Configure and recording an audio track Studio One


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Configuring and recording an audio track

Now, it's time to configure and record an audio track. I hit T on the keyboard, and up pops the Add Tracks window. I'll change Audio to Guitar, because that's the instrument I'll be recording, and I'll change the track count to 4. The type is Audio, as you can see from the pull-down menu, I have a choice of Audio, Instrument, Automation, or Folder. I'll leave it set to Audio. The format is Mono. You have a choice of Mono or Stereo. I'm not going to choose a Preset at this time, but as you can see Studio One provides me with a list of preset effects chains, which we will cover in a later movie.

I'll leave the Input path set to input L and Output set to Main. I click OK, and up pops four new guitar tracks. I'll select Guitar 1 and have Dave play a little guitar. (MUSIC) Excellent. That's just the dry signal. I'll move over to the Effects window and choose the Empire plugin. Drag that over to the guitar track and I'll choose a ...

Configuring and recording an audio track
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Configuring and recording an audio track provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Up and Running with Studio One

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Studio One
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