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Table Of Contents

Introduction
1 Getting Started
1.1 Installation and Use
1.1.1 Installing Studio One
1.1.2 Create a User Account
1.1.3 Activate Studio One
1.1.4 Install the Included Loops and Instruments
1.1.5 Install the Included Third-Party Content
1.2 About This Manual
1.2.1 Versions
1.2.2 Tips
1.2.3 Key Commands
1.2.4 Key Commands for Migrating Users
1.2.5 Mapping Custom Key Commands
1.2.6 Menu Functions
2.1 Start
2.1.2 Recent Files
2.1.4 Confgure Audio Device
2.1.5 External Devices: Keyboards, Instruments, and Control Surfaces
2.1.6 Check for Updates
2.1.9 News Feed
2.1.10 Demos and Tutorials
2.3 Project (Studio One Pro only)
2.3.1 Project Page Workfow
2.4 Quick Switch
3 Fundamentals
3.1 Nondestructive Editing and Undo/Redo
3.2 High-Precision Mix Engine
3.3 Automatic Delay Compensation
3.4 The 64-Bit End-to-End Signal Path
3.5 Look Mom, No MIDI!
3.6 Drag-and-Drop
3.7 Control Link
4.1 System Requirements
4.2 Set Up Your Audio Device
4.2.1 Supported Devices
4.2.2 Performance Monitor
4.3 Audio Device Input/Output Setup
4.3.1 What Are Software I/O Channels?
4.3.2 Audio I/O Setup Menu
4.3.3 Add or Remove Software I/O Channels
4.3.4 Assigning Hardware I/O to Software I/O Channels
4.3.5 Default Device I/O Setup
4.3.6 Audition Channel
4.4 Set Up Your MIDI Devices
4.4.1 Set Up MIDI Keyboards
4.4.2 Set Up External Hardware Instruments
4.4.3 Set Up Control Surfaces
4.4.4 Custom Placement of Control Surfaces
4.4.5 Use Your Computer Keyboard as a MIDI Keyboard
4.4.6 Using the PreSonus FaderPort
4.4.7 Reconnect Devices
4.5 Managing Your Content
4.5.1 User Data
4.5.2 File Types
4.5.3 Sound Sets
4.5.4 Instrument Library
4.5.5 Locating Plug-ins
4.5.6 Failed Plug-ins
4.7.1.2 Event Appearance
4.7.2 Audio Engine
4.7.2.2 Devices
4.7.3 Enable and Disable Services
5 Recording
5.1 Audio Tracks
5.1.1 Creating an Audio Track
5.1.2 Use and Create Presets
5.1.3 Confguring an Audio Track
5.1.4 Input/Output Selection
5.1.5 Tempo Mode
5.1.6 Record-Enabling an Audio Track
5.1.7 Software Monitoring
5.1.8 Hardware Monitoring
5.1.9 Setting Input Levels
5.2 Instrument Tracks
5.2.1 Creating an Instrument Track
5.2.2 Confguring an Instrument Track
5.2.3 Set Up a Virtual Instrument
5.2.4 Add a Virtual Instrument from the Browser
5.2.5 Set Up Multiple Virtual Instrument Outputs
5.2.6 Set Up a ReWire™ Application
5.2.7 Record Enabling an Instrument Track
5.2.8 Monitoring an Instrument Track
5.2.9 Monitoring a Virtual Instrument
5.2.10 Monitoring an External Instrument
5.3 Activating Recording
5.3.1 Manually
5.3.2 Pre-Roll
5.3.3 Auto Punch
5.4 Metronome Control
5.4.1 Turn the Metronome On/Of Manually
5.4.2 Set Up Metronome Behavior
5.4.3 Click in Playback
5.4.4 Click Only in Precount
5.4.5 Use Custom Sounds in the Metronome
5.5 Loop Recording on Audio Tracks
5.5.1 Selecting Takes of an Audio Event
5.5.2 Unpack Takes to New Tracks
5.6 Instrument Track Recording Modes
5.6.1 Record Mode Overdub and Replace
5.6.2 Loop Record Takes and Mix
5.7 Track Layers
5.8 Audio Recording Format
5.9 Creating a Good Monitor Mix
5.10 Cue Mixes and Zero-Latency Monitoring
5.10.1 Creating a Cue Mix Output
5.10.2 Mixing the Cue Mix
5.10.3 Monitoring Live Input in a Cue Mix
5.10.4 The Main Output as a Cue Mix
5.11 Print Efects While Recording
6.1 Events
6.2 Tool and Event Snapping
6.3 Arrange View Mouse Tools
6.3.1 Arrow Tool
6.3.1.1 Move an Event
6.3.1.2 Size an Event
6.3.1.3 Adjust Audio Event Volume Envelopes
6.3.1.4 Select Multiple Events
6.3.2 Range Tool
6.3.3 Split Tool
6.3.4 Eraser Tool
6.3.5 Paint Tool
6.3.6 Mute Tool
6.4 Common Editing Actions
6.4.1 Cut, Copy, Paste
6.4.2 Audio Event Slip
6.4.3 Audio Event Transpose and Tune
6.4.6 Explode Pitches to Tracks
6.4.7 Return to Start Position on Stop
6.4.8 Locate to the Mouse Cursor
6.4.9 Follow Song and Follow Edit Position
6.5 Edit View Event Editing
6.6 Editing Audio Events
6.6.1 Timebase and Quantize
6.7 Editing Instrument Parts
6.7.1 Timebase, Quantize, and Scale
6.7.2 Arrow Tool
6.7.3 Paint Tool
6.7.4 Eraser Tool
6.7.5 Mute Tool
6.7.6 Cut, Copy, Paste, and Duplicate Notes
6.7.7 Transposing Notes, Instrument Parts, and Tracks
6.7.8 Quantizing Instrument Parts
6.7.9 Quantize and Restore Timing
6.7.10 Freeze Quantize
6.7.11 Humanize
6.7.12 Music Editor Inspector
6.8 Editing Commands
6.8.1 Common Music Editing Commands
6.8.2 Event Menu Commands
6.9 Edit Groups
6.9.1 Creating Edit Groups
6.9.2 Dissolving Edit Groups
6.9.3 Temporarily Suspending Edit Groups
6.10 Timestretching
6.10.1 Manual Timestretching
6.10.2 Automatic Timestretching
6.10.3 Audio File Tempo Information
6.10.4 Tap Tempo
6.10.5 Timestretching Material Modes
6.10.6 Using Timestretch Cache
6.10.7 Default Tempo Mode for New Tracks
6.11 Undo History
6.12 Navigating with Zoom
6.12.1 Zoom History
6.12.2 Toggle Zoom
6.13 Editing Suggestions
6.13.1 Making Clean Edits
6.13.2 Listen While Editing
6.13.3 Eliminating Audible Artifacts
7.1 Importing Files with the Browser
7.1.1 Find an Audio File in the Browser
7.1.2 Preview an Audio File in the Browser
7.1.3 Import an Audio File into Your Song
7.1.4 Automatic MP3 to WAV Conversion
7.1.5 Importing MIDI Files with the Browser
7.1.6 Preview MIDI Files from the Browser
7.1.7 Export a MIDI File
7.1.7 Make Finding Your Favorite Files Easy
7.2.1 Navigate the Pool
7.2.2 Use Audio Files from the Pool
7.2.3 Import Audio Files to the Pool
7.2.4 Copy External Files to the Song Folder
7.2.5 Backup or Share Your Song
7.2.6 File and Folder Commands
7.2.7 Pool Commands
7.3 Instruments and Audio Efects
7.3.1 Browse for Virtual Instruments
7.3.2 Sort the Instruments View
7.3.3 Drag a Virtual Instrument into Your Song
7.3.4 Instrument Presets
7.3.5 Browse for Audio Efects
7.3.6 Sort the Audio Efects View
7.3.7 Drag an Audio Efect into your Song
7.3.8 Audio Efects Presets and FX Chains
7.5 Browsing Song and Project Content
7.6 Importing Other Application Project Files
8.1 Quickly Duplicating Events
8.2 Duplicating Tracks
8.3.1 Inserting Tempo Changes
8.4 Time Signature
8.4.1 Inserting Time Signature Changes
8.5.1 Bouncing Instrument Parts
8.5.2 Bouncing Audio Events
8.6 Adding Time to the Arrangement
8.7 Deleting Time from the Arrangement
9.1.1 Channel Features
9.1.3 Panner and Fader
9.1.5 Automation Mode
9.1.7 Expand Channel
9.1.8 Channel Types
9.1.8.3 Instrument
9.1.9 Console Panel Overview
9.1.9.2 Trash Bin
9.1.9.3 External
9.1.9.4 Instruments
9.1. 10 Alternative Console Layout
9.1.11 The Large Console
9.1.12 The Detached Console
9.2.2 Add an Insert
9.2.3 Edit an Insert
9.2.4 Reorder Inserts
9.2.5 Navigating Inserts
9.2.6 Copy an Insert to Another Channel
9.2.7 Bypassing and Deactivating Inserts
9.2.8 Remove an Insert
9.2.9 Hardware Inserts
9.2.11 Send to an FX Channel
9.2.12 Send Level and Pre/Post Fader
9.2.13 Sidechaining
9.2.14 Send to a Bus
9.2.15 Copy a Send to Another Channel
9.2.16 Navigate and Create Efects Presets
9.2.17 Store a Preset
9.2.18 Store a Default Preset
9.2.19 Use Presets to Build a Unique Sound
9.2.20 FX Chains
9.2.22 Save Solo
9.3.1 Create or Dissolve a Group in the Console
9.3.2 Group Behavior in the Console
9.3.3 Temporarily Suspend Groups
9.4.1 Peak Meters
9.4.2 Peak/RMS Meters
9.4.3 Main Out Clip Counter
9.4.4 K-System Metering
9.5 Automatic Plug-In Delay Compensation
9.6 Manual Audio Track Delay
9.7 Using the Marker Track
9.7.1 Inserting Markers
9.7.2 Navigating Markers
9.7.3 Song Start and End Markers
9.8 Looping During Mixing
9.9.1 Create a Mix
9.11.6 Maximizing Computer Processing Power
9.11.7 Block Size
9.11.8 Rendering and Deactivating Virtual Instruments
9.11.9 Audio Engine Overload
10.1 What is Automation?
10.2 Track Automation
10.2.1 Audio Track Automation
10.2.2 Turn Automation On/Of
10.2.3 Add Automation Envelopes to an Audio Track
10.2.4 Instrument Track Automation
10.2.5 Automation Tracks
10.3 Editing Track Automation Envelopes
10.3.1 Arrow Tool
10.3.2 Add a New Automation Point
10.3.3 Move an Automation Point
10.3.4 Delete an Automation Point
10.3.5 Editing Multiple Points at Once
10.3.6 Paint Tool
10.3.6.1 Draw an Automation Envelope
10.3.6.2 Draw with Figures
10.3.6.3 Transform Automation
10.4 Automation Modes
10.5 Instrument Part Automation
10.5.1 Recording Part Automation
10.5.2 View Part Automation
10.5.3 Manually Add and Edit a Part-Automation Envelope
11.1 What is Control Link?
11.2 Set Up Your External Devices
11.3 Map Your Keyboard
11.3.1 Controller Map Object Types
11.4 Control Linking
11.4.1 Parameter Windows
11.4.2 Link a Hardware Control to a Software Control
11.5 Global and Focus Mapping
11.5.1 Global Mapping
11.5.2 Focus Mapping
11.5.3 Control Link with External Instruments
11.5.4 Using Multiple External Devices
11.6 Automation with Hardware Controllers
11.6.1 Hardware Controller Capabilities
11.6.2 Touch Sensitivity
11.6.3 Endless Rotary Encoders and Fixed-Position Knobs
11.6.4 Writing Track Automation
11.6.5 Writing Instrument Part Automation
12 Mastering (Studio One Pro)
12.1 Creating a New Project
12.1.1 Project Setup
12.2 Adding Tracks
12.2.1 The Browser
12.2.3 Add an Audio File
12.2.4 Track Column
12.2.5 Meta-Information
12.3 Track Sequencing
12.3.1 Track Lane and Timeline
12.4 Editing Tracks
12.4.1 Sizing Tracks
12.4.2 Volume Envelope Editing
12.4.3 Crossfading Overlapping Tracks
12.4.4 Enabling and Disabling Tracks
12.5.1 Track Device Rack
12.5.2 Copy A Track’s Efects to Another Track
12.5.3 Using Hardware Inserts in a Project
12.6 Master Device Rack
12.7.1 Spectrum Meter
12.7.2 Level Meter
12.7.3 Phase Meter
12.8 Publishing Your Project
12.8.1 Burn an Audio CD
12.8.2 Burn Options
12.8.3 Make a Disk Image
12.8.4 Digital Release
12.8.5 SoundCloud Integration(Studio One Pro)
12.8.5.1 Connect with SoundCloud
12.8.5.2 Upload to SoundCloud
12.9 Song and Project Integration
12.9.1 Open a Song from Within a Project
12.9.2 Automatic Update of Mastering Files
12.9.3 Add Currently Open Song to a Project
12.9.4 Update a Mastering File from the Song Page
13 Built-In Efects
13.1 Built-In Efect Micro Views
13.2 Built-In Efect Metering Options
13.3.1 Phase Meter
13.3.2 Spectrum Meter
13.4.1 Analog Delay
13.4.2 Beat Delay
13.4.3 Groove Delay (Studio One Pro)
13.5.2 Red Light Distortion
13.6.1 Compressor
13.8.1 Binaural Pan
13.8.4 Channel Strip
13.9.1 Auto Filter
13.10.2 Room Reverb
13.11 Pipeline (Studio One Pro)
13.11.1 Confguring an Instance of Pipeline
13.11.2 Automatic Latency Compensation
13.11.4 Storing Pipeline Presets
13.11.5 Mixing Down with Pipeline
14 Built-in Virtual Instruments
14.1.1 Interface
14.1.2 Add and Play a Sample
14.1.3 Adjust Sample Playback Range
14.1.4 Loop a Sample
14.1.5 Change Root Note and Keymap Range
14.1.6 Playing Multiple Samples
14.1.7 Replace a Sample
14.1.8 Edit Pitch, Filter, and Amplifer Envelopes
14.1.9 Modulate Parameters with LFO
14.2.1 Interface
14.2.2 Add and Play Samples
14.2.3 Multiple Velocity Layers
14.2.4 Pitch Control
14.2.6 Filter Control
14.2.7 Grouping Pads
14.2.8 Using Multiple Outputs
14.3.1 Load and Play a Preset
14.3.2 Add SoundFonts to Your Library
14.3.3 Relative Control Parameters
14.3.4 Filter Control
14.3.6 Pitch and Vibrato Control
14.3.7 Modulation Control
14.3.8 Performance Controls
14.4.1 Interface
14.4.2 Oscillator
15 Video Playback and Sync (Studio One Pro)
15.1 Video Player Interface
15.2 Supported Video Formats
15.3 Import Video
15.4 Sync to Video
15.4.1 Using Follow Edit Position with Video
15.5 Platform Diferences
Appendix 1 Key Commands
Table 2 Features Excluded from Studio One Artist
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