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Studio One 5 Explained®

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Chapter 1 : Core Work Flow

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    Welcome to Studio One

    See how to set your audio interface and start a new song from the Studio One Start Page.

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    Audio Interface I/O Setup

    Learn about Studio One's layer of software I/O channels, and how to create and name inputs and outputs that correspond with the inputs and outputs on your audio hardware.

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    MIDI Device Setup

    See how to setup your external MIDI keyboard controllers, instruments, and control surfaces in Studio One 5.

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    Main Workspace Overview

    Take a first look around the main areas of the Studio One workspace and learn how to access the various tabs and panels.

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    Instrument Track Basics

    Explore various ways of creating and managing Instrument tracks, loading presets, and more.

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    Audio Track Basics

    See how to create and configure audio tracks and how to set their tempo modes.

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    Metronome & Count In Setup

    Learn how to customize the metronome sound, choose between pre-count or pre-roll, and more.

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    Basic Transport Commands

    Learn the keyboard shortcuts for the most frequently needed navigation and playback functions.

Chapter 2 : Basic Recording

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    Simple Audio Recording

    Learn how to record enable audio tracks and work with software monitoring and low latency mode.

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    Recording to Layers

    See how to use Layers to record multiple passes on the same audio track.

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    Auto Punch Recording

    Discover how to re-record a portion of your recorded audio file at a pre-defined in and out point in the timeline.

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    Audio Loop Recording

    See how to record multiple passes over the same area in timeline and have each take automatically assigned to a new layer.

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    Instrument Replace Recording

    See how Replace mode is used to have new material recorded to a new event when recording over an existing instrument part.

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    Instrument Overdub Recording

    Explore overdub recording, and the Record Takes vs Record Mix options when recording over a looped region.

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    Note Repeat

    Learn all about the note repeat functions, as well as note erase and loop undos.

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    Step Record

    Discover how to enter notes or chords from your keyboard in non real-time while the transport is stopped.

Chapter 3 : Basic Editing

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    Editing Basics

    Learn how to access the main editing functions, how the snap to grid settings work, and how to zoom the display horizontally and vertically.

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    The Arrow Tool

    Discover several useful editing functions easily accomplished in the different click zones using the Arrow Tool.

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    Selection & Splitting Techniques

    Explore various ways of making event based and range based selections and cuts using the Arrow and Range Tools, as well as a few useful key commands.

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    Other Tools

    A brief roundup of the remaining tools and some of their unique functions.

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    The Quantize Panel

    See how the timebase settings and quantize panel are used to determine where notes, events, or transients land on the timeline.

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    Tune, Transpose, Nudge, Merge, Duplicate, & Strip

    Learn how to tune, transpose, nudge, merge, and duplicate Events, as well as how to remove silence from Audio Events.

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    Useful Navigation Functions

    Explore some of the alternate transport options, and techniques for efficient playback when editing.

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    Basic Comping

    Learn how to work with multiple layers on a single track, and create a new composite layer comprised of the best bits from each of them.

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    Transient Detection & Bend Panel

    Explore how Bend Markers are used to stretch or compress audio to conform to transients and grid divisions.

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    Slip Editing

    Discover this simple and elegant workflow and how it is when the timing of just a few notes of an otherwise good performance need correcting.

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    Groove Extraction

    See how this feature is used to capture the timing and velocity settings from either and audio or instrument part, and apply it to another.

Chapter 4 : Working in the Editors

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    The Audio Editor

    Take an initial look at the edit window and its main functions.

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    The Music Editor - Piano View

    Explore the main note creation and editing functions using the Arrow, Split, and Paint Tools.

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    Piano View Editing

    Learn how to scale velocities of selected notes using the Transform Tool, transpose, quantize, humanize, and mute selected notes, and edit their properties numerically in the Music Editor Inspector.

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    The Drum Editor

    Explore the Drum editor functions, along with some useful Action Menu MIDI processing functions.

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    Score View

    Welcome to the new Studio One 5 Score View, where musical data is displayed and edited as musical notation.

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    Working in Score View

    Explore the available expression symbols and other Score Window features; and see how to work with the new side-by-side editors feature in Studio One 5.

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    Key Switch Editing

    Discover the new key switch lane that has been added to the Musical Editor in Studio One 5 to view and edit key switches in context.

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    Getting Started with Patterns

    Learn about Studio One?s step sequencer, and how to get up and running with the basics quickly.

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    Pattern Step Record & Real-Time Record

    Discover two alternate ways of entering notes in patterns using the step record function.

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    Patterns, Patterns, & More Patterns

    Explore workflows for creating pattern variations, and saving/loading patterns for use in other songs.

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    Drum Mode Pattern Editing

    See how the Pattern Editor Drum mode is used to work with an Impact XT kit, and how velocity, repeats, and probability are modified on a per step basis.

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    Other Useful Zoom Commands

    Review the basics, and learn some new useful zoom commands to use while editing.

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    Introduction to Macros

    Discover how this special control panel gives you easy access to often used functions, and custom command combinations.

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    Customizing the Macro Toolbar

    Explore the various ways of editing and creating buttons, menus, actions, and macros.

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    Audio Loops & Music Loops

    Learn about the two proprietary file formats used by Studio One.

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    The Browser Pt. 1

    Dive a bit deeper into the Browsers search and organizational functions.

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    The Browser Pt. 2

    Here we continue by exploring the Loops, Files, Cloud, Shop, and Pool Tabs.

Chapter 5 : Arranging Tools & Workflows

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    Duplicating Events & Tracks

    Look at some simple ways of duplicating events and tracks either separately or together in Studio One.

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    Tempo & Time Signature Changes

    Learn how to create tempo changes and time signature changes in your song's timeline.

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    The Arranger Track & Marker Track

    Discover how the Arranger Track is used as an arrangement tool that lets you work with portions of your entire Song as though they were individual Events, and rearrange them quickly and easily. And see how the new Marker Track in Studio One 5 is used to quickly navigate the timeline.

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    The Scratch Pad

    See how Scratch Pads act as quick storage to hold Events, Parts, and entire Song sections for later use or re-use, reducing clutter in the Arrange view as you assemble your Song.

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    Getting Started with the Chord Track

    Explore this tool that provides the ability to perform "harmonic editing" of both Instrument and Audio Parts.

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    Arrange View Clean Up

    Explore ways fo cleaning up edits using the Bounce Selection, Bounce To New Track, Merge, & Mixdown Selection functions.

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    Edit Groups & Track Lists

    Learn how to work with Edit Groups, and to use the Track List to move, and show/hide various combinations of tracks.

Chapter 6 : Mixing Your Music

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    Getting Started with Console View

    Get to know the layout of Console View, the different track types, and where things are laid out.

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    Working with Insert Effects

    Learn how to work with insert effects and device racks.

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    Event Effects

    See how these are used to process individual Audio Events, as an alternative to channel based insert effects which effect the entire track.

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    Track Transform

    Explore an alternate way of rendering insert effects and automation on either Audio or Instrument tracks.

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    Sends & FX Channels

    See how Sends and FX channels are set up and used to route audio form one channel to another.

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    Working with Bus Channels

    Follow along as a bus track is created and set up as a subgroup for the drums and percussion.

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    Cue Mix Setup

    Learn how to set up and customize unique headphone mixes, including send FX; and also how to print with effects while recording.

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    Working with Scenes

    Mixer Scenes have been expanded into full mixer snapshots in Studio One 5. You are now able to capture full mixer snapshots at any given time and recall snapshots in a variety of different ways.

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    The Listen Bus

    A New Listen Bus, with independent routing, is now available as an alternative to monitoring solo signals through the main output channel. It is also useful for routing within Studio One when using speaker calibration software.

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    Aux Channel & External Instruments

    Explore the new Aux Channel in Studio One 5, and see how to set it up in conjunction with an external device in order to route external hardware synths into the Studio One signal flow.

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    Clip Gain Envelopes

    See how this new Studio One 5 feature is used as an additional layer of gain control for audio clips applied directly on the audio event.

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    Getting Started with Automation

    Learn how to use track automation to automate any parameter related to an audio or instrument track. And hear the newly enhanced State Space Modeling Drive Stage added to the Analog delay effect (as well as many others) in the Studio One 5 update.

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    Drawing & Editing Automation

    Explore ways of creating and editing automation envelopes using the different tools in the Arrange View.

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    Automation Tracks & Real Time Automation

    See how automation tracks are used to automate parameters on FX and Output tracks, and how touch and latch modes are used to capture real time fader movement.

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    Instrument Part Automation

    Discover how part automation is integrated into Instrument Parts. With the new Studio One 5 Select Part Automation With Notes feature, no matter where an instrument part is moved, or how it is edited, the automation stays in place.

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    Exporting Stems

    See how Studio One's fantastic export features allow you to export individual tacks and channels with insert and send effects included.

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    Final Mix Down

    Hear a final play-through of the short arrangement built up throughout this series, and learn how to bounce down a final mix.

Chapter 7 : The Show Page

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    Studio One 5 Show Page

    Take a first look around the new Show Page in Studio One 5, which introduces a powerful, fully-integrated live performance environment that's capable of running complete shows from a single computer.

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    Working with Setlists

    Discover everything there is to know about creating and managing setlists within the new Show Pages.

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    Meet the Players

    Learn about Players and Patches; see how they interact with setlist items, and more.

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    Players, Patches, Songs & Shows

    Watch how players and patches work together, and see how to move elements of a song into a show.

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    Arranger Track & Shows

    See how the Arranger and Chord are moved across when sending a song to a show, and see how to set the sync and playback modes of the Arranger Track sections within a Show.

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    Controls View

    See how the macro controls are set up to map parameters of any Player, instrument, plug-in, or mixer channel for real time adjustments.

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    Performance Mode

    Explore this full screen view of the Show page, designed with big easy to read controls that are optimized for visibility on dark stages.

Chapter 8 : Studio One 5.x Update

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    Retrospective Recording

    Learn how to capture MIDI performances, including CC messages, as well as on screen knob movements, either when the transport is stopped or in Play Mode.

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    Track & Channel Filters

    Watch how to navigate big sessions by using filters in either the Mixer or the Track List, to easily display subsets of tracks in the full session.

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    Other Enhancements

    Discover various workflow enhancements including the ability to bypass Clip Gain, view multiple Time Rulers simultaneously, and copy Send Chains.

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    Notation Enhancements

    See how the notation in Studio One has been enhanced to included two new page views, a print option, as well as track and layout tabs to customize transpositions, and other page display options.

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    Introduction To Advanced Score Features

    Learn about the new guitar tablature, drum notation, and multi voice assignments added in the Studio One 5.2 update.

Product Overview

DAW guru Eli Krantzberg brings you the largest collection of comprehensive Studio One 5 video tutorials! Studio One 5 Explained® covers both the basics and more advanced additions to version 5, showing you exactly what you need to know to use them effectively, when creating your productions. With over 6 hours of Studio One 5 lessons, you'll learn to master Studio One 5 and then go beyond. These videos are designed for both new and experienced Studio One users.

Eli starts at the beginning with basic system setup info, how to create your first S1 project, overviews of all the different track types, GUI layout, and the metronome and transport features. You'll then see how to record and edit audio and MIDI, as well as discover all the different edit tools and editor windows and how to use them.

Next, you'll explore the new Audio Loops and Music Loops functionalities, discover the powerful arranging tools, and get helpful Studio One workflows. Then watch how to mix your music with Studio One's awesome Console View, Event Effects, and Bus Channels. You'll even see how to set up and customize unique headphone mixes, and use Aux Channels for plugging in external instruments.

Moving on, Eli reveals the new Show Page which introduces a powerful, fully-integrated live performance environment, that’s capable of running complete shows from a single computer, including how to work with Setlists, Players, and Patches. Then get ready to experience all Studio One 5's killer automation features, that give you precise control over your mixes, and much, much more.

To see what these in-depth Studio One 5 video tutorials show you, and how they'll get you going fast with both Studio One 5's basic and more advanced features, see the individual Studio One tutorial descriptions on this page. See why many are making Studio One "the one" for their DAW needs... Watch "Studio One 5 Explained®" today.

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Studio One 5 Explained® is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 48 .
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Great Video! This one video has taken me from Noob to Recording in one Tutorial!
Date published: 2021-09-03
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from This is the best! Best Studio One tutorial ever! Eli explained each tool in a production context, and taught lots of keyboard shortcuts which are helpful for faster workflow.. Thank you very much!
Date published: 2021-08-22
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Excellent information for Studio One! Each subject is very well explained and organized in a way that is easy find and refer back to if needed. Thank you!
Date published: 2021-08-16
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very Very Very helpful absolutely love what you are doing
Date published: 2021-08-12
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Impressed! I already knew a lot about Studio One and was skeptical about watching more tutorials. Especially ones I had to pay for. Let's be honest, we all have become graduates of YouTube University. Why would I explore other options? After a few days of usage I have to say, this tutorial is perfectly organized. Each videos explanation of Studio One's workflow, usability, and real life applications not only makes learning easy but retainable. The video descriptions are perfect. You do not waste time scrolling through trying to find what you're looking for. Complements to the creator of this tutorial. This is money and time well spent.
Date published: 2021-06-14
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Great content, but somewhat hard to follow This an excellent tutorial from a great teacher. However, the information sometimes is truncated and I found it hard to follow if you don't have a considerable amount of previous knowledge about music technology. Unfortunately, the presentation of this material requires more than just a screencast type of tutorial; the show page, for instance, needs some footage of real performance in order to be fully grasped (maybe a full course in itself?). Indications from the teacher about the supporting materials available in connection with each lesson/subject would be helpful. More on integration with Notion and on sound variations would also be welcome. In any case, still a five star; highly recommend.
Date published: 2021-05-22
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Very Indepth The tutorials are bit size, and easy to digest. However, he sometimes speaks very quickly through his explanations. It's a good thing we can pause and rewind.
Date published: 2021-05-17
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Excellent Very detailed and well explained
Date published: 2021-05-13
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Huge help for me Using this really improved my workflow
Date published: 2021-05-07
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from This is very helpful for me and I have been surprised of the the ease to get in to Studio One 5. Thanks for a fantastic teaching this course in a good pedagogical way.
Date published: 2021-05-04
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by from Good but too long This is part tutorial and part watch me try to fix my song. Many parts are way too long without actually teaching anything new, just trying things out , where we have to watch. Systematically going through the menues is ok but a more practical workflow could be more helpful
Date published: 2021-04-23
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Informative Excellent detail
Date published: 2021-04-21
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Clear and precise! Explanations are in such a way where you never feel like you are lost. This is THE tutorial for Studio One 5.
Date published: 2021-04-20
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very helpful and straight forwarded! This tutorial starts from scratch and shows all important tpyes of usage a beginner hsould know about. it really helps me a lot to start recording my music in an efficient workflow!
Date published: 2021-03-10
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from I'm learning a lot I'm glad I purchased this, it helps me a lot.
Date published: 2021-02-26
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very comprehensive Well worth the time as you get a complete overview of all the major and not so obvious functions.
Date published: 2021-02-14
Rated 4.0 out of 5 by from Great, with a few suggestions... I'm happy to have access to this training, and I'm enjoying it very much. Two suggestions... 1) Be careful of how fast some of the multi-function key presses are explained. The buttons on Studio One 5 are small and harder to locate, especially when... 2) ...the bottoms of some videos are truncated (Tutorial 11, for instance). You speak of a loop button, then your cursor dives to the bottom of the screen and selects an unseen button. These are nitpicky points, but students would notice these things quicker than the teacher (it's what 30 yrs teaching in a music classroom will do)!
Date published: 2021-02-03
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Great Studio One 5 Tutorial Eli is always awesome. Great job getting to the point and covering a ton of material.
Date published: 2021-01-26
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from A great start! This is a well presented, concise snapshot of the power of this DAW and the presenter has covered most of what a songwriter/home-producer would need. There's a lot to remember so notes would be a good thing and also looking at other teachings, which go into aspects in greater depth but all in all, well done - you've been a great help.
Date published: 2021-01-24
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Awesome! Worth the time Switching from Reaper, these tutorials were absolutely worth the time! Studio One is incredible and is capable of far more than what I was aware of. It is still possible to follow the lessons by watching the videos at 1.75 to 2x speed. The videos are succinct, logically structured and highly appreciated. Thank you Eli!
Date published: 2021-01-10
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Insightful and adds nuisances in every dimension I would like to consider myself as an experienced user of Studio One yet always taking the opportunity to enhance my knowledge with the program. This program has provided additional insight about the program especially shortcuts of simplifying many of the things I consistently use.
Date published: 2020-12-20
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Excellent but Videxit! I watched every second of video of this mammoth Tutorial series. I often repeated videos. As a former"old style" lecturer in classical piano who changed career into composition, I was also curious to see how I would get on. First, Mr Krantzberg was always clear in his presentation and he clearly had his notes (and at times he read from the manual - but that's not a mortal sin). His style of teaching was hands on and he was, I believe, sincere in his intention to communicate the application of the DAW to users in the real world, which is the essence of any good tutor. There were some important items (and one essential) which were unnecessarily omitted (for example Video, effects splitters, channel editor, pre/post fader application) and having watched the 40 minutes of the show page, I didn't understand why. However as stated at the end of the main series, Mr Krantzberg stated he was "scratching the surface" which is fair but my point still stands. Nevertheless I learned to my surprise that for budding film composers, Studio One doesn't really cut it and there was zero input on the subject from Mr Krantzberg which I felt was disappointing and ultimately takes away from the value of the series regardless of if the tutor utilises film or or not. I am sorry that I did not do enough research on this when I committed myself to Studio One. That is why I am disappointed that so much effort was put into the Show Page and simply nothing (for the already little provision by Studio one) for video. Nevertheless I feel Mr Krantzberg brought his own musicianship and experience into the series which was particularly evident in his presentation of the Show Page, (which is of no interest to composers). There were times when I had to change tutors (to Mr Huskyns for example, on the issue of event effects where the pre/post fader option was ignored). I also felt the the listen bus was somewhat rushed and I'm still none the wiser after several viewings. A more prepared real life example on aux channel would have been welcome (The Juno was given but what midi was used if any? This too then went over my head). However I must congratulate Mr Krantzberg for this content delivery and I feel that my money was well spent and the time I invested was also worthwhile despite the surprising omission of video. If you bought Studio One, you would be well advised to learn it and this is the best start. I wish Mr Krantzberg well with his band and his music, and thank you for this enormous contribution to music makers. (If anyone from Presonus is reading this, I should have bought Cubase Pro or Logic).
Date published: 2020-12-11
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Perfect bite size The videos are short enough but still complete to be used as a video format reference manual. Every now and then, not too often, you have to rewind a bit as sometimes the pace of explanation is bit fast (for non-native english speaker).
Date published: 2020-12-10
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Great Please to Start I have use other Groove3 Courses presented by Eli. Very knowledgeable person. Thank a lot
Date published: 2020-11-30
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from The best This is the most thorough and well presented Studio One course anywhere by far. It taught me some amazing things that I had no idea existed. I will most likely return to it again at some point, because the course goes into a lot of details which can obviously be lost if not practiced. Thank you
Date published: 2020-11-02
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by from Good Need to be more detail
Date published: 2020-10-30
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Most Excellent Course on Studio One! New to Studio one, these videos crucial in getting up and running fast. Highly recommend if you are new or switching DAWs!
Date published: 2020-10-29
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very helpful ...9/10 I'm so excited about this new version
Date published: 2020-10-20
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from super video manual congrats,Eli made this video manual super simple to follow tough very powerful in learning all the tools SO5 has to offer,a must have for everyone that has SO5 or bought it recently like i have,if you're like me and dont realy like written manuals,then this video manual will surely fix this problem
Date published: 2020-10-07
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very good course :) Great course, all you need and more to get startet in Studio One 5. Great for a newbi like me.
Date published: 2020-09-29
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from You really do get what you pay for.. Wow. I feel like an idiot for wasting so much time on YouTube trying to watch a weird hodge podge of different people (poorly) explaining Studio One 5. I just recently started making music again a few months ago, basically I had to build a new setup from the ground up. So when I purchased my new desktop PC, I was jumping from Windows 8 to Windows 10. I won't bore you with the details, but basically FL Studio 20 was beginning to cause me way more headaches than it was worth. For whatever reason it just does not work well on my Windows 10 setup, I could no longer justify not switching to a new DAW. I tried out everything from Reaper, Bitwig, LMMS, Ableton Live LITE, Cakewalk.. None of them even came to close to Studio One. I decided that was the DAW I was going to move forward with and be done with it so I could finally get back making music again. ..But then I started running into issues where things weren't making sense and I had a list of little things that I just really didn't understand. I would go on YouTube to try and find answers. Usually this just made things way more confusing because the people making videos are usually not people worth taking advice from. It became blatantly obvious that I was wasting time again, so this time I went to Reddit looking for answers. Someone recommended Groove3. Thank god. Finally a solution. I have learned more about Studio One in 3 days than I had in the entire 2 weeks I was trying to figure it out on my own. Eli is an amazing teacher. He takes the time to explain everything he is doing without slowing the pace to a crawl. The order that he teaches everything in is perfect. When he introduces a new topic, he's using concepts from topics he recently covered and he builds on them further. Again - I can not tell you how much I wish I would have not wasted all that time getting bad advice on YouTube. Within the first minute or two, you'll see why Eli teaches this course. He thoroughly understands every aspect of it and he's able to share his knowledge in a very clear and concise way. He is plainspoken and eloquent. I was seriously on the verge of going back to FL, learning another DAW was a lot more difficult than I imagined it would be. Now I'm 100% sure I made the right choice switching to Studio One 5 from FL Studio 20. Thank you Eli!
Date published: 2020-09-23
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Excellent Everything I Needed To Know
Date published: 2020-09-12
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Best Studio One learning tool in all of Groove3 Covers all the program in great depth with excellent clarity. Some segments move too fast for a beginner to absorb on first listening; best to listen through once and then repeat, pausing whenever necessary to take notes for future reference. Highly recommend for new or experienced Studio One users alike.
Date published: 2020-09-01
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Very Helpful and Interesting The main focus for me is the quick delivery, easily understood presentation. When I was not familiar with S1, Eli's style enabled me to easily go back and forth between video and actual program to solidify the lesson(s) ...that's what they are ...lessons a palatable, real world fashion. I'm a busy, one man production studio ...these video sessions are just right for me
Date published: 2020-08-25
Rated 3.5 out of 5 by from Narrator is sonically fatiguing Obviously very insightful and chock full of info. But in the future it may befit you [Groove3] to choose a different author or narrator. Eli has a rather prominent lisp or something of the sort that is almost immediately fatiguing to the ear and overall just tough to listen to.
Date published: 2020-08-17
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from So happy that I watched this... This tutorial was fantastic. I had used version 4 by teaching myself and decided to REALLY learn the features when I upgraded to 5. I learned about so many features that I never knew existed! And Eli does a great job of explaining everything and showing you how you would use it in a real world situation. Highly recommended if you never took the time to learn it before.
Date published: 2020-08-11
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from so informative. I am a complete novice to anything musical. I had never heard of a DAW. these tutorials a so helpful and are easy for me to learn from. thanks I am learning and now have an informed point I can return to when I forget or get confused.
Date published: 2020-07-28
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Eli IS the best. I don't know how Eli remembers all of the goodies in these tutorials for Studio One 5 or Logic X or any of the plethora of teachings he does, but he is a consummate professional and I love my teacher. Clear, concise and thorough. Thanks Eli.
Date published: 2020-07-28
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Great Job As Always Always happy when some piece of software or plugin I'm learning or reviewing is being "explained" by Mr. Krantzburg. He always does a great job and this is no exception.
Date published: 2020-07-22
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Lot's of Useful Information Eli presents the information quickly and in an easily understandable way.
Date published: 2020-07-21
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Everything you wanted to know about Studio One 5 . . . but were afraid to ask! Eli at his very best. Informative, detailed, to the point, and most everything you could possibly need to get up and running with competence. This is not merely an update about new features, but it is about everything including the new features. Truly a jumping on point. A truly wonderful series. Enabling!
Date published: 2020-07-20
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from I'm taking off my hut! Very simple, easy and straight to the point explanations with examples, ideas, real-life situations etc. Excellent! Adding this to my favourites with a goal to jump back when I need to use some of the features which I'm not using equate often.
Date published: 2020-07-17
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from All The only thing missing for me is subtitles. My first langage is French and at least subtitles in English would be very helpful. But, I love all the videos!
Date published: 2020-07-13
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Concise and informative! Eli is always very thorough and shows by example how to perform functions. I have lots of his Groove3 videos and they are all great and helpful. My only complaint in general is there is not enough explaining of preferences, and why or why not you would select one preference setting over another. But this is true with ALL my videos, even from other companies.
Date published: 2020-07-13
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from simply awesome worth my money
Date published: 2020-07-11
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Great except for me - my English is not much Captions would help me, but I watch a lot on what's going on on the screen. It helps me a lot that something always happens and I understand what it's all about. I don't like very talkative videos where nothing happens on the screen.
Date published: 2020-07-11
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from for this reason i subscribe to groove 3 Eli, you are the best!
Date published: 2020-07-10
Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Clear, Concise, Comprehensive! What a superb set of videos!! So clear, yet so much detail. Eli has that rare ability to convey the fundamentals, yet also ensure that the benefit of his considerable experience with Studio One shows through. This is yet another five-star review from me for Groove 3 and is fully deserving. Fantastic!
Date published: 2020-07-09
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