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How To Program Drums In Studio One (Simple Guide)

In Studio One, there are two ways to program drums – either by manually writing notes with your mouse or through an external MIDI controller like a MIDI keyboard, drum pad, or an electronic drum kit.  Programming Drums In Studio One Programing drums is an essential skill for any producer, but even more so for …

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How To Use Melodyne In Studio One (Beginners Guide)

Quick Answer The easiest way to use Melodyne in Studio One is by selecting an audio event you want to edit and press Ctrl+M. Alternatively, you can right-click on the audio event, go to “Audio,” and under “Audio Processing,” and select “Edit with Melodyne.” How To Use Melodyne In Studio One – In Detail We’ve …

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Why Studio One Clipping Has Occurred (Plus Quick Fix)

Why Studio One Clipping Has Occurred  Wondering why Studio One clipping has occurred when exporting your final mixes? You should consider two things – gain staging and transient control. Mastering these two things alone will make clipping a thing of the past. Do you struggle with getting your mixes not to clip? Although the overall …

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Why Is Studio One Not Recording? (Step-By-Step Fix)

Not sure why is Studio One not recording any audio? The problem often lies in the wrong input routing. Properly configuring your inputs should resolve the issue, most of the time. In rare cases, your audio driver might be malfunctioning, so make sure to reinstall it with an updated one. Why Is Studio One Not …

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Studio One VS Reaper (Ultimate Head-To-Head)

Choosing your main DAW isn’t easy. Each one has a specific workflow that impacts your creativity and, ultimately, the quality of music you produce.  You’ve been pondering for ages, and the final fight is down to Studio One VS Reaper.  I’ll help you make up your mind in choosing the one that’s right for you. Studio …

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Why Has Studio One Failed To Open Speakers?

Recording music is fun. Dealing with software errors- not so much! Many Studio One users share the same frustration summed up in a single sentence – “Studio One Has Failed To Open Speakers.”  But why has studio one failed to open speakers? and how can you address this issue? Luckily, this problem is usually a …

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Why Can’t I Hear Anything In Studio One? (Easy Fix)

Software problems can be one of the major killjoys of producing music. You might be all set to start laying down your track, and all of a sudden, you can’t hear anything. For those wondering, “why can’t I hear anything in Studio One?” we’ll go through some of the most common reasons and how you …

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Studio One vs Cubase (What DAW Suites You More)

With so many DAW’s to choose from these days, it can be hard to opt for the one that would perfectly match your workflow. In this Studio One vs Cubase “DAW battle,” let’s see which one will win you over. We’ll take a closer look at how similar and different they are and which features …

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