows you how to use the Remote Desktop Protocol to connect and display your remote machine on your local main machine.

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    Connecting to a VEPro Server on a Slave Machine

    Discover how to connect to your slave VEPro Project through the network.

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    Using Multiple VEPro Servers

    This video shows you how you can connect to multiple VEPro Servers across your network from your main master machine.

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    Setting Up Multi-Output Instruments

    Here you'll how to build up Multi-Output instruments if you want more control over the individual instruments within your DAW.

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    Preserving & Decoupling

    This video goes over the difference between preserved and coupled instances, and how decoupled instances can help speed up your project save and load times.

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    Disabling Instruments & Instances with Automation

    Learn how you can use the Automation Mapping in VEPro to disable and enable instruments and instances from within your DAW through automation editing.

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    The Levels of Volume Adjustment

    When working between VEPro and your DAW there are multiple volume points. Gary gives you some suggestions here on how to manage your instrument volume adjustments between the applications.

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    Multiple DAWs Accessing One VEPro Project

    Gary now shows you how you can have one instance and use multiple DAW's accessing this one VEPro Server Project. Plus, see how you can easily switch between DAWs by having them connected to a VEPro Server project.

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    Play-Through of Before & After

    Finally we finish off the series by showing you the difference between the song before and after moving the instruments across to a remote slave machine. We take a look at the performance meters between both projects and compare the difference.

Product Overview


Gary Hiebner delivers a detailed collection of Vienna Ensemble Pro video tutorials! See how to configure and use Vienna Ensemble Pro as a tool to expand your studio, when you start running out of resources on your main machine and or want more soundware options. This series is great for those new to using Vienna Ensemble Pro as a network machine and those who want to go deeper into VEPro.

Gary starts off describing ways to utilize Vienna Ensemble Pro in your studio, then gives a play-through of the song that will be used as performance gauge throughout the videos. Next, you'll learn all about Single and Multi Instrument Instances, mixing them and connecting to your DAW, plus important hardware considerations for setting VEPro between multiple computers on a network.

Moving on, you'll learn all about Slave Server Machine Network Configurations, ways to use the Remote Desktop Protocol with an External Machine, how to connect to a VEPro Server on a Slave Machine, using Multiple VEPro servers, setting up Multi-Output Instruments, the difference between Preserved and Coupled Instances, disabling Instruments & Instances via Automation, and much, much more!

To see what these in-depth Vienna Ensemble Pro tutorials show you, and how they'll enable you to use VEPro as a processing powerhouse in your studio see the individual Vienna Ensemble Pro video tutorial descriptions on this page. If you want to see what Vienna Ensemble Pro can do for your studio and productions, this is the one to watch... checkout “Expanding Your Studio with Vienna Ensemble Pro" today!


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Expanding Your Studio with Vienna Ensemble Pro is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 6 .
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Very clear and practical intro to VEP Covers well the basics and a selection of some more advanced topics. Nice to see multiple DAWs taken into account, especially for the connection/setup. Down-to-earth concrete examples with explanation. Nice!
Date published: 2020-11-16
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from A CRUCIAL COURSE ABOUT VEPro 7. I call this one the most important plug in EVER created. Vienna opened up their proprietary system to expand our DAW system so there is never latency! This is a CLEAR easy to DIY most valuable class. I watch this multiple times. implement EVERYTHING. Teacher is clear thinking interesting in all his classes on Groove3 . I am looking for every class he publishes. Great Job!
Date published: 2020-04-13
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Great tutorial! Up to date training on Version 7, nice tips and tricks along the way!
Date published: 2020-02-19
Rated 4.0 out of 5 by from Very good USING VEPRO example! Fantastic approach!
Date published: 2019-11-26
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from VEP7 and Remote Desktop to PC from MAC Gary, I use Mac Pro to Windows 7 server running VEP7. Remote Desktop causes the PC freeze (this was not an issue using VEP5). VSL has had this problem reported and their response is they cannot fix the problem. I notice you are using Windows 10 in your video. So is it true under windows 10 this is no longer an issue? Good video. I enjoy your other videos too!
Date published: 2019-11-02
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Perfectly designed and realised - and Complete ! It is for the last version (v7) of VE Pro, and follow a great sequence, very logical and also (very important) considering the different main DAWs on the market.
Date published: 2019-10-09
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