The Ultimate Studio One Music Production Masterclass TUTORiAL

The Ultimate Studio One TUTORiAL

MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 3.62 GB | Duration: 8h 43m

Learn how to Create, Record, Edit, Mix and Master in Studio One

What you’ll learn
Learn How to use the Studio One application
Learn How to Record Audio and MIDI in Studio one
Learn how to Edit, Mix and Master in Studio One
Learn How to use all the functions and features in Studio one
Studio One Artist or Professional Software, or Presonus Sphere
A basic knowledge on how a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) works
A basic knowledge on how musical instruments work
Do you want to learn everything that is possible in Studio One?In this Masterclass course I go through all the functions and features that are possible with Studio One. It is a super comprehensive Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) packed full of tools and features to help you take your songs and productions to the next level!I have been using Studio One for the last 10 years, and have explored every part and aspect of the application, and want to show you how you TOO can navigate and explore this application with ease. I have also worked through many, if not all the DAWs that are currently available. And Studio One is my DAW of choice because of its ease of use, and the strong toolset it has. So, if sounds like something interesting that you want to learn, then this is the perfect course for you! Learn EVERYTHING you can know in Studio One!This course will take you step-by-step on how to start off off with the application. From launching the application and creating your first song, and project. Through to recording audio & MIDI, the editing and mixing capabilities. And finally how to master and export out your songs and productions.With easy-to-follow tutorials and a real-world example to follow, you’ll enjoy learning while taking action. WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?Creating your own Songs and ProjectsHow to Record Audio and MIDI PartsLearn the Instruments and Effects that are available in the applicationHow to Mix and Master your songs and projectsLearn the Unique Features like The Chord Track, Scratch Pad, Melodyne Integration, dedicated mastering projects editor, the Pattern Editor, and Bending Audio.Learn How to expand your skillset with the Macros and Show Page WHY USE STUDIO ONE 5?Studio One is a packed with a ton of tools and features to use in your productionsUsing the included tools and features to take your Studio One songs to the next level WHY LEARN FROM US?This course will go through the steps on how to get up and running in Studio one, plus show you all the features and functions in the application.My goal with the course is to give you the tools and tricks that you need within Studio One to use the application efficiently.I CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU IN THE COURSE! Cheers, Gary Hiebner


Section 1: Getting Started

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 The Different Versions of Studio One

Lecture 3 Exploring the Start Page

Lecture 4 Setting Up Your Audio Device

Lecture 5 Creating Your First Song

Lecture 6 Taking a Look Around the Interface

Lecture 7 Key Commands and Keyboard Shortcuts

Section 2: Working with Audio

Lecture 8 Creating Audio Tracks

Lecture 9 Setting Up a Metronome and Recording to a Track

Lecture 10 The Zooming Functions

Lecture 11 Going Over the Transport Controls

Lecture 12 Going Through the Tools

Lecture 13 Using the Pool

Lecture 14 Editing Audio Tracks

Lecture 15 Using Auto Punch In Recording

Lecture 16 Recording to Takes

Lecture 17 Comping an Edit

Lecture 18 Using the Slip Edit Tool

Lecture 19 Exploring the Audio Editor

Lecture 20 Clip Gain Envelope Editing

Lecture 21 How to Use Low Latency Mode

Lecture 22 How do Audio Loops Work?

Section 3: MIDI & Instrument Tracks

Lecture 23 Instrument Track Basics

Lecture 24 Setting Up a MIDI Controller

Lecture 25 Setting Up and Using the Virtual QWERTY Keyboard

Lecture 26 Create Instrument Tracks

Lecture 27 Recording MIDI to Instrument Tracks

Lecture 28 Using the Piano Editor

Lecture 29 Quantizing MIDI and the Quantize Panel

Lecture 30 Using the Velocity Lanes

Lecture 31 Transpose, Merge and Duplicate Parts

Lecture 32 Using Retrospective Recording

Lecture 33 How to use Step Record

Lecture 34 Using the Drum View

Lecture 35 Creating Drum Maps for 3rd Party Instruments

Lecture 36 Taking a Look at the Score View

Section 4: Mixing and the Mix Console

Lecture 37 Navigating the Mix Console

Lecture 38 Bus Channels and Routing

Lecture 39 Using Insert Effects

Lecture 40 Copying and Moving Insert Effects

Lecture 41 3rd Party Effects & Instruments

Lecture 42 Using FX Channels

Lecture 43 How the Main Output Works

Lecture 44 Loading and Saving Effects Chains

Lecture 45 Using Mix Effects

Lecture 46 Bounce Selection to New Track

Lecture 47 Using Event FX

Lecture 48 Using Grouping

Lecture 49 More on Using Bus Channels

Lecture 50 View Bus Channels in the Mixer and Track Arrange Area

Lecture 51 Difference Between FX Channels and Bus Channels

Lecture 52 Using Folders and Bus Channels

Lecture 53 What are VCA Channels and Why to Use them

Lecture 54 Extended Mixer Scenes

Lecture 55 Using the Listen Bus

Section 5: Virtual Instruments and Instrument Tracks

Lecture 56 Using Impact

Lecture 57 Using Mojito

Lecture 58 Using the Mai Tai Synth – Part 1

Lecture 59 Using the Mai Tai Synth – Part 2

Lecture 60 Looking at Presence

Lecture 61 Sampler One Basics

Lecture 62 Creating and Using Music Loops

Lecture 63 How to Create Keyswitching Maps

Section 6: How to Use Patterns

Lecture 64 Adding and Using Patterns

Lecture 65 Using Variations, Probability and Repeats

Lecture 66 Converting Between Patterns and Parts

Lecture 67 Step Record in Patterns & Record in Real-Time

Section 7: Using the Other Types of Tracks

Lecture 68 Using the Tempo Track

Lecture 69 Time and Key Signature Tracks

Lecture 70 Creating a Marker Track and Markers

Lecture 71 Creating and Using the Arranger Track

Lecture 72 Converting Between Markers and the Arranger

Section 8: How to Use Automation

Lecture 73 How to Automate a Parameter

Lecture 74 Drawing and Editing Automation

Lecture 75 Create Automation Tracks

Lecture 76 Explaining the Automation Modes

Lecture 77 Linking Your MIDI Controller

Lecture 78 What is Part Automation?

Lecture 79 Merging VCA Automation to Tracks

Section 9: The Chord Track Feature

Lecture 80 Using the Chord Track

Lecture 81 Using the Chord Track Follow Modes

Lecture 82 How to use the Scratch Pad

Section 10: Melodyne, Track Transform And Bending Audio

Lecture 83 Using Melodyne to Pitch Correct Audio

Lecture 84 Use Melodyne to Create Harmonies

Lecture 85 Converting Audio to MIDI with Melodyne

Lecture 86 Transforming Your Tracks

Lecture 87 Using the Audio Bend Tool to Tighten Up your Audio Tracks

Section 11: Exporting and Importing

Lecture 88 Exporting Your Song

Lecture 89 Exporting Out Stems

Lecture 90 Export and Publish to Soundcloud

Lecture 91 Importing Files from Other Songs

Section 12: Mastering in Studio One

Lecture 92 Mastering in a Song

Section 13: Taking a Look a the Show View

Lecture 93 Taking a Look at the Show VIew

Lecture 94 Setting Up your Players in the Show

Lecture 95 Using the Different Playback Modes

Lecture 96 Using the Controls in the Show Window

Section 14: Macros

Lecture 97 Getting Into Macros

Lecture 98 Musical Editing with Macros

Lecture 99 Creating Your Own Macros

Lecture 100 Using Studio One Remote with Macros

Section 15: Summary

Lecture 101 Conclusion


Music Producers and Songwriters who are wanting to see what Studio One is capable of as a music application,Studio One users who want to learn all the ins and outs on the application,Studio one users who want to improve their music production workflow


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