Join Josh Harris for an in-depth discussion in this video Comping your takes, part of Learning Studio One.
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. …
- What is Studio One?
- Creating a new song
- Setting up your artist profile
- Adding instruments, loops, and effects
- Recording your tracks
- Editing MIDI
- Tuning audio with Melodyne
- Mixing and mastering
- Distributing your music
Skill Level Beginner
Audio Foundations: EQ and Filterswith Brian Lee White2h 28m Intermediate
Audio Foundations: Delay and Modulationwith Alex U. Case2h 20m Intermediate
1. Studio One Tour
2. Setting Up and Recording a New Song
3. Editing Audio and MIDI
4. Mixing in Studio One
5. Mastering in Studio One
6. Connecting with Your Audience and Other PreSonus Users
Publishing to SoundCloud2m 51s
Next steps1m 8s
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