Join Josh Harris for an in-depth discussion in this video Comping your takes, part of Up and Running with Studio One.
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For those of you who might not be familiar with the term comping, comping …refers to taking bits and pieces of multiple takes and creating what is …called a composite take. What we're looking here are the three …guitar takes underneath Guitar 2. All I need to do to activate the …different takes to audition them is select my Range tool, which I've done, …and use it to double-click on each take. And you'll notice, as I do that, up here …in Guitar 2, I can see which take is available for me to listen to.…
And down here in the take list, that corresponding take is highlighted. …Let's solo out Guitar 2 and take a listen to all three takes. …I'll start with Take 1. (MUSIC) We'll listen to Take 2. …(MUSIC) And then, we'll listen to what's called Layer 1.…
(MUSIC) Now, if I want to create a composite take using bits and pieces from …each one of these, I'll expand my Screen View, and I will take Studio One out of …Snap mode, up here at the top. Studio One has been in Snap mode, which …snaps to the grid. I'll unclick it. …
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