Chapter 1 : 5.2 Update
See how the new Arranger Track sync mode settings are used for smooth synced rearranging of the playback order based on the Arranger Track sections in your song.
Learn how to use the update Arrow Tool to edit note velocities, mute/unmute events, split note events, split note events and their part container, and glue adjacent notes together.
The Splitter is now a powerful mixing plug-in that lets you route multiple audio effects on a single channel either in parallel, serial, left/right split, or frequency band splits. See and hear it in action in its incarnation as a drag and drop-able insert based plug-in.
Learn about the new tablature functions that are now available in the Score Editor when using a guitar based staff preset.
See how the new drum notation works with native Studio One instruments, and how to create your own custom drum mappings for third party software instruments.
Learn about the new Voices Icon and Send to Voices function, used in Score View to create and manage up to four independent voices per staff. Also see the new Double At Interval function that's used to create diatonic harmony parts.
Sound Variations help you get the most out of the complex articulation setups in virtual instruments and orchestral libraries. It builds on the key switch editor introduced in Studio One 5.0. Learn the workflow basics in using existing mappings both in internal and third party instruments.
Learn how to create your own custom sound variations in the mapping editor when working with third party libraries.
See the new Sphere integration in action, directly within Studio One, as stems are uploaded to a shared workspace for a colleague to add guitar parts.
Follow along as Groove3 instructor Gary Heibner retrieves the files from the shared workspace, adds guitar parts, and uploads them to the workspace, all within Studio One.
Watch as Gary?s guitar parts are brought into the session from the shared workspace directly from within Studio One.
Discover this new feature that adds more creative freedom to clip based editing. Use multiple versions of a clip that references the same audio file to try alternative edits with Melodyne, Bend Markers, or Gain Envelopes.
Learn about the integration of the Arranger Track, Chord Track, new Playback Modes, and enhanced Perform View functions that are now available in Studio One.
Watch how to ensure sound variations move with notes when editing, and how to assign sound variations using Macros, Remote MIDI Assignments, and Keyboard Shortcuts.
Discover the new Automatic Safety Options window, the new ?Open With Options? on the Start page, and a variety of other small improvements.
Chapter 2 : 5.3 Update
Learn how to assign and use musical symbols to playback sound variations.
Drag and drop preset creation now works with effects and effects chains on backing tracks and real instrument tracks as well as Instrument tracks. And, When switching from one Virtual Instrument Player Patch to another while notes are still being held (keys or sustain pedal), these notes are no longer cut off while the new instrument is activated.
Learn about the new convert and archiving options, new chord track enhancements, how to enable MIDI polyphonic Expression support for compatible instruments and hardware, how to enter dynamic markings in the musical symbols lane, and how to use MIDI channel changes as part of a sound variations activation sequence.
Eli Krantzberg presents comprehensive Studio One video tutorials! Learn all about the new features and functions added to the 5.2 update so you can use them effectively and creatively. Keep up to date and get the most out of this amazingly powerful DAW. These videos are for those who are already familiar with Studio One 5, but want to know about the new features added to version 5.2. If you are completely new to Studio One 5, check out Studio One 5 Explained® here.
Eli greets you and starts at the beginning with a video on the new Arranger Track Sync Mode settings which are used for smooth synced rearranging of the playback order based on the Arranger Track sections in your song. Then you'll learn how to use the updated Arrow Tool to edit note velocities, mute/unmute events, split note events, split note events and their part container, as well as glue adjacent notes together.
Next you'll explore the Splitter Plug-In which is now a powerful mixing plug-in that lets you route multiple audio effects on a single channel either in parallel, serial, left/right split, or frequency band splits. Eli then covers the changes made to the Score Editor, including the new guitar tablature functions, drum notation, and the new Voices Icon and Send to Voices function.
Throughout the rest of the videos you learn all about Sound Variations which help you get the most out of the complex articulation setups in virtual instruments and orchestral libraries, Sphere Workspace Collaboration, Audio Clip Versions, live arranging in the Show Page, new Safety Options and much more!
To see what these in-depth Studio One 5.2 tutorials show you, and how you they'll get you up to speed with everything that's new in the Studio One 5.2 update, see the individual Studio One video descriptions on this page. Get the most of Studio One 5 and use it to its full potential now... Watch "Studio One 5.2 Update Explained®" today!
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