Now that you've got the Studio One basics down, it's time to start thinking about some production techniques. In this course, you learn the basic tools and tips to get you tracking your tunes like a pro.
Before you start any production you've got to get set up and organized. That's exactly where this course begins. In the first section, you learn about hooking up your audio IO, arming and recording multiple tracks and organizing your session by creating busses, groups and deploying Studio One's folders.
This is followed by a section devoted to Studio One's cool mixer. This is where you get a tour of all its key features and learn all about the events and send effects. Next up is an overview of the plugins, freezing and tuning tracks and some advanced tuning and editing techniques.
Finally, it's time to bounce and share your tracks. This where you get some more tips and tricks to help you finish your production and post it to the virtual universe!
Section 1: Section 1: Setting Up and Recording Audio
As a complete newb to Studio One I've been following Gary's courses and have enjoyed every moment. All the courses, including this one, have been very informative. Possibly one of the best selection of DAW related tutorials I have used. And, not that it matters, I'm pretty sure Gary's a South African or at least from that part of the world. Thanks Gary.
Matt M. wrote on January 14, 2015
This was an EXCELLENT course! Gary Hiebner really knows what he's talking about and goes through pretty much anything you could want to know about Presonus Studio One. His accent was a little challenging right at first (those crazy Kiwis!), but once I had it down it was fine. Gary takes you through everything that will help you understand the ins and outs of using S1 for MIDI production, audio recording, editing, mixing and more! If you're looking to make the switch from some *other* D.A.W. and are considering Studio One.....or if you are just looking to get more out of S1, look no further than Gary's Studio One 102: Producer's & Engineer's Toolbox.
Kerry Brooks wrote on February 10, 2014
The tutorial was very enlightening. It showed me quick ways to spice up my tracks. As well as authenticating and uploading tracks directly from the recording program to the internet. Im eager to get started right away!
Jimboy Edwards wrote on January 7, 2014
Enjoyed the course tutorial, it cleared up some questions about how to do certain functions in Studio One. Gary is fun to listen to with his Cockney accent.
Tyrone Williamson wrote on August 6, 2013
I really liked this course. Was a very good course on Studio one. Best of some of the courses out there.
Marstechnic wrote on June 26, 2013
I've seen so many tutorial videos and never reviewed any of them, but this tutorial about Studio one is perfect explained with an amazing expression.
I recommend it to any Studio One user..
Starbuckna wrote on June 23, 2013
This is an excellent and clear step by step description of many of the tracking and editing tools in Studio One - Gary uncovers a lot of powerful techniques for using group and busses and use of fx.