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luiz.toniolo
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Hi. I'm 24, "brazilian trance producer" that really loves Trance music style. I've been using S1 since very first version 1.0 to produce all my trance tracks and I have until now 3 trance tracks that I wanna share with you guys. S1 is great for ANY style of music, its easy, intuitive, fast and has the BEST sound quality, since you start making the very frist beats until you hit RENDER on it!

I really love this DAW and I will only use it forever.

Check my tracks here:









Thanks. Hope you like it!

Luiz Toniolo.

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nice vibe
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temperedline wrote:nice vibe


Thanks mate!
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Great Trance music (Bravo) !

Big sound, and great mix, Studio One has lots of headroom for Trance music, and other electronic music genres. I just wish they had a pattern-editing mode in version 2, but I guess we have to wait for this type of feature to be implemented.

Thanks for sharing,
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muziksculp wrote:G eat Trance music (Bravo) !

Big sound, and great mix, Studio One has lots of headroom for Trance music, and other electronic music genres. I just wish they had a pattern-editing mode in version 2, but I guess we have to wait for this type of feature to be implemented.

Thanks for sharing,
Muziksculp


I'm waiting for this feature since version 1 ehehehhe. IMO, its the most important feature that is missing in S1 to do Eletronic Music.

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luiz.toniolo wrote:
muziksculp wrote:G eat Trance music (Bravo) !

Big sound, and great mix, Studio One has lots of headroom for Trance music, and other electronic music genres. I just wish they had a pattern-editing mode in version 2, but I guess we have to wait for this type of feature to be implemented.

Thanks for sharing,
Muziksculp


I'm waiting for this feature since version 1 ehehehhe. IMO, its the most important feature that is missing in S1 to do Eletronic Music.


Let's hope Presonus does not sleep on this feature, I feel not having such a feature is the biggest weakness of S1-Pro v2.

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muziksculp wrote:
luiz.toniolo wrote:
muziksculp wrote:G eat Trance music (Bravo) !

Big sound, and great mix, Studio One has lots of headroom for Trance music, and other electronic music genres. I just wish they had a pattern-editing mode in version 2, but I guess we have to wait for this type of feature to be implemented.

Thanks for sharing,
Muziksculp


I'm waiting for this feature since version 1 ehehehhe. IMO, its the most important feature that is missing in S1 to do Eletronic Music.


Let's hope Presonus does not sleep on this feature, I feel not having such a feature is the biggest weakness of S1-Pro v2.


I've been asking and supporting all feature requests related to some step sequencer based stuff... Hope they will look deep into this...
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Hey....nice stuff to listen to. They are very well composed and mixed! Here's some comments for each.

1st track: at parts in the breakdown where you bring up the distortion, even though that is the intention, it starts to sound much like digital distortion/clipping...no biggie....maybe a warmer distortion there instead.

2nd track: your vocal ah's....they sound a bit thin, centered, and a little back. They should have the slight effect of a lead synth or even a lead pad, with maybe some chops and delays, swells and some panning for some motion.

3rd track: you should change those drum fills to something more crisp and clear. They are way too soft!

For all three, the sound is slightly dated....but not necessarily a bad thing since they are also rather mellow (remembers me of Shah), but since you have some techy percussion and swing going on (Nic Chagall, Sander van Doorn, and a bit of Tritonal), I feel a little more current sounds and effects would be nice....only my opinions though. Also, they are a bit lengthy. You have great structure, but as the track goes on, it seems more redundant....like you want to just throw in one more thing, and follow the exact reverse structure of the intro as your outro. Again, just my opinions. Otherwise, again, very nice sounding tracks!
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luiz.toniolo wrote:
muziksculp wrote:
luiz.toniolo wrote:
muziksculp wrote:G eat Trance music (Bravo) !

Big sound, and great mix, Studio One has lots of headroom for Trance music, and other electronic music genres. I just wish they had a pattern-editing mode in version 2, but I guess we have to wait for this type of feature to be implemented.

Thanks for sharing,
Muziksculp


I'm waiting for this feature since version 1 ehehehhe. IMO, its the most important feature that is missing in S1 to do Eletronic Music.


Let's hope Presonus does not sleep on this feature, I feel not having such a feature is the biggest weakness of S1-Pro v2.


I've been asking and supporting all feature requests related to some step sequencer based stuff... Hope they will look deep into this...


It's been confirmed that they are working on something related to this.

Nice tunes!!

I don't think they sound dated, but I do think they are a bit long. I think you can make a song in about 3 or 4 minutes, plus a minute to mix in and mix out, so max 6 minutes. Get to the point, make your statement, and get out.

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illumin wrote:Hey....nice stuff to listen to. They are very well composed and mixed! Here's some comments for each.

1st track: at parts in the breakdown where you bring up the distortion, even though that is the intention, it starts to sound much like digital distortion/clipping...no biggie....maybe a warmer distortion there instead.


Thanks mate! There is no clipping. Its a controlled distortion using Sylenth1 own distortion. But of course, maybe there is way too much, so it sounds like a little bit "overcompressed"/digital clipping. I'll consider it to my next track when using distortion.

illumin wrote:2nd track: your vocal ah's....they sound a bit thin, centered, and a little back. They should have the slight effect of a lead synth or even a lead pad, with maybe some chops and delays, swells and some panning for some motion.


Indeed. This kind of sound need to be wide using panning and need to create more movement using gates, chops, etc. Nice point!

illumin wrote:3rd track: you should change those drum fills to something more crisp and clear. They are way too soft!


Actually I guess it sounds soft because I'm using TOO much reverb by automating the DRY/WET knob. So to make it more crisp, I guess I can't go any further with DRY/WET reverb knob, by this way the sounds are going to get more defined. Hope so... Thanks for the advice!

illumin wrote:For all three, the sound is slightly dated....but not necessarily a bad thing since they are also rather mellow (remembers me of Shah), but since you have some techy percussion and swing going on (Nic Chagall, Sander van Doorn, and a bit of Tritonal), I feel a little more current sounds and effects would be nice....only my opinions though. Also, they are a bit lengthy. You have great structure, but as the track goes on, it seems more redundant....like you want to just throw in one more thing, and follow the exact reverse structure of the intro as your outro. Again, just my opinions. Otherwise, again, very nice sounding tracks!


Thanks for all your advices mate. I'll consider all them in my next tracks. There is no other way to improve without asking for producers/people opinions. I need to recheck all the structure of my productions, 'cause they are sounding pretty standard (" boring").

Do you produce Trance too? Do you have some soundcloud account? I would like to check your work...

All the best. Cheers.

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Toth wrote:

Nice tunes!!

I don't think they sound dated, but I do think they are a bit long. I think you can make a song in about 3 or 4 minutes, plus a minute to mix in and mix out, so max 6 minutes. Get to the point, make your statement, and get out.


Thanks mate. Yeah, you're right. 8 minutes its way TOO long to show any ideia. Need to improve how I use the time of track to show my ideias. I'll work in this for next one.

Cheers, all the best.
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Hi,

Any idea/guesses as to when the next major Studio One Pro V2 update is going to be released ? I would love to see them offer a new pattern-sequencing feature in the next big update.

Oh.. well, we will have to see what they offer next

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muziksculp wrote:Hi,

Any idea/guesses as to when the next major Studio One Pro V2 update is going to be released ? I would love to see them offer a new pattern-sequencing feature in the next big update.

Oh.. well, we will have to see what they offer next

Cheers,
Muziksculp


I guess that we are going to see some step sequencer only in version 3 or 4. Not for now...
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Fixed the players! Looks much cleaner now! Thanks for all feedback guys! S1 all the way!
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luiz.toniolo wrote:
illumin wrote:Hey....nice stuff to listen to. They are very well composed and mixed! Here's some comments for each.

1st track: at parts in the breakdown where you bring up the distortion, even though that is the intention, it starts to sound much like digital distortion/clipping...no biggie....maybe a warmer distortion there instead.


Thanks mate! There is no clipping. Its a controlled distortion using Sylenth1 own distortion. But of course, maybe there is way too much, so it sounds like a little bit "overcompressed"/digital clipping. I'll consider it to my next track when using distortion.

illumin wrote:2nd track: your vocal ah's....they sound a bit thin, centered, and a little back. They should have the slight effect of a lead synth or even a lead pad, with maybe some chops and delays, swells and some panning for some motion.


Indeed. This kind of sound need to be wide using panning and need to create more movement using gates, chops, etc. Nice point!

illumin wrote:3rd track: you should change those drum fills to something more crisp and clear. They are way too soft!


Actually I guess it sounds soft because I'm using TOO much reverb by automating the DRY/WET knob. So to make it more crisp, I guess I can't go any further with DRY/WET reverb knob, by this way the sounds are going to get more defined. Hope so... Thanks for the advice!

illumin wrote:For all three, the sound is slightly dated....but not necessarily a bad thing since they are also rather mellow (remembers me of Shah), but since you have some techy percussion and swing going on (Nic Chagall, Sander van Doorn, and a bit of Tritonal), I feel a little more current sounds and effects would be nice....only my opinions though. Also, they are a bit lengthy. You have great structure, but as the track goes on, it seems more redundant....like you want to just throw in one more thing, and follow the exact reverse structure of the intro as your outro. Again, just my opinions. Otherwise, again, very nice sounding tracks!


Thanks for all your advices mate. I'll consider all them in my next tracks. There is no other way to improve without asking for producers/people opinions. I need to recheck all the structure of my productions, 'cause they are sounding pretty standard (" boring").

Do you produce Trance too? Do you have some soundcloud account? I would like to check your work...

All the best. Cheers.


Sorry, didn't realize I missed this....Good stuff nonetheless. Yes, I produce trance as well, and other stuff. Feel free to listen at http://soundcloud.com/djillumin....also http://soundcloud.com/winter-lies but there won't be too much finished stuff but you'll find some nifty stuff Look forward to hearing more.
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