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Studio One General Discussion » "Old Forum" studio picture. » Go to message
overcoat wrote:Why on earth would anybody want that god awful picture!? I hope i never have to see it again as long as i live.

that might be a bit extreme.... I've just hated that thing since day one.

Studio One General Discussion » good delay setting on vocals » Go to message
I don't think I have ever used a preset for a delay, but.........

But you can try to set the delay time to fit the song tempo. Either in 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/16 or even 1/32 notes (closer to reverb feeling).

For how many repeats/feedback, try to think of a logical place to end/fade out the delays (to fit the song and arr). After 1, 2, 4 or 8 beats.

On both the above, try to think in musical divisions. Eg bars and beats (and their millisecond equivalent).

60000 / song tempo = delay time in 1/4 notes. Example: 60000 / 120 = 500 ms

That should get you going.

PS. Mixing by numbers, is not very useful. Thinking musical and learning to listen is the key IMO.
In that regard, sometimes simple keywords can be more helpful than getting a detailed description like a cake recipe (mixing by numbers without thinking).
A Keyword can trigger your analytic and listening skills, because you are "forced" to trying and listening (what happen if I do this?)

Listening skills is the key to be a good/great engineer, mixer and/or producer, and a good/great musician. So the earlier we begin........
Studio One General Discussion » Loudness Meters » Go to message
I am using this: http://www.tcelectronic.com/lm2-plug-in/

I addition the DR meter is very useful, in its own way
Studio One General Discussion » Faderport - What can it do? » Go to message
mistere wrote:
bredo wrote:
Seriously, that avatar makes me happy every time I log on


So much for your Faderport question. Now for the important stuff: I have to ask -- did they actually translate Mad into Norwegian or does the entire land of the fjords and cool blue waters speak English?

I don't care about the Faderport as long as you give me 10 copies of MAD
Back in the days, from memory, they tried a norwegian version alongside the english one. But as humour can be difficult to translate, me and others ended up with reading the english version.

And yes, the entire land of the fjords and cool blue waters speak English
When I was a kid we started our formal english training at the age of 10, but today I think the school kids start when they are 7.

Proper Oxford English plus american films and TV-shows, makes scandinavian english its own style I guess

PS. I may look into a Faderport, MAD as I am
Studio One General Discussion » Faderport - What can it do? » Go to message
mistere wrote:For the op: I'm heartened that the legend and legacy of Alfred E. Neuman (the goofy head in his avatar) lives on in Norway of all places. I can't tell you how many times Mad Magazine cracked me up between the ages of 7-14, not that I'm any more mature now.

He he
Seriously, that avatar makes me happy every time I log on

Thank you all for chiming in. I may be closer to getting a Faderport.
But I think PreSonus could make some better documentation for it.

Better yet, they could make something along the lines of the Behringer X-Touch (8 + 1 Master fader).
Studio One General Discussion » Faderport - What can it do? » Go to message
mwright137 wrote:With control linking, you can use the FaderPort to adjust just about anything. I remember playing with it once to use the slider to sweep the frequency of an EQ band so I could find the frequency I wanted with my eyes closed. But it doesn't do it automatically - you have to link the parameter to the control, and as soon as you change to a different plugin, the link is broken. So you can't set the slider to control frequency in one ProEQ and have it adjust them all, although that would be pretty cool

Thanks for valuable info

So when you activate the Faderport in the plugin editor, and open the "Link window", you can link the Fader to the parameter of your choosing. Is that so?
Can you link the buttons and Pan control the same way?

Please Presonus, provide some more info on this. I won't be buying without knowing
Studio One General Discussion » Faderport - What can it do? » Go to message
This is from the Faderport overview page:
And if you use PreSonus’ Studio One DAW software, your FaderPort will be automatically recognized and can be used to tweak virtually any plug-in parameter.

Are there any more detailed documentation available on this?

Thanks for chiming in
Studio One General Discussion » Faderport - What can it do? » Go to message
Can the Faderport adjust: Sends, Plugin parameters etc.

Please list

The Faderport manual and/or the Studio One manual don't tell much about it, other than the obvious. Volume, pan, track selection, record arm, transport etc,,,,,,,, you get it.

What can you do when engaging the "yellow button" in the plugin editor? I have seen pics that name the Faderport on there.

I'm using the CC121 with Cubase and Nuendo, and are looking at the Faderport for Studio One At the moment.
Studio One General Discussion » Mastering » Go to message
Studio One General Discussion » The forum picture: What is the back story ? » Go to message
The question is: Why is it there, taking up a third of the forum front page?
Studio One General Discussion » Cubase 7.5 » Go to message
Here's a post I made at gearslutz about combining the new Track Versions and Lanes feature in Cubase 7.5.
This originally started in the Cubase forum with the intentions to gather ideas of how to incorporate a new and valuable (long sought-after) tool.

For me this is actually the best of both worlds.

http://www.gearslutz.com/board/cubase-7-nuendo-6/890212-c7-5-combining-lanes-track-versions-when-comping.html

Hope this balance things out a bit
Studio One Tips and Tricks » Use the Remote layer as a second mixer. » Go to message
mikel54 wrote:What is the Remote layer, how do I get to it/display it?

Thanks,
Mike

On the mixer, hit the banks button to show the Track List. On top you will find two tabs. One says Screen, the other Remote.
You can flip between the two, and set different "filters".

Under the Rremote tab, I have just my busses (as my default), while I have for the most part Audio tracks in the normal mixer (under the Screen tab).

You can set up two different view sets, one under each tab. You can set up both independently, and in any way you want.
Studio One Tips and Tricks » How to record perfectly with all your levels using the K system. » Go to message
All good. I've been busy too

Thank you very much. That helps.
For the free or very cheap VU-Meter pugins I so far like the Klanghelm the best.
Studio One Tips and Tricks » How to record perfectly with all your levels using the K system. » Go to message
I am using the Klanghelm VUMT as well. Found this to work well, but can't remember my exact settings.

@jemusic - what are your settings for the Klanghelm VUMT?
Studio One Tips and Tricks » How to record perfectly with all your levels using the K system. » Go to message
You got it under control. No worries there

Actually a good and thorough approach. It's a good reason the VU-Meter has been around "forever"

We are agree on how to put it into practice. Happy recording/mixing.

Thanks for discussing in an adult and mature manner (try this in the cubase forum ).


PS. This thread should be of great value to the lesser experienced (and beginning) forum members.
 
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