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Studio One Feature Requests » Two suggestions for MIDI track edit window » Go to message
It is possible to select a single note or sound from the keyboard at the left, but I would like to be able to select a range of notes (eg. from G4 to D5) for editing, and haven't figured out any way to do this.
Studio One FAQ » STUDIO ONE WILL NOT PLAYBACK ANY SOUND THREW MY HEADPHONES!!! » Go to message
Please don't throw your headphones.
Studio One Forum Community Support » kore no sound, midi looks right » Go to message
From the photo given, you have not yet selected a Koresound to play. Double click on "A Love Lead" in the right hand window. Does it load correctly? Do the 8 Knobs activate with parameters assigned to them? I apologize in advance if you already know this, but until you load a sound or more, Kore is just an empty host.

Attached is a screenshot of Kore (not Koreplayer) with "A Love Lead" loaded up in Studio One.
Studio One Feature Requests » Instrument Definitions for external hardware synthesisers » Go to message
I'll jump in with an Amen here. I did request this in another thread.
Studio One Feature Requests » A new intuitive way of using REX files » Go to message
For some reason, I am unable to use RX2 files in S1. I can preview them in the browser, and they seem to lock to the tempo, but when I drag them to the tracks window, they don't "stick." Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?
Studio One Feature Requests » Patch Manager for Hardware Synths » Go to message
This is what I was trying to request in another thread.

Studio One Feature Requests » Substitute Command would be nice. » Go to message
In SVP, I could select a MIDI note (or group of MIDI notes) and replace them with an audio file from the clipboard. I could (for example) replace a bunch of MIDI notes with a better kick drum sample. Looking through manual I didn't see a way to do this.

I could (of course), load the samples into a sample playback VSTi and assign them to the same MIDI note #, but the other way was so quick and easy.
Studio One General Discussion » Two Studio One Pro Questions... » Go to message
Thank you for the response. I'm not sure that I was clear on the second issue, however. In my old DAW, ,I could select a MIDI program and it would send a program change to the device. I could control the patches without leaving the DAW screen. Can I simply send a MIDI program change from within Studio One?
Studio One General Discussion » Two Studio One Pro Questions... » Go to message
Is there any way to randomize the velocities of selected notes in the Instrument Edit window? ie. assign a range (100-127) and have the velocities be randomized within these values.

How and where do I store and select patch names for an external device? I use a guitar processor with MIDI-switchable presets. How can I select program 34 "Jazzy Twin" within Studio One? Is there a place to type in the patch names with their corresponding program #s for recall?

Thanks for any help.
Studio One Feature Requests » Select Note Range Request » Go to message
Thank you. It actually appears to be Command-Click on the Mac, but it works. Just what I needed.

Edit: It appears you can only select one pitch at a time using this method. I would like to be able to "Shift-Command-Click" or something to select a range of notes from the keyboard in the Edit Instrument window. I tried all of the usual combinations but nothing worked. I guess I'll keep this as a feature request.
Studio One Feature Requests » Select Note Range Request » Go to message
In the Instrument Edit window, I'd like to be able to hit one of the keyboard keys on the left side of the window, and have it select all of the examples of that note in the track. In other words, if I have a snare drum on D2, selecting the D2 note on the window would select all of the examples of D2 in the track, so I can easily move them up to Eb or down to Db or...

This should also work as a range. If I have a piano part recorded, and want to edit the left hand notes, Shift-Clicking the notes on the keyboard should add to the selection until I have all of the notes selected, and then I can (transpose, time shift, erase...) all of them at once, or just the lowest octave or...

I was a long time Opcode Studio Vision user, and still believe that their last issue 4.5, back in 1999 had the most intuitive, powerful MIDI implementation. Everything was where it should be, and worked like you thought it should.

I have high hopes for Studio One, after being "underwhelmed" by most of the other DAWs out there.
 
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