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Congratulations on finishing Up and Running with Studio One. I hope this course provided you with an insight into making music using Studio One's intuitive recording and editing tools. I've spent many years recording and mixing music in several different digital audio workstations and I feel that Studio One's layout and work form environment is one of the easiest to navigate. If you're interested in taking your knowledge further, I highly recommend checking out some of our other audio courses on lynda.com. For example, if you're interested in learning more about recording, I recommend Audio Recording Techniques with Bobby Owsinski. If you're looking to up your skills in mixing, you can't go wrong with Audio Mixing Bootcamp with Bobby Owsinski.
Lastly, if you're looking to get back to the basics, I recommend our foundations of audio series. Making music is about getting your ideas down seamlessly and at the same time, enjoying the process. I encourage you to spend time diving deeper into some of the features that were covered in this course. As well as explore other features that Studio One has to offer. Because I think, that you will enjoy making music in Studio One even more.
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