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StudioLive General Discussion » Accidental reverse locate-mode action » Go to message
This has happened to me, during gigs, but I'm pretty sure it's always been my fault. However, the fader locate settings can be somewhat confusing and difficult to interpret.

I see it this way. You basically have two major options: Mix on the console, or Mix in software. However, in software, you can use VSL or the iPad, BUT all modes require some physical mixer interaction, such as channel gain, etc.

What's bad is when someone accidentally disengages the fader locate button and something is way too loud.

I set my iPad to default to fader locate so it automatically disables the faders as soon as I touch the ipad. I'll need to play with it because I haven't tweaked my workflow in a while, but it seems like this gave the ipad's settings precedence over the desk, but I'll have to check.
Studio One General Discussion » delete me » Go to message
Forget Chocolate Chips. Bacon Chip Cookies are freakin' awesome! Better yet, why not use both...

...Okay, I'm headed to the kitchen. See ya later!
16.0.2 » 16.0.2 and Studio One distortion issue » Go to message
This sounds like a sync issue. Have you check to make sure Studio One is synchronizing it's time to the same source as the interface. It should be that way by default, but stranger things have happened.

Have you made any changes in advanced settings that may have preceeded this problem?
16.4.2 » VSL fader problem » Go to message
Bump. This deserves some attention. I ran into this too. It simply does not make sense for the fader-levels to revert to physical location EVER while mixing in VSL. Such Behavior seems counter-intuitive to remote mixing?
AudioBox USB » Hearing MIDI on piano instead of headphones » Go to message
I'm still at a loss except to point out a few things for clarity sake. First, Presence is an instrument. If you're using your external keyboard for sound, Presence is not needed. Second, If you want to use Presence, you don't need to route anything to a hardware input. The virtual instrument (Presence) will have to be routed to an output bus. That will likely be the Main Bus in your case. Finally, If you want to use your external Keyboard for it's sounds, you will definitely need to connect the output to one of your AudioBox inputs in the same manner you would connect a guitar. In order to hear that input, you will have to enable monitoring. That's the little blue speaker button next to the record enable button (It is automatically selected when you record enable a track). This connection will have to be made every time you playback midi or you will have to record the midi track to an audio track. Good luck. Let me know when you get it sorted out.
Studio One General Discussion » Studio One 2 - Mixer Flow Diagram » Go to message
Try creating a new output bus. Then assign the new output to whatever output bus you choose.
Studio One General Discussion » delete me » Go to message
Been too busy to troll the forums today.
AudioBox VSL 1818 » Playback from headphones is nearly inaudible » Go to message
We're forum trolls and have no life. Jon Taylor is our King. We are here...We are always here...watching...waiting...okay that's starting to sound creepy!
Studio One General Discussion » What Instruments do you play? » Go to message
Howard was very active on the Steel Guitar Forums. In fact, I've been told he posted a few of our recordings out there. He was a great player.
Studio One General Discussion » What Instruments do you play? » Go to message
That's great. I've been up to the Continental a few times to see Haybale. Redd's a great player and a great guy. I used to have a Steel Guitar player named Howard Tate who knew Redd back in the California days. Howard used to run around with Roy Nichols back then. In fact, their guitar styles were eerily similar. He was a great guy. He passed away in 2009. I miss him a lot. We should have a cup of coffee sometime.
Studio One General Discussion » What Instruments do you play? » Go to message
Guitar and Voice are my main instruments. I play keyboards well enough to get by, I also play Drums, Bass and Harmonica. For years I focused on Folky, Acoustic stuff, but in recent years I've really gotten into that Chicken Pickin' thing, ala Brad Paisley, Vince Gill, Redd Volkeart, etc. I also have to agree with the Computer being an instrument. I'm a long-time user of Band-in-a-Box. It's a great tool for laying down ideas and creating arrangements.
Studio One General Discussion » Studio One with Studio Live mixers » Go to message
I think you'll be very happy with this setup. I have a 16.4.2 that I use in live situations, and a FSMobile that I use at home. On the occasion that I've set up the SL at home, I daisy chain the FSMobile so I can use the midi ports. That's one thing I miss on the 16.4.2. I would like to someday replace the FSMobile with a 16.0.2. If you're recording live, you may consider using Capture. I've done both. They each have their strengths, but Capture files open directly in S1. It's so simple to open Capture, create a new session, click arm all, and hit record. Four Steps and you're laying down tracks.

BTW, the XMAX pres are money. They sound fantastic. They don't introduce any noise at all. I would put them up against any pre on the market. They're top-notch!
AudioBox USB » Hearing MIDI on piano instead of headphones » Go to message
This may well be a hardware setup problem. I don't have an Audiobox to test or do a video with, but I would start by first getting the audio from the external keyboard returning to an input channel on the Audiobox. It sounds like (I could be wrong) you want to use the audio from the piano rather than a VSTi, and that's perfectly okay. If you enable inputs on the S1 mixer, you will see what channel the audio is coming in on provided you can hear it. If you can't hear it, or see signal, you have to solve that first. On the midi side, treat the piano like an external midi instrument, and on the audio side, treat it like a guitar. That's the best advice I can give you at this point.
AudioBox USB » Hearing MIDI on piano instead of headphones » Go to message
Here it is. I really hope this helps. Let me know either way.

AudioBox USB » Hearing MIDI on piano instead of headphones » Go to message
Don't send to midi out. I'll do a screen capture tomorrow.
 
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