Join Josh Harris for an in-depth discussion in this video Trimming audio, creating fades, and changing region gain, part of Up and Running with Studio One.
At some point during the recording process, you will need to trim your audio …tracks, as well as create fades and maybe even do region gain changing. …I'll use the guitar one track, as an example, for all three of these …functions. If I'd like to make the individual track …larger, I simply move my cursor over here to the bottom of the track, click and …hold, and I can expand its size. Right now, my tool is the Range tool. …I need to select the Arrow tool to highlight my region, and as you can see, …a blue border pops up. On the left side, in the upper left hand …corner, you'll notice that my cursor turns into a little index finger, …allowing me to click and hold and create a fade.…
I'll undo that. The same thing if applicable on the right …side of the region, where I'm also able to create a fade. …And because there's an adjacent region across fade is automatically created. …I'll undo that. In the middle, if I click and hold this …little box in the center, I'm able to pull the gain of my region down and as …
- 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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