Join Josh Harris for an in-depth discussion in this video Navigating the Inspector, part of Up and Running with Studio One.
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So far, we have been working within Studio One's Arrange window, and Browser …window. And now, I'd like to show you another …window, that I like to work in, called the Inspector window. …I can access the Inspector window by hitting F4 on the keyboard. …And as you'll notice, I have a single column view in the left hand side of the …screen, that's divided into three sections. …Let's begin with the center section. The center section offers me a more …detailed view of what I'm looking at on the Arrange window. …You can see I have Mutes here, Solos, Record Enable and Monitor buttons, just …like I do on the Arrange window. But I also have a Fader, as well as a Pan …Position slider and I have an overview of what plug-ins are being used on the …selected track. If I highlight the region, you'll notice …that some information has popped up in the bottom of the Inspector window.…
The bottom part of the Inspector window offers me a detailed view of my region's …parameters, such as start and end points. The upper part of the Inspector window …
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