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Taking advantage of the Studio One editing tools

Studio One has a wide range of editing tools and I would like to spend a few minutes showing them to you and demonstrating their functionality. Hold down Shift and use E and W to expand and contract the vertical view. If I use the E and W keys without holding down the Shift key, I can expand and contract my horizontal view. At the top of the Arrange window, is a list of editing tools. First, we have the Arrow tool. The Arrow tool is used to highlight, and move regions, as well as move tracks.

I simply click and hold, and I can move my Drums1, where ever I'd like it to go. Return it to the top. Now we'll Command Z, or Control Z on Windows, to undo my region move. Next is the range tool. The range tool can be used to highlight entire regions like this or a specific portion of a region, say two bars out of a four bar phrase like this. I will hit d to duplicate, and I've copied bars three and four of the four bar phrase to the next measure. Cmd+z to undo, Ctrl+z on...

Taking advantage of the Studio One editing tools
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Taking advantage of the Studio One editing tools 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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