Record to Track Layers in Up and Running With Studio One


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Recording to track layers

We covered basic punching in and punching out in the previous movie. And now, it's time to record using Studio One's Track Layers feature. Track Layers allows us to record multiple ideas to a single track. Underneath the Options menu, I'll select Record Take to Layers. Next, I will turn down the volume of our first guitar track, so that Dave isn't drowned out by the sound of the first track as he lays down his second part. I'll record enable guitar two, and add an instance of Ampire, selecting the same preset that we used for the last guitar part.

Except, I will go into the Stomps window and add a delay. Go ahead and play, Dave. (MUSIC) Excellent. Next, I'll put Studio One in Loop Record. I'll use my Range tool, and turn looping on by pressing the Forward slash key. Next, I will turn Pre-roll on, and that will give Dave a one bar pre-roll. And now, we have a range of measures five to nine that will continuously loop, and all of Dave's ideas ...

Recording to track layers
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Recording to track layers provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Up and Running with Studio One

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Audio + Music
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Studio One
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