Modern electronic music often relies heavily on loops to structure. Many times the drums are built from loops, basses are loops, even keyboard parts and vocals can be comprised of loops. But what about traditional music like rock, acoustic, country, folk and the like?
There are so many features in Studio One that it’s sometimes difficult to remember them all. It’s also easy to use one so often that you forget how to do it when you actually think about it. Your fingers just naturally go there.
Organization is key - especially if you want to collaborate/mix/master and more.
While naming tracks should be high on your list, Folder Tracks can simplify your workflow tremendously.
You want a delay effect on that one snare hit. Instead of using complex effect routings or automation of a delay inserted on the whole track. Why not just adding that effect chain into the events of your choice?
Duplicating parts, tracks & plugins is something we do on a day to day basis.
It is also something that speed up our workflow should become second nature in no time.
A Cue Mix allows you to create separate mixes of your song for yourself and anyone else who needs one. For example, let’s say you’re engineering the song and want to hear the whole mix that comes from your mains, but your guitarist wants a little less vocal, a little more bass and drums, and very little keys. You can set this up with
The Browser is an awesome tool for finding fx plugins, virtual instruments, and files of various types. Get our overview of the Studio One Browser.
Audio Bend is similar to Elastic Audio in Pro Tools or Audio Warp in Cubase: it’s a way of bending, stretching and molding audio around in time without affecting the pitch. It is very useful for manipulating an out-of-time performance or can be used creatively to achieve brand new