Join Josh Harris for an in-depth discussion in this video Converting MIDI to audio with Track Transform, part of Up and Running with Studio One.
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It's important to keep an eye on the CPU performance meter as you begin to build …up your song. The more virtual sense that I add and …record MIDI to, the more I am taxing my computer's resources. …At some point during the song making process, I may want to convert the MIDI …region to an audio file. Studio One has a nice feature called …Track Transform, which will allow you to take a MIDI region and convert it to an …audio file, and vise versa. I'll use my EP Big Chord MIDI part as an …example of how to use Track Transform. I'll highlight the MIDI region, and …underneath the Track column, choose Transform, and then Transform to Audio …Track. The Transform Instrument Track pops up, …giving me several options before I render my MIDI file to an audio file.…
If I select Render Inserts, I am telling Studio One to include whatever plug-ins I …may have on the track in the conversion process, such as an EQ or a compressor. …Those settings will be rendered with the audio file. …Preserve instrument tracks state allows me to go back to my virtual instrument …
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