Studio One 103
Advanced MIDI Toolbox
Genre: Audio
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  • 2h 9m
As a Studio One user you need know about its deep MIDI implementation. Learn to record, edit and make MIDI magic in this in-depth course featuring trainer Gary Hiebner.
Gary Hiebner is a prolific South African Sound Designer and Apple Tech Head!
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Overview
Status: Available | Released: Jul 5th, 2013
This course, designed by Studio One expert Gary Hiebner, is an all-out, in-depth exploration of MIDI editing in PreSonus' powerful DAW. You learn about the great features Studio One offers when it comes to working with and editing MIDI in your production including Actions, an option-rich way to manipulate your velocities, grooves and quantization to really get down and dirty with your MIDI parts.

Gary also explains Impact, Mojito, and Sampler One, three great virtual instruments that are built right in to this DAW and give you tons of flexibility when creating and editing patches. You'll also see and hear as Gary demonstrates how he uses the built-in Melodyne plug-in to transform an audio track into MIDI.

So get ready to take your MIDI data to the next level and bring new life to your tracks. Oh, and make sure you watch the other great courses in our ever-expanding series on Studio One, the DAW with the artist in mind.
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