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Studio One General Discussion » Burning DDP image (fixed in 2.02) » Go to message
Yes I have tested it and it works fine in 2.02.
AudioBox VSL 22 » AudioBox VSL promotion » Go to message
Yes I bought an 1818VSL and a HP60 then a week later I bought Studio One V2.
Wonder if the will offer a retro grace period or perhaps a coupon agaisnt future purchases?
Studio One General Discussion » Has anyone successfully exported .MIDI file from Studio One 2? » Go to message
jonathan wrote:I see, I'll look into this now.

EDIT: I can't duplicate this right away. Dragging melodyne'd audio to an instrument track, then dragging out the part to MIDI works just fine.


OK I got it to work for me by starting a new song and repeating the above steps as well.

Now to go figure out what is wrong with that previosu projects Melodyne tracks

Studio One General Discussion » Has anyone successfully exported .MIDI file from Studio One 2? » Go to message
Ok I don’t know if it was Jonathan or Adam

But the multi channel data was the main issue. ( with the test file)
The original file plays fine in the project, and imports as a musicloop but not a .mid
Setting it to "one channel only" made the file usable in S1V2 as well as Sibelius
So thanks for that part

However my original problem was detected when I was trying to drag a MIDI part from a Melodyned vocal track to Sibelius.
The original song with the MIDI part sourced from Melodyne still is not exporting to a good .MID file for Sibelius.
I just tried it with another instrument; re-drug the Melodyne MIDI part, and then exported. I then tried to drag the .MID file back in and I first get this message “Do You want to load General MIDI sounds for this file? Y/N” Answering either way will open new song and import a empty .MID file

Update: By pulling the bad .MID file into Reaper to see the actual .MID data (Hint Studio ONe needs a raw event view), I can see that the time stamps are way off.
Here is the starting position of the first note 2236962.1.53
So it looks like this might be a Melodyne MIDI drag issue.

Studio One General Discussion » Has anyone successfully exported .MIDI file from Studio One 2? » Go to message
LMike wrote:Hmmm... both work here. They both create a midi clip, *.mis and *.music... so... dunno.



Yes the one above your arrow.
.mid file
Studio One General Discussion » Has anyone successfully exported .MIDI file from Studio One 2? » Go to message
jonathan wrote:Could you provide a Song to us that has MIDI you have recorded?


I have sent many to support already.

Here is a strang behavior that still pizzles me.
A musicloop drag of the part out then in will work correctly
But opening the musicloop container and just dragging the .mid file will result in zero lenght notes.

Also the corrupted file has the note names, and velocity correct but durartions all set to Zero
Studio One General Discussion » Has anyone successfully exported .MIDI file from Studio One 2? » Go to message
Thanks, Yes here is my current status

Spent an hour on the phone with Presonus. (50 wait/10 talk)
They recommneded a reinstall.
Removed all Studio One V1 32/64 bit
Removed all Studio One V2 32/64 bit
Reinstall Studio One V2 32/64

Same results (.MID file with zero length notes)
I am not using default locations.
I have my Studio One user file soundest and instruments on my D: drive
Studio One General Discussion » Has anyone successfully exported .MIDI file from Studio One 2? » Go to message
Has anyone successfully exported .MIDI file from Studio One 2?

I am getting the following behavior:
  • Dragging a part out of S1V2 using the (Alt) command during drag to get just the .Mid file into the browser, then dragging it back into the project yield a file with each note set to zero duration and a different length than the original.

  • Dragging it out as a musicloop file then dragging the musicloop back in works correctly (good MIDI file)

  • Unpacking the musicloop file to reveal the .MID file, then dragging the .Mid file in alone yields a corrupted .Mid file again ( zero length notes)



  • This behavior is the same on 32 or 64 bit versions
    Studio One General Discussion » Studio One 2.0.2 is online » Go to message
    Thomas wrote:Dear Studio One users!

    - Keep Automation, solo and insert activation state on track transform
    - Pencil tool not working in tempo track
    - [Win] DDP export not working


    Thank you! I was effected by all three above.
    Studio One Tips and Tricks » Studio One Secrets (V1 and V2 Tips) » Go to message
    LMike wrote:Scroll & Zoom in Music Editor

    Not sure if this has been previously posted (... this tips & tricks thread is huge! Max is prolific. ) but you can SHIFT + Mouise Down in the piano roll to zoom vertically and scroll vertically in the Music Editor at the same time.



    This (Shift + Mouse to zoom ) and the (Ctrl + Mouse to line up) are great! Thanks
    Studio One General Discussion » Studio One V2.0 Audio Timing Training » Go to message
    First, thank for your kind words and you are welcome. I am glad some of you are finding it useful and for some even inspiring.
    I learned Studio One through the people on this forum and it is the least I could do to give back something in thanks.

    I am currently having a blast with the new ARA Melodyne interface and hope to have one more detailed video out shortly after the release of Melodyne 2.

    Peace
    jpettit
    Studio One General Discussion » Studio One V2.0 Audio Timing Training » Go to message
    Hello Presonus Studio One forum
    I would like to offer 35 minutes of Studio One V2 training today as a gift.

    If you are a musician or studio producer that records live groups that may have had a “timing” problem or perhaps the group has a strong drummer but weaker rhythm guitar or bass player please spend some time checking out these videos.

    If you are a singer/songwriter or record small groups who do not have other musicians such as a drummer or bass play you might find these videos helpful.

    If you are an electronic musician, or perhaps do post video editing you might learn something the tempo mapping or grid based quantizing videos.

    Here is the course outline:
    Studio One V2 Audio Timing Training
    Part One: Intro, basic background, manual transient editing, and groove tool to synch two musicians


    Part Two: Tempo Mapping, using a worse case song with tempo and time signature changes


    Part Three: Instant Gratification, grid/groove quantizing and multi-track phase coherent quantizing,


    I hope these videos help the Presonus Community get the most out of the new V2 transient /Audio Bend capabilities. Thanks to Johnny (themuzic) and Bill (bedstrom) for their help.
    Peace
    jpettit
    Studio One Tips and Tricks » Studio One User Videos » Go to message
    Hello Presonus Studio One forum
    I would like to offer 35 minutes of Studio One V2 training today as a gift.

    If you are a musician or studio producer that records live groups that may have had a “timing” problem or perhaps the group has a strong drummer but weaker rhythm guitar or bass player please spend some time checking out these videos.

    If you are a singer/songwriter or record small groups who do not have other musicians such as a drummer or bass play you might find these videos helpful.

    If you are an electronic musician, or perhaps do post video editing you might learn something the tempo mapping or grid based quantizing videos.

    Here is the course outline:
    Studio One V2 Audio Timing Training
    Part One: Intro, basic background, manual transient editing, and groove tool to synch two musicians


    Part Two: Tempo Mapping, using a worse case song with tempo and time signature changes


    Part Three: Instant Gratification, grid/groove quantizing and multi-track phase coherent quantizing,


    I hope these videos help the Presonus Community get the most out of the new V2 transient /Audio Bend capabilities. Thanks to Johnny (themuzic) and Bill (bedstrom) for their help.
    Peace
    jpettit
    Studio One Tips and Tricks » Studio One Secrets (V1 and V2 Tips) » Go to message
    Very nice LMike
    Thanks
    Studio One Tips and Tricks » Studio One Secrets (V1 and V2 Tips) » Go to message
    When checking out Comping in S1V2, I was lost on how to reasonably audition the takes.

    I looked in the manual, but I knew I saw a much easier way somewhere than manualy selecting the Listen Tools and manually setting Solo.
    I went and reviewed the live stream release videos and they did not cover it.
    I finally found it today in the Studio One Comping Video from the Studio One product page.

    The answer: Alt Click the highlighted region.

    From the manual: 6.8.2 Auditioning Takes
    When comping, it is helpful to be able to quickly audition the various takes to determine the desired parts of each take. Soloing Layers allows you to quickly switch between takes exclusively, as only one Layer of a Track may be soloed at any time. Note that Track Solo is independent of this, so you can solo the Track or not, depending on whether you would like to hear the performances you are comping in the context of the other Tracks in your Song.
    Alternatively, the Listen tool is well suited to auditioning takes. With the Listen tool selected, you can simply click anywhere on any take to instantly hear it. Note that using the Listen tool will also solo the Track.

    I think they should update the manual.
     
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