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Studio One Feature Requests » Import Session Data - When? » Go to message
Take a look at these as a start:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xim1g6_pro-tools-tricks-utilities-import-session-data_tech

http://vimeo.com/groups/protoolsexpert/videos/30373754
Studio One Feature Requests » Import Session Data - When? » Go to message
Are there some sort of "Import Session Data" solution in the works?
What springs to mind is something simular to what Pro Tools have.

For Studio One v3 maybe?

Studio One FAQ » Import Session Data - When? » Go to message
Are there some sort of "Import Session Data" solution in the works?
What springs to mind is something simular to what Pro Tools have.

For Studio One v3 maybe?

Sorry wrong forum section. Somebody got hurt
Studio One General Discussion » Import Session Data? » Go to message
My Studio Template is made and good to go

But I was thinking about sharing mix settings and such between projects in the works. Hope this will arrive in v3 then.

Thanks for answering.
Studio One General Discussion » Import Session Data? » Go to message
Are there anything like PT's Import Session Data in Studio One 2.5?

That is exporting and importing mixer/channel settings, loaded Plugins, routing etc. between projects.

Or are there any other way to do this?

Thanks in advance.
Studio One General Discussion » so...S1 2.5? Go for it? Wait for 2.5.1? » Go to message
Hallo Vocalpoint. Another Nuendian over here?

I never updates through the internet/online if I got a choice. I always download first, to make sure the installer is not interrupted in any way.
Then I'm running the update locally in Administrator mode.

That said, I've installed 2.5 and not seen any thing that indicate trouble of any kind.
Not worked at very large project yet, but I've set up my Studio Template for S1v2.5 in my 96 in/out setup. A large template with 4 CueMix busses and about 20 or so Groups/Busses, and many tracks for big multitrack recording sessions. In addition I have loaded all my tracks with my go to plugins (Slate Digital VCC and VTM).
All routing tested and it work exactly as expected.

The only thing I miss from Nuendo (when doing good old fashion multi musicians/band sessions) is to be able to listen to what I give the different musicians in their CueMix. Like Steinbergs Control Room feature.
But they always get my preferred listening mix as a start point, so I guess I'll manage (or take out one of my old analog mixers again ).

Anyway, no worries on the Studio One 2.5 update IMO.
Studio One Tips and Tricks » Automation Editing Macros » Go to message
Downloaded. I will check'em out. Thanks.

18x18 pixels. This is the answers my next question
Studio One Tips and Tricks » Automation Editing Macros » Go to message
Do I dare to ask what images you are using for your macro bar buttons?

I'm new from the Cubase/Nuendo world, and I'd like to explore S1v2.5 macros.

Thanks in advance.
Studio One Tips and Tricks » Macro Toolbar Utility App » Go to message
Where do I find the "commandbar.xml" file?

Will it not show before actually changing anything on the Macro Tool bar?

Thanks in advance.

I've come here from the Cubase/Nuendo land, so the file handling side of things are a bit new and different
Studio One General Discussion » Anything like Cubases control room on S1v2? » Go to message
Back from dinner

One thing to remember is that only tracks and busses routed to the Main Out will show the cue mix sliders in the mixer.

On the other side you can use this to your advantage in minimizing "clutter" in the mix console by making a "dummy" bus routed to the Main Out, then route the tracks/channels you don't want to use in your cue mix to this "dummy".
This is from my way of working in Nuendo. ie I only use busses (for the most part) to feed my cue mixes, so that I can have fewer "channels" at work to get the cue mixes going.

Again, to make it easy you just follow the manual. The suggestion over, I found by accident.

And you have to open your outputs (on which you have enabled your cue mixe sends, to turn click on/off and click volume independently. The same for your Main Out.

I'm not fully adopted over from the Cubase/Nuendo yet, but will keep on using Studio One 2.5 in paralell. I really like Studio One a lot, doing mainly audio work (music only, not post). Tracking bands is may main thing, and thus monitoring/cuemixes is very important to use in an easy way as possible.
I will investigate further.
Studio One General Discussion » Anything like Cubases control room on S1v2? » Go to message
The Control Room is the nr. one feature I miss from Cubase/Nuendo. But you can quickly set up cue mixes in S1v2 as well.

The thing you cannot do, is to listen to what you send out to your different cue mixes in an easy way (with good imagination you may. Not tried yet).

I've set this up in my studio with my Motu system (96 in/out).
It works exactly the same as with PreSonus's audio interfaces, with one exception: You will not get the latency free monitoring through the hardware only.
ie. you have to listen through your software, just as in Cubase/Nuendo. But all fine if you can run at low enough buffer size (with my Motu system I can track about 20-24 tracks at a buffer size of 32, but prefer to run at 64 for safety).

Must go to dinner
Studio One General Discussion » Softube Saturation Knob - no gain compensation??? » Go to message
themuzic wrote:
wdkbeats wrote:I don't expect it to have a trim knob, I expect it to have automatic gain compensation - the more you drive it, the more it turns down the output, preserving the gain structure.


I agree but that's not how this plugin is suppose to work. It is what it Is.


This plugin is Softube's way of reaching out to people, like a free commercial/promotion thing.
I've got all their plugins (except two), and this "Saturation Knob" is a feature taken from one of their Eq's.

Pro Tools users has also got one for free. They have offered a "smaller" package for Sonar, and so on.

Softube has developed the Abbey Road plugins, as well as some new ones for Roland/Cakewalk.
They have also been involved in the making of one of the Marshall series of amps with built in dsp/effects.

So this is a marketing thing for sure, so we have to take it for what it is .
Never the less, Softube is a great company.
Studio One General Discussion » Softube One Knob Plug » Go to message
sunmachine wrote:
bredo wrote:By the way, its name is Saturation Knob. I found it under VST3 > Distortion > Saturation Knob.

It's an extension install to Studio One, so it won't file/list under the other Softube plugins.


Good hint!
When you select the Vendor tab it's exactly where the other Softube plug-ins are, but on the Folder tab you have to look in the above location.


Found out just after writing.

The OP seems to have another problem though. Sorry I can't help. It works on two systems here (both 64-bit).
Studio One General Discussion » Softube One Knob Plug » Go to message
By the way, its name is Saturation Knob. I found it under VST3 > Distortion > Saturation Knob.

It's an extension install to Studio One, so it won't file/list under the other Softube plugins.
Studio One General Discussion » All excited about 2.5 and it crashes :( » Go to message
No trouble here, with Steven Slate Drums 4 Vsti.
 
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