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tomorrowstk
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I am wondering if I have missed something in my search for info on multitrack drum editing with V2. Does anyone have or know of a good source for any info on the sublject?

Thanks in advance.
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MarkusHassold
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I'm using it to record and edit drums. What exactly do you want to know?
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tomorrowstk
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I just want to know some basics for getting started. Is it like using elastic audio and beat markers in Pro Tools? I think I just want to see how some are doing it in S1.
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tomorrowstk wrote:I just want to know some basics for getting started. Is it like using elastic audio and beat markers in Pro Tools? I think I just want to see how some are doing it in S1.


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tomorrowstk
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Thank you Jpettit. This was exactly what I was looking for. Studio One users are the best people ever!
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I can tell you it works easily. Group-editing - group-comping - and the quantizing as well. On the Frankfurt music-fair I have got some additional knowledge about the function, talking to one of the developers. You have the possibility to define, which tracks in the edit-group should be the leading tracks, which are defining how to get to the grid - others will follow - so the tracks with too many cymbals or ghost-notes will not confuse the system.

It simply works great!
Presonus Firestudio Tube,
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Presonus Inspire 1394, Faderport, Bluetube DP, HP 4, Bluemax.....
MacBookPro 4.1, 17" ( late 2008 ),
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External harddisc (3.5" - 7200 rpm) with eSATA connection through a Sonnet express-card.
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