Gary welcomes you and gives an introduction on what is going to be covered in this Studio One MIDI tutorial series.
Here we look at the different tools you can use for pitch editing your note data in Studio One.
This video goes over the tools you have to edit your Velocity data to add realism and dynamics to your MIDI parts.
Discover other interesting and helpful ways to quantize your MIDI performances in Studio One.
Gary shows you another helpful step to fine-tune and improve your MIDI performance; edit your MIDI note lengths. See how to do it with cool edit options in Studio One!
Here we take a look at how to create your own custom Drum maps to improve your workflow and creativeness when programming MIDI drum parts.
Keyswitches are yet another way to improve the articulation of your MIDI performances. This video goes over how to program in keyswitch changes in Studio One.
With Studio One Multi Instruments you can build up complex, layered instruments. This video shows you how to do that!
Expanding on the last video this video goes into detail on how you can use Multi Note FX chains on your Multi Instruments.
MIDI filtering is a great way to filter out the MIDI notes you don't want or need in your performances. This video shows you how to set it all up.
In this video, tutorial we go over how Multichannel/Multitimbral instruments are setup and utilized in Studio One.
This video shows you how to setup the routing for Multi-Output instruments in Studio One, to get more control of your sounds by routing them to individual tracks for further processing and balancing.
Continuing on after the previous video, see how to set up multi outputs for a single instrument such as a drum kit for further processing and balancing.
This video goes over how to use the MIDI Continuous Controller lanes in Studio One to add more expression and dynamics to your MIDI performances.
Using Patterns to build up MIDI sequences is a powerful, different way to build up chords and melodies. This videos shows you the ins and outs of using Patterns creatively.
The Chord Track is a very useful tool to use when you need to detect chords, when you're not too sure what the chords are in your MIDI performance.
Another way to use the Chord track is to use it to help you build up chord progressions and/or to get your instruments to automatically follow the key and chords of the song.
This video teaches you how you can use your own audio samples to create your own Sampled Instruments in Sample One XT.
Last but not least, discover how you can also use SampleOne XT to detect the transients in a beat, and slice them up to create a custom Sample One drum instrument.
Studio One pro Gary Hiebner presents comprehensive Studio One video tutorials focused on more advanced MIDI features and techniques! If you want to be a Studio One MIDI guru, you need to know these MIDI editing and performance tools found in Studio One. These videos are designed for those who are already familiar with Studio One 5, but want to learn more about the deeper MIDI features included in Studio One. If you're new to Studio One, checkout the most comprehensive video manual available, Studio One 5 Explained® here.
Gary welcomes you and gives an introduction on what is going to be covered in this Studio One MIDI tutorial series, so you know exactly what to expect. Then he hits the ground running with tutorials on ways to alternatively edit MIDI Pitch, Velocity, and Quantize, as well as ways to change the length of your MIDI notes to improve your MIDI performance. Then you'll see how to create your own custom Drum Maps to improve your workflow and creativeness when programming MIDI drum parts.
Throughout the rest of the videos you'll learn about helpful and inspiring MIDI features and techniques like Keyswitches, layering instruments, MIDI Filtering, setting up both Multichannel and Multi-Output virtual MIDI Instruments, using Continuous Controller messages for adding dynamics and expressiveness, using Patterns to build up instrument sequences, the Chord Track feature to detect and/or change the chords in your song, using your own audio samples to create your own Sampled Instruments in SampleOne XT, and even how to use SampleOne XT to detect the transients in a beat, and slice them up to create a custom SampleOne XT drum instrument!
To see exactly what these in-depth Studio One 5 video tutorials show you, and how they'll reveal the deeper side of performing with MIDI and editing it in more creative ways, see the individual Studio One MIDI tutorial descriptions on this page. See why so many love Studio One for their MIDI performance and editing needs... Watch "Studio One MIDI Guru Guide" today.
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