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How to manually change MIDI velocity in SO4

  http://www.obedia.com/presonus-studio-one In this video, we will show you How to manually change MIDI Velocity in PreSonus Studio One. This is especially important if you’d like to add velocity changes in your song, which affects how strong or light a note is hit. To learn PreSonus Studio One live, one on one, with a professional

In this video, we show you how to quantize MIDI in PreSonus Studio One. This practice allows you to correct issues with your performance and timing. It’s built into all versions of Studio One, and is easy to use! To get one on one training in PreSonus Studio One, sign up with us now: http://www.obedia.com/presonus-studio-one,

New Members Only Studio One Tutorial

Wednesday, 25 October 2017 by

  Get the FULL tutorial and more by becoming and OBEDIA member today — just click here! This is a preview video of a members-exclusive video on OBEDIA.com. You can view this full video, commercial-free and with our other member-exclusive training videos for digital audio production, at our website. This video discusses the product authorization

Template setup in Studio One

http://www.obedia.com/presonus-studio-one In this video, we show you how to setup a template in PreSonus Studio One, to allow for quick and easy recall of session settings and setups. This will save you time and energy, allowing you to be creative on the fly! To learn PreSonus Studio One in real time, please call: 615-933-6767

One on one HELP: http://www.obedia.com/presonus-studio-one The new multi-tool in PreSonus Studio One 3 will help to streamline your workflow and let you work faster! Using it, you can select a secondary tool for your primary tool, and then, hold down control (PC) or CMD (Mac) to access the secondary tool on the fly. Great for

Get one on one training for Studio One 3: http://www.obedia.com/presonus-studio-one In this video, we talk about How to use Multi Instruments in Studio One 3. Using Multi-Instruments in Studio One 3 is very easy to do. It allows you to stack multiple instruments onto one MIDI track, and even play different instruments at the same time, or

autopunch studio one

In this video, OBEDIA shows you how to use the Autopunch feature in PreSonus Studio One. This easy feature will allow you to record audio on only one part of your timeline, and then stop recording after that block of audio has been recorded. Auto punch is a great way to fix small issues with

PreSonus Releases Studio One 3

Wednesday, 20 May 2015 by

PreSonus has released the third revision of their flagship DAW software.  OBEDIA will be covering all the new features in depth, but here is a quick overview of the new features that we’ve seen. If you’d like to start learning Studio One 3, you can call us or sign up today to get started! Arranger

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Mono vs. Stereo Tracks in Studio One

Wednesday, 04 March 2015 by

A common misconception in digital audio recording, is the proper track type to use when dealing with different types of sound sources. These include mono sources such as vocals, bass or trumpet, as well as sound sources such as synthesizers with stereo outputs, any other type of musical instrument with stereo outs, or a stereo

How to use track comping in Studio One

Tuesday, 24 February 2015 by

How to use track comping in Studio One Track comping in PreSonus Studio One is an easy way to record multiple takes of audio and then choose your best take, allowing you to easily craft your final recording without having to get it perfect on the first pass. To use this option, simply engage loop

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