Join Josh Harris for an in-depth discussion in this video Editing MIDI, part of Up and Running with Studio One.
In addition to quantizing MIDI notes, there are some other editing tools, such …as Velocity and Note Length that I'd like to spend a few minutes showing you how to …do in Studio One. In the bottom of the Editor window, we …have Velocity. You can see over here, the blue light, …showing us that we are looking at Velocity information. …Velocity refers to how hard the MIDI note is being played and it operates on a …scale of 0 to 127. If I increase (SOUND) my velocity, you …can hear how it effects the timbre of the keyboard sound.…
And if I bring the velocity down, it will also affect it. …(SOUND) Generally speaking, I don't fool with the velocity of the notes that I'm …playing because I am a trained piano player. …But if you happen to feel a little uneasy about the eveness in which you play MIDI …notes in, certainly spend some time playing with the velocity and listening …to how it affects the timbre of your synth sound. …Note length is very easy to edit in Studio One.…
I simply highlight the notes, and from the Action List, click and choose Length. …
- 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
Publishing to SoundCloud2m 51s
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