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Studio One General Discussion » Difference between Inserts and Sends » Go to message
I guess this is quite a subject, which origins date back to analog era, where you simply could not put insane
number of effects on one channel, because you just didnt have so many physical units so you had to use sends to make
maximal use of the units you had.

In the computer realm we use it for practical reasons aswell. For example we use EQ on the track itself, because we want it
to effect this track only, and deal with problems we have on this track only, but lets say we have found nice reverb settings,
we want to use on more tracks than just one, so we put it on a send, and send all the tracks we want to be effected by this
reverb to that send. We can even choose the amount how much we send there. So it just makes life easier - instead of
putting the same reverb on every channel, we use it only once on send. Saves CPU power too!

Ofcourse there are no rules for this, you can still use different verbs for every track, or sends with eq and compression - whatever works, and makes more sense.

I hope this helps to lighten the subject a bit.
Studio One General Discussion » Studio One 2.0.2 is online » Go to message
Just wow guys!
Do you ever sleep?
Studio One General Discussion » V2 Folders and Mute/Solo » Go to message
It is shift-m, but I think muting tracks as events would confuse me even more
I guess I stick to muting them at bus, and try to stay clear from that folder mute button.
Studio One Feature Requests » Lock audio & instrument tracks in time ? » Go to message
I was really hoping this would be possible in V2.
For me it seems horribly easy to accidentaly move tracks out of sync.
Studio One General Discussion » Video Tutorials » Go to message
This great news! I really liked your tutorials on V1.
Studio One General Discussion » V2 Folders and Mute/Solo » Go to message
Hi!

I noticed a rather annoying problem (or feature ) with folders working the other night:

I had about 20 of guitar tracks, some of them muted, some playing, I put them all in a folder and then noticed folder had a Mute
button lighted up. Ofcourse the button being all red and shiny I couldnt resist pressing it - and it unmuted all the trakcs I wanted
to be muted, while pressing it again, it muted all the tracks in the folder.

Nothing I could not fix with a few undo-s ofcourse, and getting S1 to do what I want, sending the folder to a bus, and muting from there,
but the question is, what for are the mute and solo buttons there in the first place? I might accidentaly press it sometimes and mess up all my track mutes.
Studio One General Discussion » OT: Samplitude Has A Love Child With Sonar X1 » Go to message
Samplitude is a great program, and it still does some things horribly well. They ve totally lost their marbles with
this pro X version though. I m not going to pay 213 euro for upgrade to get "new docking concept". And basic effects.
And seems I lose my vandal se, that i have in samp 11.
Studio One General Discussion » Studio One Half Off » Go to message
Doh, and I just upgraded for full price!
Not complaining though, it still rocks for 200 euros!

Keep up the good work.
Studio One Feature Requests » wet/dry controls om all native effects » Go to message
yes, Yes, YES!
Studio One Feature Requests » Please, Please, Please change this behavior » Go to message
But if it automatically turns record off on unselected tracks, how do we record multiple sources ?
Studio One General Discussion » How's everyone doing drum edits/general time aligning? » Go to message
Nod, seems we re stuck with recording only good drummers for time being
Studio One Feature Requests » Fixed playback point » Go to message
I agree, it can be a bit confusing for new users.
Studio One Feature Requests » Fixed playback point » Go to message
if I understand correctly this option already exists.

Transport -> Return To Start On Stop

i agree, while all the other daws have this on by default, it can be a bit confusing.

What could be nice though, would be an assignable "pause" key.
Studio One General Discussion » controlling transport bar » Go to message
Nod, the numpad shortcuts are already there.
I just bought 2 of laptop usb numpads, and hooked them up to different studio rooms.
(I needed usb cables with amplification for 10 meters though)

Still really cheap and easy way to control S1 i think!
Studio One General Discussion » controlling transport bar » Go to message
But S1 transport can be controlled really well via numpad. I bought extra usb numpads, and connected
them from different studio rooms, lovely. I cant imagine controlling it with the flimsy transport buttons on
my midi controllers.
 
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