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csj, please see my reply to your layering drums video's
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Please find over one hour of advance training for Melodyne V1 and V2 in Studio One V2.
(move here in order to provide a more permanent home)Chapter 1
• Introduction
• Basic navigation commands (optimal workflow
• Advance Pitch Corrections Techniques (not macro)

• Studio One Melodyne Training (Part 2)
• Melodyne Vocal Guide Tracks
• Melodyne as a Vocal Guide Track
• Decomposing and Recomposing a Vocal Harmonies*
• Polyphonic detection (cleanup)
• Cleaning up MDI data to use as a guide
• Timing adjustments

• Studio One Melodyne Training (Part 3)
• Two Approaches to using Melodyne to Create Harmonization's
• Within a Track*
• Separate Tracks
• Understanding the relationship between S1 Event and Melodyne’s working file
• Melodyne edits are linked to the Event (default)
• How to break the link

• Studio One Melodyne Training (Part 4)
• Melodyne Meta Data
• Tempo Mapping With Melodyne
• MIDI Augmentation and Notation
• Loops changing (pitch ,feel, tempo, chords*)
• Perfectly tuned guitars*

• Studio One Melodyne Training (Part 5) <=== Check this out if you are considering buying Melodyne V2
• Melodyne V2 with Studio One V2
• Editing Timing
• Synchronizing Back up Vocals
• ARA (better cursor syncing)
• Time Handles
• Attack Speed
• Changing Loop Sounds
• Drum loops (attack, sustain)
• Overview of Changes

Enjoy
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FRs: Tempo Detection & Mapping
Training Videos: Advance Melodyne, Creating Macros, 2.5 New Features, Signal Flow, Audio Timing Drum Replacement, Tempo Mapping, Useful Macros, Transformations, Layer/Takes/Comps
Simultaneous Audio Interfaces: Audiobox 1818VSL, RME 9632, Line 6 UX2, HF Presonus HP-60
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Silent sidechain trigger kick tutorial by me


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=sgb6CT165eE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=fVKJbaeys1U

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=5iFnwzL-1Kc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=dSVLAN52bkE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=1V_dcNlqlog

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=aZ0o6BTOhYA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=zUW_zjjgSIc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=GdXLIZ6rJWw

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=BgTfrQ76EAY

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=PDPgOi3-bt4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=lyXolnHXjUY
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I lot of people where asking what are macros good for or how do I make them.

Here are two 10 minute videos on Macros:

Macros Demo (Improving work flow with Macros):
This is a quick demo of a few ideas that are made possible via macros. Macros are something that can enhance your unique work flow, or fill in gaps in existing solutions or commands. Use it as food for thought.
1) Using them to better control S1 with an iPad (or Android) via SplashTop
2) Better and handy zooming
3) Better splitting options
4) Quick assignments of FX etc.

Making Macros:
1) Step by Step example of working with macros/backing them up
2) Making a macros
3) Assigning it to a button.
4) Creating an Icon (free icons and icon editors)


These videos are not available to the general public yet but can be viewed on this forum.

I am working a third one which covers adding Macros to Software Controllers
1) Ac-7 Core
2) V-Control Pro

As well as an update once the Exchange process get ironed out. At that point we should be able to share macros
Enjoy
My Website
FRs: Tempo Detection & Mapping
Training Videos: Advance Melodyne, Creating Macros, 2.5 New Features, Signal Flow, Audio Timing Drum Replacement, Tempo Mapping, Useful Macros, Transformations, Layer/Takes/Comps
Simultaneous Audio Interfaces: Audiobox 1818VSL, RME 9632, Line 6 UX2, HF Presonus HP-60
DAWs: Studio One Pro 2.6.1, Reaper 4.5, Sonar X3c Pro, Adobe Audition CS5
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themuzic
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jpettit wrote:I lot of people where asking what are macros good for or how do I make them.

Here are two 10 minute videos on Macros:

Macros Demo (Improving work flow with Macros):
This is a quick demo of a few ideas that are made possible via macros. Macros are something that can enhance your unique work flow, or fill in gaps in existing solutions or commands. Use it as food for thought.
1) Using them to better control S1 with an iPad (or Android) via SplashTop
2) Better and handy zooming
3) Better splitting options
4) Quick assignments of FX etc.

Making Macros:
1) Step by Step example of working with macros/backing them up
2) Making a macros
3) Assigning it to a button.
4) Creating an Icon (free icons and icon editors)


These videos are not available to the general public yet but can be viewed on this forum.

I am working a third one which covers adding Macros to Software Controllers
1) Ac-7 Core
2) V-Control Pro

As well as an update once the Exchange process get ironed out. At that point we should be able to share macros
Enjoy


Dude, these are fantastic! Much appreciated for your time and effort!!! I might actually use the Macros now....lol

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Thanks for all the training jpettit, I have learned a LOT from your vids!
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Studio One V2 Signal Flow Explained

Audio Flow
00:40 Input Setup
01:40 Input Inserts, printing effects, demonstrated
03:20 Logical buttons (explained)
04:15 Channels Input meters, location and activation
04:32 Tracks (something that holds events)
05:00 Record an Event on a track
05:30 Monitoring the recording
05:55 “The Channel” core to the mix
06:18 Channels Inserts
07:45 Channel Mute buttons (happen in more than one place in the flow)
09:30 Pan in relation to meters & other Mute points
10:30 Post Sends
12:00 Post and Pre Send usage
12:30 FX Bus explained (Safe Solo) buss meters
13:50 Channel Pre/Post Sends to Busses & Buss Pre and Post Sends demonstrated
17:00 Zero Latency Cue Mix via AB 1818 VSL explained
20:45 Zero Latency Cue Mix routing demonstrated
22:49 Regular (non zero latency) Cue Mix flow, usage
24:10 Click track signal flow/mixes
MIDI Flow
24:55 MIDI Input set up
26:30 MIDI Monitor
26:48 MIDI Soft Synths
27:00 Audio/ MIDI flow in Soft Synths
28:00 MIDI Monitor

Here is a Studio One V2 signal flow chart made by inputting various signals and measuring the signals via built in meters and level meter plugins inserted at all insert points.

It has been given the thumbs up by Jonathan Hillman from Presonus.

It follows the signal paths and not the GUI, so things like channels, tracks and mutes are logically shown.
It can be useful for: debugging your audio or MIDI flow, understanding pre vs post sends and inserts, the differences between FX and regular buses,meter reactions to faders and panning, actual mute points, click flows and various other mixing scenarios.
It currently at V1.6 but may be revised if other developers give input.

Here is a link to a 8.5 x11 page PDF for a hard-copy. http://www.mustardseedrecording.com/assets/S1V2Flow8x11V1.6.pdf
Here is a link to an A4 page PDF for a hard-copy http://www.mustardseedrecording.com/assets/S1V2FlowA4V1.6.pdf
Here is a link to a 1024x768 Wall paper. http://www.mustardseedrecording.com/assets/S1V2Flow1024x768V1.6.jpg
Here is a link to a 1440X900 Wall paper. http://www.mustardseedrecording.com/assets/S1V2Flow1440x900V1.6.jpg
Here is a link to a 1900X1200 Wall paper. http://www.mustardseedrecording.com/assets/S1V2Flow1900x1200V1.6.jpg
Here is a link to a 1900X1200 Black Wall paper. http://www.mustardseedrecording.com/assets/S1V2Flow1900x1200BlackV1.6.jpg

Here is a link to a 1920X1200 Black Wall paper. http://www.mustardseedrecording.com/assets/S1V2Flow1920x1200blackV1.5.jpg
Here is a link to a 1920X1200 Blue Wall paper. http://www.mustardseedrecording.com/assets/S1V2Flow1920x1200blueV1.5.jpg
Enjoy.

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My Website
FRs: Tempo Detection & Mapping
Training Videos: Advance Melodyne, Creating Macros, 2.5 New Features, Signal Flow, Audio Timing Drum Replacement, Tempo Mapping, Useful Macros, Transformations, Layer/Takes/Comps
Simultaneous Audio Interfaces: Audiobox 1818VSL, RME 9632, Line 6 UX2, HF Presonus HP-60
DAWs: Studio One Pro 2.6.1, Reaper 4.5, Sonar X3c Pro, Adobe Audition CS5
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LMike
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jpettit wrote:Sonar One V2 Signal Flow Explained

Freudian slip?

Great work, thanks.
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Ooops
After many many years of say the other "S" word..
Thanks
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FRs: Tempo Detection & Mapping
Training Videos: Advance Melodyne, Creating Macros, 2.5 New Features, Signal Flow, Audio Timing Drum Replacement, Tempo Mapping, Useful Macros, Transformations, Layer/Takes/Comps
Simultaneous Audio Interfaces: Audiobox 1818VSL, RME 9632, Line 6 UX2, HF Presonus HP-60
DAWs: Studio One Pro 2.6.1, Reaper 4.5, Sonar X3c Pro, Adobe Audition CS5
Computer: OS:Win7 64-bit, Core i7 950, ASUS P6X58D Premium, 12GB DDR3 1600, GeForce GTX 470 (for CUDA) ,SSD Boot & Cache drives, 1 Tera 7200 RPM SATA II Audio & Video drives, UAD-2 x2
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jpettit wrote:Ooops
After many many years of say the other "S" word..
Thanks


Haha, nobody cares. I was just yanking your chain a little.

Collectively (taken as a whole, imo, mmv, yada, yada, without dismissing anyone else's contributions) your tutorial vids and diagrams and similar are the best of all of them, as a general collection of helpful works, even compared to the official stuff.

You have mad skills my friend.

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jpettit wrote:Studio One V2 Signal Flow Explained


17:00 Zero Latency Cue Mix via AB 1818 VSL explained
20:45 Zero Latency Cue Mix routing demonstrated
22:49 Regular (non zero latency) Cue Mix flow, usage


fyi; I'm seeing a Round-Trip Latency of 23.85ms (@256 samples Buffer Size w/ZLM Cue Off).
Is this delay discrepancy (as shown in my OPTIONS Screen) just due to Mac vs. Win CPU's...or are you actually taking a real time measurement of the delay? Thanks for your patience and excellent videos jpettit!



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jpettit wrote:Ooops
After many many years of say the other "S" word..
Thanks


jpettit, thanks much for all your work. The vids are extremely helpful and I really like your presentation style.

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This is not one of my tutorials (obviously!), but it's by Virus Recordings, and anyone who's into Drum & Bass will know who they are.

Great to see they are using S1 too!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uENUJl_MqBM&feature=g-u-u
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This is part one of free set of Studio One 2.5 Enhancement videos. Merry Christmas!

This first one highlight 5 different way to use the new Transform functionality.

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FRs: Tempo Detection & Mapping
Training Videos: Advance Melodyne, Creating Macros, 2.5 New Features, Signal Flow, Audio Timing Drum Replacement, Tempo Mapping, Useful Macros, Transformations, Layer/Takes/Comps
Simultaneous Audio Interfaces: Audiobox 1818VSL, RME 9632, Line 6 UX2, HF Presonus HP-60
DAWs: Studio One Pro 2.6.1, Reaper 4.5, Sonar X3c Pro, Adobe Audition CS5
Computer: OS:Win7 64-bit, Core i7 950, ASUS P6X58D Premium, 12GB DDR3 1600, GeForce GTX 470 (for CUDA) ,SSD Boot & Cache drives, 1 Tera 7200 RPM SATA II Audio & Video drives, UAD-2 x2
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