Studio One Tutorial

Studio One Advanced

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Chapter 1 : Tips and Tricks

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    Customizing Keyboard Shortcuts

    Explore how to find the S1 keyboard shortcuts and customize them to your preference as well as to better match your working style if migrating from another DAW such as Cubase, Pro Tools, or Logic.

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    Creating Separate Cue Mixes

    Explore how to use the Studio One console to set up one or more dedicated Cue mixes for artists headphones.

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    Drag & Drop Export

    Learn about browser file operations and how to export audio and MIDI directly from the Arrangement View to the Browser.

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    Quick Tips for Audio Editing

    See how to speed up drag operations, control constrained track to track dragging and how to cut, copy and paste between two different songs.

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    Comping a Solo

    Learn techniques for creating a composite track from multiple takes by unpacking the layers to separate tracks and using the split and mute tool to audition phrases and then select the best parts for the final take.

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    Multiple Selection & Group Editing

    See how to group events and edit them together. Watch examples with multitrack drums and creative editing of a drum part.

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    Matching Tempo

    Learn how to use tap tempo and other techniques to match the song to the tempo of imported audio.

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    Using Musical Functions

    Discover the numerous musical functions for instrument data editing such as Length, Stretch, Transpose, Velocity, Quantize, Freeze Quantize, Humanize, Delete Double and or Short Notes, and others. Each one and its application is covered.

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    Exporting Stems

    Learn how to export the tracks and channels of your song to submixes called 'Stems' to enable importing your tracks into other systems for further production and or mixing.

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    Audio for Video with Studio One

    See how Studio One can sync with any QuickTime compatible video and extra audio from video extending the usefulness of Studio One for a wide range of video applications.

Chapter 2 : Hardware and Studio One

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    Using a Control Surface

    Discover how to enable a control surface and easily map hardware knobs to software controls.

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    The Faderport & Studio One

    See how to setup the Presonus Faderport which offers convenient transport, track control, and navigation shortcuts when used with Studio One.

Chapter 3 : Virtual Instruments

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    Exploring Sample One

    Learn how to easily drag audio from your song into SampleOne and automatically map it across your keyboard. Also see how to use REX files with SampleOne, easily mapping slices across the keyboard.

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    Exploring Impact

    See how to use Impact, the built-in drum instrument, to play back drum sounds from your instrument tracks and modify the drum sounds with the envelopes and filters. Also learn how to build your own multilayer drum sounds.

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    Exploring Mojito

    See how to use and tweak synth sounds using Studio One's awesome virtual analog instrument Mojito.

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    Exploring Presence

    Watch how to use and modify the wide selection of sounds available in Presence, one of the most useful and versatile instruments in Studio One.

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    VI Instruments to Audio

    Explore how to take your complete virtual instrument tracks and bounce them as regular audio tracks to save computer resources and to create hard copies of the parts.

Chapter 4 : Rewire

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    Rewire Audio to Ableton Live

    Learn how to setup Rewire between Studio One and another DAW. Watch an example using Ableton Live to modify a beat from S1 then record the results back into the Song.

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    Rewire MIDI to Ableton Live

    See how to use Rewire to use another DAW as in instrument in Studio One. See an example of the setup using Ableton Live on and instrument track to record and playback a synth part.

Chapter 5 : Studio One Effects

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    Delay Effects

    Explore Studio One's built-in delay effects Analog Delay, Beat Delay and Groove Delay.

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    Modulation Effects

    Discover Studio One's modulation effects Autofilter, Chorus, Flanger, Phaser and X-Trem.

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    Ampire & Red Light District

    Take an in-depth look at Studio One's built-in guitar amp modeler Ampire along with the distortion effect Red Light District.

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    Channel Strip & Reverbs

    See an example of mixing with the flexible Channel Strip plug-in along with both reverb effects Mixverb and Room Reverb.

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    Automating Effects

    Discover ways of automating effect parameters for creative and dynamic mixing results.

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    DJ Kill Switch Effect

    See how to automate the Low Cut and Hi Cut bands of ProEQ to create the classic 'kill switch' effect.

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    Drum Replacement

    Watch how to use the instrument trigger feature of 'Gate' to trigger a kick replacement using the Impact virtual drum instrument.

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    Sidechain Compression

    Learn how to create the classic pumping dance tune effect using the side chain compression technique.

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    Using 3rd Party Effects

    Explore using 3rd party plug-ins such as AU and VST effects in Studio One. Examples from Waves, Voxengo and Izotope are shown.

Chapter 6 : Mastering in S1

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    The Projects Page Pt. 1

    Discover how the Project page works with your songs and imported tracks to create a master for your CD or digital release. This includes sequencing the tracks in order, setting track to track delay, levels, fades, and song info. Part 1 of 2 parts.

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    The Projects Page Pt. 2

    Discover how the Project page works with your songs and imported tracks to create a master for your CD or digital release. This includes sequencing the tracks in order, setting track to track delay, levels, fades, and song info. Part 2 of 2 parts.

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    Applying Mastering Effects

    Learn how to apply ProEQ, Tricomp, Multiband Dynamics, Limiter and Room Reverb to your project master to create a professional sounding product.

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    Multiband Dynamics Explained

    Explore the user interface and application of Studio One's built-in Multiband Dynamics plug-in.

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    Burning a CD Master

    Learn how to create a Redbook CD master by applying appropriate settings and then burning a CD master for duplication.

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    Creating a Disk Image

    See how to create a disk image to send to manufacturing or to burn a CD from other software.

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    Creating a Digital Release

    Watch how to create 'digital release' MP3 or wave files for your project with Studio One.

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    Publishing to Soundcloud

    Discover how to publish your digital release directly to Soundcloud with Studio One's built-in Soundcloud client.

Chapter 7 : Studio One Differences

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    S1Pro vs S1 Artist

    Learn the differences between Studio One Pro and Studio One Artist so you can choose the best version for your needs, or to just know the limitations of each.

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    32bit vs 64bit

    Learn which installation is the best match for your operating system, computer and goals.

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    New Features in Version 1.6

    Learn all about the minor recording and mixing updates to Studio One v1.6.

Product Overview

Presented by Studio One Expert Bill Edstrom, this is the next level in Studio One training. Designed for the intermediate to advanced Studio One user, this series of in-depth videos will turn you into a Studio One power user fast...

Leaving no stone unturned, Bill dives deep into Studio One covering advanced topics such as customizing keyboard shortcuts, creating cue mixes, advanced audio editing, comping a solo, control surfaces, virtual instrument overviews, creating special effects, audio for video, mastering, publishing your mix to Soundcloud and much, much more.

If you're ready for the next level of Studio One training, this is for you. Advance to the next stage... get Studio One Advanced today.

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Rated 5.0 out of 5 by from Lots of Useful Information! I always enjoyed tutorials produced by this gentleman but haven’t seen anything new from him here or on YouTube in quite awhile. Studio One Advanced has all sorts of great “tips & tricks” to help you get the most out of this amazing DAW.
Date published: 2019-04-03
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Date published: 2017-07-24
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Date published: 2017-06-23
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