Chapter 1 : The Chord Track
In this first video, learn the basics of the newly added Chord Track in Studio One Version 4.
See how to go about setting up the Chord Track in your song, including using the Chord Selector, and setting up each track to properly interact with the Global Chord Track.
Watch how to extract Chords from Audio Events residing in your Studio One Song. In addition, discover how to refine / edit the detected results in the Audio Editor, before sending them to the Chord Track.
In this video, see how to quickly & easily extract Chords from Instrument Parts and send them to the Chord track with a simple drag & drop workflow.
Dive a little deeper into how the Chord Track interacts with Audio Events, specifically with the Follow Chords & Tune Mode settings, and using the Chord Track to alter / transpose Audio Tracks.
Learn how to incorporate the Chord Track into your songs & breathe new life into your included Studio One content when working with Musicloops.
Chapter 2 : VI’s & Drum Editor
Take a detailed look at the newly updated Sample One XT Virtual Instrument included in Studio One Version 4. Learn all about the new features including the Record Tab, Envelopes, & the widely requested "Follow Tempo Mode".
In this video, look at the newly updated Impact XT Virtual Instrument included in Studio One Version 4. In addition, get a brief introduction to "Patterns" and some of the new Soundset Content available in Studio One Version 4.
Learn all about the updated Drum Editor Mode when working with Note Data triggering Drum / Percussion based virtual instruments.
Chapter 3 : The Pattern Editor
Explore the new Patterns in Studio One Version 4, and how they function and differ from regular instrument parts.
In this video, get a detailed look at working with Patterns, including everything you need to know with respect to working with them. Learn how to create, edit, and modify Patterns with ease.
Chapter 4 : Import Song Data
Discover the highly requested "Import Song Data" window. Learn how this powerful feature can be used to streamline your day to day workflow in Studio One Version 4.
In this video, see an alternate approach for importing Song Data. Learn how to access and import Song Data directly from the Studio One File browser.
Chapter 5 : AAF Import/Export
Watch and learn the basics of AAF's using a Pro Tools Session, then move on to importing an AAF of the same session into Studio One.
Learn how to quickly export an AAF of your Studio One Song, that can be opened by other DAW's / programs that support the AAF format.
In this video get a demonstration of a workflow that can be used to help increase AAF compatibility with respect to exchanging stereo files with other programs.
Chapter 6 : General Workflow Improvements
Learn all about the newly added Ripple Edit Mode, what it does, and some suggested use cases as to when to enable it.
In this video, explore the new Bar Offset option available in Studio One 4.
Take a look at the latest improvement between Studio One & Notion. Learn how to quickly and easily create properly formatted Lead Sheets in Notion directly from Studio One.
In this video, discover and understand the new external plug-in scanner added in Studio One Version 4.
Learn how to add a Key Signature to your Studio One Song. In addition to helping with Chord detection, Key Signatures also benefit Notion integration as well.
Chapter 7 : Visual Updates & Enhancements
Take a look at some of the visual updates that were added in the Console of Studio One Version 4.
In this video, explore the new color themes added in Version 4. Learn how to enable and customize "lighter" color themes for improved visibility in certain situations.
Explore another highly requested feature, Track/Channel Notes and learn how to enable visibility for Notes, and on Tracks and Channels. In addition, learn some additional ways to edit Notes in your Studio One Song.
Presonus master Marcus Huyskens brings you in-depth coverage of the new advanced features found in the new Studio One version 4 update! Watch, learn and hear what the latest goodies from Presonus can do for you and your creative process.
Marcus welcomes you and then hits the floor running with complete coverage of the powerful new Chord Track feature in Studio One v4. See what this amazing new feature can do for you when producing tracks in S1.
Then it’s on to the newly updated Sample One XT and Impact XT virtual instruments and their added features, which allow for even more creative workflows. The new view mode added to the Drum Editor is also gone over in detail, making for better virtual drum instrument programming.
You’ll then get in-depth overviews and actual workflow videos covering the new Patterns in Studio One Version 4, and how they function and differ from regular instrument parts. A detailed look at working with Patterns is then given, including how to create, edit, and modify Patterns with ease.
Marcus now reveals the new AAF Import and Export options and a ton of videos covering the new general workflow improvements made to Studio One version 4, including Ripple Edit Mode, Relative Bar Offsets, Notion Integration, External Plug-In Scanner, Key Signatures, the Console GUI update, Lighter Themes and much, much more.
See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you’re ready to see what’s new in Studio One 4 as well as understand its more advanced features and functions, this is the series to watch… Get “Studio One 4 Advanced” today.
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