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Handy Video on how to make a simple step sequencer out of Studio One and Impact.
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Joined: 02/12/2011 15:38:39
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Location: Wellington, New Zealand

This is a cool trick that Charles (Charles ConQuer Jones Comer) has done after seeing some videos by Bill Edstrum.
Thought you all might like to see it. It was originally posted on the Studio One Facebook page.

BTW using some keyboard shortcuts for muting etc would make the process quicker but Charles has demonstrated the menu option. That way you know the process and can see it.. Using shortcuts hides the process a little.

to Charles for sharing this

I am sure the imaginative folks out there could expand on this.. But it is a simple and useful process he has demonstrated.

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Now if I only knew what a step sequencer was.
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That was a great idea actually.

I modified his method using a macro to get a similar result without having to dig into the browser or save a midi file. Macro attached below, it places split muted notes on GM Kick, Snare and Hat.

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