Studio One 4 Quick Tip - Using Invert Selection & Select Lowest Notes To Speed Up Editing

Studio One 4 Quick Tip - Using Invert Selection & Select Lowest Notes To Speed Up Editing

In this Studio One 4 Quick Tip video, I demonstrate how to go about using the Invert Selection option when editing. In addition, I also take a look at how it can be used in tandem with some of the new Note Selection Musical Editing Functions in Studio One 4.

Exploring The New 'Select Notes' Options In Studio One 4 - Select Off-Beats

Exploring The New 'Select Notes' Options In Studio One 4 - Select Off-Beats

In this video I demonstrate how to use some of the new "Select Notes" options in Studio One 4. Although this video is focused on the (included) "Select Off-Beats" Macro, we also take a look at some other options as well as a few tips when working with Select Notes Macro’s in general.

Quick Tip - Gain Staging Virtual Instruments In Studio One 4 Using Macros

Quick Tip - Gain Staging Virtual Instruments In Studio One 4 Using Macros

In this video I demonstrate how to create a Macro in Studio One 4 that will automatically help gain stage your virtual instruments when needed. In addition, I also outline some other workflow benefits to using a Macro vs manually adjusting the global output volume on VI's.

Tutorial - Beat Detective Style Multitrack Drum Editing In Studio One 4 [Updated for Version 3.3+]

Tutorial - Beat Detective Style Multitrack Drum Editing In Studio One 4 [Updated for Version 3.3+]

In this video, I demonstrate how to go about using a 'Beat Detective Style' Drum slicing work-flow when editing/quantizing Multitrack Drums in Studio One 4. Although Studio One Version 4 was used, this video is applicable to anyone using Studio One version 3.3 and above.

How To Import a Mixing Template Into a Studio One Version 3 Song Using Macros

How To Import a Mixing Template Into a Studio One Version 3 Song Using Macros

In this video, I demonstrate a way that users can import a Mixing Template into their Studio One Version 3 songs using a Macro work-around. It's not perfect, but certainly gets the job done for basic Mixing Templates including Bus Channels, FX Channels, track names, plug-ins, and complete FX chains..