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When Studio One is launched, it goes through a series of initializations and content checks and arrives at what is called a Start Page. As you can see, the Start Page is an information hub with the left hand column containing a list of recent files, songs, and projects. The reason that this area is empty right now is because this is the first time that I've launched Studio One and there are no resent file songs or projects. But as you continue to work on your projects, you'll see that list growing. The center column is where you will set up your artist profile and configure your audio devices or audio interface, as well as any external devices such as a MIDI controller or MIDI interface. This area is also where you can check for any Studio One updates. The right hand column provides a feed of current past and Studio One news, as well as demos and tutorials created by other Studio One users. In the upper right hand section, there are buttons to quickly create a new song or project or return to the song or project that you are currently working in.
And you can also return to the Start Page from your song or project at anytime without losing your work. Another way to create a new song or project, as well as open an existing document, are from the three buttons located right beneath the Studio One logo. Create a New Song. Create a New Project. Open an Existing Document. Go ahead and spend a little time navigating through the Studio One Start Page and become comfortable with its layout and functionality.
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