Join Josh Harris for an in-depth discussion in this video Navigating the Mixer, part of Up and Running with Studio One.
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Up until now, we'd been working primarily on the Arrange window, as well as the …Navigation and Browser windows. Now it's time to open up the Mixer …window, and become familiar with its layout. …To open up the Mixer window I hit F3, and what I'm looking at is a small view of …the Mixer. This icon right here is highlighted. …If I click this icon over here, the large icon, my mixer view increases. …I also have the ability to choose between a narrow, and normal mixer view.…
What we have over here, are the lists of tracks that are available for viewing on …the mixer. For example, if I click on lead vocal, …you'll notice that the lead vocal disappears from the mixer view. …One of the reasons that there are so many impact tracks on the mixer is that impact …can be set up to be a multi-output interface and so the presets that I had …chose to program my drum pattern are all multi-output presents, and that's why …were looking at so many presets on the mixer window. …You can certainly go through the list and hide them from the mix review, by …
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