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noushin5420
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Hi Thanks for the feed back I now have Audio box routed to the Ezdrummer but still there is no sound on playback once I have dragged a midid file into the tiome line. 3 days trying to get this to work, driving me insane. Cheers
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noushin5420 wrote:Hi Ine new to all this can anyone help. I cant get ezdrummer to work with presonus. I can drag the midi info ac cross and it appears but there is no sound on playback. Thanks

Please don't post your problems in this thread, but make a separate thread in the Technical Support forum instead.
Posting these things here will make this thread less useful, since its purpose is to provide tips.
This is not specifically aimed to you, noushin5420. I quoted you because your post was the most recent one...

Thanks in advance to all for keeping this thread uncluttered in the future!!
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Om not sure if this has been mentioned but since I my self stumbled upon it I decided to mention it.
You can select more then one fx or instrument in the browser before using the lovely drag and drop.
I know it is silly that I only found this now but hey... That's the joy of finding new simple stuff in a software.
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jpettit wrote:Not sure if this is common knowledge, but you can make 3rd party Multi Channels Instrument presets in S1 with two simple steps.
1) insert at least one FX on each channels of your multi-channels Instrument. (My presets use the mix tool as a minimal FX but add EQ or compressor if you typically use them)
2) Add a short piece of MIDI data and drag it to the browser Files section as a musicloop. ( the event can be deleted as you use the Instrument)
3) Pack it as a sound set and even upload your preset to the Exchange if you think it is a common plugin people use.

It will load the Instrument with your Instrument all of it's configurations + all the S1 channels that you have set up with the appropriate FX for each channels all in on drop! This is a great time saver for people who adhoc want to set up completed Instrument set ups.

Here are a few common drum VSTs that I will upload to the Exchange. Only BFD2 loads its own pitch names. I will include pitch names in the sound set so ti is easy to also load them as a second step.


This is amazing. I'm sorry, after searching the manual as well as googling and just trying stuff in S1, I can't figure out how to save something as a soundset. Can you spell that out please?

Thanks!

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Here is a couple fo things that might help:
The instruction for creating a Soundset are built in to the help menu in S1


In essence when you have the Instrument/ multi channels template set up they way you want drag a small MIDI drum loop event from the arranger into the browser (file tab i.e. My Templates/My multipreset dir ) to create a .musicloop. You can then use this musicloop as your preset. on your machine. If you are doing this just for you that is all you need. You do not need to make a Soundset.

If you want to share it with others on the Exchange, then follow the instructions in the Soundset Builder help to "Pack" your folder for that preset into a Soundset.
Once you have a sound set created locally on your machine you can upload it to the Exchange.



On another note not to be confused with simple Soundsets made up of non sampled sounds, here is a stream lined version of how to do the most complicated Soundset. A Samples base presets for the Exchange. ( this is for example uploading a multi sampled layered drum kit )

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Thanks! I was dragging into the soundset tab
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A really nice video tip on copying and replacing vocal lines/intonations with other phrases /timings using Melodyne.
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db wrote:sunmachine

How to load pitch name presets in Studio One - Part 2

Loading presets via drag and drop

Alternative to use the Pitch Name Editor you can simply drag and drop a pitch name preset file from the file browser into the pitch name area of the Music Editor. You can select preset files in arbitrary locations on your hard drive -- it’s not necessary for the files to reside in a particular place. The file name extension of these preset files is .pitchlist (not shown in the Studio One file browser).



Tip: Use the bookmark feature of the file browser to create a quick link to your pitch names preset folder:



Hmmmm, some users have requested feature to have pitch names on notes, so temporarily you could do pitch names preset to include all the note names . Not the same, but better than only seeing C -notes on the keyboard?.
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Waveformbakery wrote:
Hmmmm, some users have requested feature to have pitch names on notes, so temporarily you could do pitch names preset to include all the note names . Not the same, but better than only seeing C -notes on the keyboard?.

Yepp! And the good thing is they're already done!
See here http://forumsarchive.presonus.com/posts/list/2661.page
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sunmachine wrote:
Waveformbakery wrote:
Hmmmm, some users have requested feature to have pitch names on notes, so temporarily you could do pitch names preset to include all the note names . Not the same, but better than only seeing C -notes on the keyboard?.

Yepp! And the good thing is they're already done!
See here http://forumsarchive.presonus.com/posts/list/2661.page


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LMike wrote:Hotspots

Max may get more into this later but investigate the "Hotspots" in the key command list. Here is an example where I've mapped Create Range From Cursor To Hotspot to Alt + H, which creates a range from cursor to transient.



Another example with midi using the same command. The first hotspot is the clip edge. The second is the next midi note.





I like it. Do you know a way hot to do it from hotspot to cursor ?.
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db wrote:Studio One v2 - Performance Monitor

Ever wondered what the exact CPU usage was for each and every plugin (FX or Instrument) in Studio One v1? Now in v2 you can find that out easily. Go to View > Performance Monitor and click on the "Show Devices" button. You will now be presented with a very in depth breakdown of CPU usage in your Song....



This also includes latency and the specific location of the plugin used in a Song.


As an alternative, just click the performance meter to view same!
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I wrote this for myself to better understand the difference between Merge, Bounce, Transform and Export/Import Stem
It might be helpful to others.

Merge, Bounce, Transform and Export/Import Stem
These approaches and terms can be confusing as the can do similar things but do in fact have unique aspects. Think of Merge and Bounce as ways to clean up or uncluttered a song’s events. Merge is more flexible than bounces as it can be dissolved, but bounce makes copies of the source file if you want to apply variations of FX on the same source file. Transform supplies the ultimate (reduce my CPU need), balance of rendering with the ability to un-transform if needed but at a track level. Exporting and importing a stem give you the additional ability to mix/merge tracks.

Merge Events: will Glue the events together in to an Audio/Instrument Part which can be dissolved back into its separate parts later. Parts are useful for clean up, convenient moves, if you want to duplicate the combined events, want to apply a consistent edits to many events or drag many events into the Browser as a single audio loop (retaining each slice or event).

Bounce Audio Events: Renders a copy of the event(s) (as in a new file in the pool) in place. This can be helpful if you want to apply different transient edits or Melodyne Edits to the same original event to create variation. ( create a copy first or drag from pool)
It will also merge multiple selected events on the same track together in to a new copy of the combined events. This is useful to clean up a track that may have many audio slices or events on it.
It does not apply or remove the FX’s that are on the corresponding channel. It also by default extends the event to the nearest measure.

Bounce Instrument Events: Will render the Instrument MIDI data to and audio event on a new track. It will then mute the original Instrument track. Instrument bounce will apply FX’s that are on the corresponding, Instrument Channel but keep the FX on the original muted Instrument track. It can be helpful if an external or internal Instrument needs to be rendered to audio.

Bounce to New Track: is very much like Bounce Instrument in that its uses the FX on the Channel to create a new track and mutes the original. This gives you more flexibility in the Bouncing process for audio tracks in that the original with the original FX are kept in the project but the event is muted. This mean you can with a few clicks get back to the original or create many FX variation on the same source file on additional tracks. Or think of it as a convenient way to copy( not duplicate) an event at the same point in time to a new track

Transform Audio Track: will render the audio with the FX that are on the corresponding Channel in place as well as use the Auto tail feature to include long delays or decays. This is a more flexible way to apply FX to and audio track for the sake of reducing CPU hungry FX’s as it applies the FX and is un-doable.

Transform Instrument Track: Like Audio Transform Track but has too many options to explain here as it also deals with removing instruments and rendering multiple outputs for a given instrument. It is the ultimate Freeze un- freeze choice for instruments.

Export Stems /Import to track (case) The option can yield a similar results as the Bounce to track option as you can try many variation of FX and Event edits between each render to a track. It also has the unique ability to mix of merge multiple tracks into one track. I.E the historical " reel to reel" root to the term “bounce”.

Hope that helps some.
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I haven't seen this one mentioned yet but seems rather cool to me. You can engage play and then toggle in and out of record using the * (asterisk) key on the number key pad.
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