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bmurrin wrote:Great to see the continuing saga.

But...no folder tracks?! Please, please add this feature! My last orchestral piece (done in Cubase) was 87 tracks. I simply don't know what I would have done if I hadn't been able to organize my work in folder tracks. I can't imagine scrolling up and down through a gazillion tracks....and I don't want to have to!

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I agree but what I have found is that I use more of the mixer (with group tracks) at this stage than I do the event view. The tracks themselves can get really small and a simple double click opens them in the editor.

Yeah I know, not a replacement but hang in there, they're coming.

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Ok, well I didn't get the input on the song like I hoped so let the mixing begin. I have 2 guitar tracks to mix in from another person and may just go straight to vocals now.

Thanx for your patience.

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I agree but what I have found is that I use more of the mixer (with group tracks) at this stage than I do the event view. The tracks themselves can get really small and a simple double click opens them in the editor.

Yeah I know, not a replacement but hang in there, they're coming.


Okay...hanging in.

BTW, how do you generate a click track to use when collaborating with other users? Is there a way to capture the built-in click (metronome) without having to record it through a mic? (There's got to be something better.)

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bmurrin wrote:
I agree but what I have found is that I use more of the mixer (with group tracks) at this stage than I do the event view. The tracks themselves can get really small and a simple double click opens them in the editor.

Yeah I know, not a replacement but hang in there, they're coming.


Okay...hanging in.

BTW, how do you generate a click track to use when collaborating with other users? Is there a way to capture the built-in click (metronome) without having to record it through a mic? (There's got to be something better.)


Well, when sharing a song from Studio One to another Studio One owner, you just open the song file and turn on the click.

Now if you're sharing with a different DAW user, I just open a midi track with impact, pick a sound click for 4 bars then duplicate it the length of the song. Takes only 2 minutes.

Other than that, there's no other way I know of.

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It's for another user. Thanks. (I was using the 2nd way but wondered if there was another.)
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Ok, the holidays are nearly over and the next batch of videos are under way. Next up is vocal tracking and bringing in the tracks from other musicians. Only 2 people actually supplied tracks so that part won't take as long as first thought.

So please stay tuned and I'll be popping these up over the next few days.

Thanx again fr you all being so patient!

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Waaaa! Hard drive melt down!! $#@&^^$% %$#$@#%$$ !!!!!!!

Gotta edit all over again!! Lucky I kept all the raw footage. (sigh...) Ok, I will get these up ASAP!! I just hope I don't lose my "Sticky Status" for it taking so long.

Thanx again for the patience!!

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Gi-Normous sorrys! Hope you get it fixed soon without too much "arghhhhhhh!".

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skip jones wrote:Gi-Normous sorrys! Hope you get it fixed soon without too much "arghhhhhhh!".

Skip


I can't even begin to tell you what came out of my mouth when it crapped out. It went down right in the middle of an upload. Imagine my terror!!!!

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Man - this is awesome. Watching the videos now. As someone new to all this, this is exactly the type of insight I was looking for. I can't wait to watch all the video and read the thread.

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Fezzler wrote:Man - this is awesome. Watching the videos now. As someone new to all this, this is exactly the type of insight I was looking for. I can't wait to watch all the video and read the thread.

Fez


That's great to hear. There 16 videos in total so far and more are on the way. I've had to reshoot many of the new ones as I had a hard drive crash just before my NAMM trip and stupid me didn't have everything backed up yet But more are to come soon so stay tuned after you watch all these.

Thanx again

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themuzic wrote:
Fezzler wrote:Man - this is awesome. Watching the videos now. As someone new to all this, this is exactly the type of insight I was looking for. I can't wait to watch all the video and read the thread.

Fez


That's great to hear. There 16 videos in total so far and more are on the way. I've had to reshoot many of the new ones as I had a hard drive crash just before my NAMM trip and stupid me didn't have everything backed up yet But more are to come soon so stay tuned after you watch all these.

Thanx again


Johnny, I have seen all 16 vids and all I have to say is kudos to you bro!!! The actual process of writing a song is an arduous task. But, its always fun. Playing and recording the parts, then editing and ....cheating that everyone does lol. Maybe someone can do a tutorial on writing a song using MIDI. Editing, and cheats along the way and then......rendering the VST's and any hardware synths finishing up with mixing. Of course if anyone wanted to contribute their tracks through using the dropbox on soundcloud would add spice. Maybe do an internet session......

Anyhoo, keep on with the series Johnny!!!!

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trvqnyc wrote:
themuzic wrote:
Fezzler wrote:Man - this is awesome. Watching the videos now. As someone new to all this, this is exactly the type of insight I was looking for. I can't wait to watch all the video and read the thread.

Fez


That's great to hear. There 16 videos in total so far and more are on the way. I've had to reshoot many of the new ones as I had a hard drive crash just before my NAMM trip and stupid me didn't have everything backed up yet But more are to come soon so stay tuned after you watch all these.

Thanx again


Johnny, I have seen all 16 vids and all I have to say is kudos to you bro!!! The actual process of writing a song is an arduous task. But, its always fun. Playing and recording the parts, then editing and ....cheating that everyone does lol. Maybe someone can do a tutorial on writing a song using MIDI. Editing, and cheats along the way and then......rendering the VST's and any hardware synths finishing up with mixing. Of course if anyone wanted to contribute their tracks through using the dropbox on soundcloud would add spice. Maybe do an internet session......

Anyhoo, keep on with the series Johnny!!!!


I concur! Johnny, your vids are excellent, and it's impressive watching you work in S1. I'm really looking forward to the next set of videos. THANK YOU!
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Hey guys. Thanx for all that. I lost the 8 videos that were supposed to follow up on this and have had to reshoot everything. On top of that, getting the NAMM stuff posted has proven to be a bit of a challenge.....lol.

So I'm almost done with the NAMM Stuff and hopefully start rendering the next vids for this series.

Thanx for being patient.

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Wow Johnny, this is excellent stuff. I just came across these videos a few days ago and have watched them all. I got into S1 with the holiday promotion and although I haven't done much yet, I certainly plan to. I have the Pro version arriving tomorrow so after I get that installed, I'll start actually using it. I've just been doing my "homework" up to this point.

One question I have is the footpedal that you are using to punch in...is that hooked up through your Faderport? Unfortunately I invested in the Alphatrack years ago but I've read that's not the best for S1. I would like to get a Faderport however, I've got to cap the spending at some point (anyone have a cheap Faderport for sale?).

Anyway thanks again...you are really inspiring me to get to work on this stuff.
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