In last weeks article - we took a deep dive into the world of creating Sound Sets in PreSonus Studio One. If this is something that interests you, and you haven’t check out the 2 part video series yet. You can find it by clicking here.
Although we covered a lot - there is one small area that I forgot to speak about, and that is with respect to adding tags or “tagging” your content.
Why use tags you ask? well, it’s actually pretty simply. Tagging your content, whether it’s presets, one-shots, Audio loops, or Musicloops gives the end user a way of seeing your content pop in in their search results.
Don’t get me wrong, nothing beats a properly named file, for basic browsing when it comes to trying to determine what something sounds like, but tags can offer a further level of refinement when it comes to searching.
Just imagine trying to fine an electronic, aggressive, wet, snare, one shot, suitable for the rock genre based on filename alone!
Picking up from where we left off last week - In this video I demonstrate how to add Tags to your custom Sound Sets made by using the Sound Set Builder in PreSonus Studio One.
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