7 Handy Shortcuts in Studio One

7 Handy Shortcuts in Studio One

What I like about Studio One, is how easy the interface is to navigate and how all most all the functions support drag and drop functionality. But it’s also always good to know your shortcuts so that you can quickly get thing done and improve your music production...
To MIDI or Audio, That is the Question

To MIDI or Audio, That is the Question

So should you be working solely with MIDI or should you be bouncing out your MIDI to Audio when you’re finished with your idea? Well, MIDI has a lot of flexibility. You can also easily go back and edit the MIDI data. For example, if you want to change a note in the...
Create Interest with Filtering

Create Interest with Filtering

Create interest and differentiation in your mixes with filtering. You probably use filtering as an EQ-ing technique, but you can achieve some awesome results as far as unusual sounds – adding depth and texture to your audio. Let’s take a look at what we can do...
Key Commands for Switches in Studio One

Key Commands for Switches in Studio One

If you’ve moved over to Studio One from Cubase, Logic or ProTools then this video is for you. Studio One has keyboard mapping schemes for these DAW’s to help shorten the learning curve to Studio One by matching your familiar shortcuts from these DAWs. So...
Studio One – 5 Quick Ways It Streamlines Your Workflow

Studio One – 5 Quick Ways It Streamlines Your Workflow

1 Simple and Clean Looking User Interface Studio One’s UI is really modern looking with its super slick and clean design. Some applications have submenus embedded within submenus, which can mean spending valuable time hunting for functionality whereas Studio One is...

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