Join Josh Harris for an in-depth discussion in this video Consolidating MIDI regions, part of Up and Running with Studio One.
Most of my MIDI Recording is done in sections. …So, I will typically wind up with multiple MIDI regions throughout an …arrangement. For example, I might play in a verse sent …stop, and then record the chorus part. We have the MIDI region from our previous …movie and I'll demonstrate consolidating MIDI regions by playing another MIDI part …and consolidating both of these into one continuous region. …I'll place the play head right at measure 13. …(MUSIC) Now, if I wanted to make these one continuous region because it will …help me with copy and pasting or just because visually, I prefer to look at a …part as one continuous region. I simply highlight both regions and hit …the g key. And now, I have one continuous MIDI …region. The same applies to audio, when it comes …to consolidating regions. I will choose two different audio loops, …in the Sounds window, and drag them onto the Arrange window.…
(SOUND) I'll mute my synth part because it's not in the same key as my audio. …Return the play head to measure one. (MUSIC) That's our first audio loop. …
- 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
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
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