In this 2nd Part of a 2 Part video series, I pick up from where we left off last week, and demonstrate how (and when) to use the "Stack" Layer Mode in Impact XT - in addition to the "Edit Sample Offset" function in PreSonus Studio One 4.
New Feature’s and improvement's on existing feature's are always appreciated in an update - but sometimes it’s the little miscellaneous improvements that "squeeze through the cracks" that can really make a huge difference in one’s workflow. In this video, I take a look at a few of the “not so obvious” features that were added in PreSonus Studio One Version 4.5.
The 'Export Stems' option in Studio One is an extremely useful way to quickly render out Stems from your Song. But did you know that there are some fundamental differences between using Tracks vs Channels? In this video, I demonstrate the key differences between the 2 methods - as well as when (and why) to use one method over the other.
The recently updated Impact XT, and Sample One XT instruments in Studio One Version 4 are extremely powerful - and in many cases can easily replace your previous ‘GoTo’ 3rd party VST’s. They also have a handy feature built right in that allows users to easily export and share their custom instruments with others! Read on, for more details..