Music Production with Presonus Studio One
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- At the end of the course the student will be able to produce their own song within Studio One. They'll be able to record audio and MIDI, edit these tracks, and mix and master their song
- The students will need to have a basic understanding of music composition and audio engineering
Get those big song ideas out of your head and into Studio One! In this course from composer/sound designer Gary Hiebner will guide you through Presonus Studio One and how to record and produce your first songs. You'll also learn how to build your confidence when navigating this feature-rich audio software so that you too can start producing your own music. You'll be guided through the software's capabilities, learn how to set up your gear, record in your ideas and edit, mix and export your song.
Course Content includes:
- Learning the User Interface and its Tools
- Setting Up Your Audio Interface and MIDI Devices
- Recording to Audio and MIDI Instrument Tracks
- Using Melodyne to Pitch and Time Correct Audio
- Exploring the Mai Tai Synth
- Using Arrange Tracks to map out your song arrangement
- Using the Scratchpad feature to sketch out different song arrangement ideas
- Exploring the Mix Console and its functions
- Learning how to use the Inserts and Sends in your mix
- Applying Automation to your tracks to give them more interest
- Improving your mix with Bus Processing and Mix Engine effects
- Finalizing your song with some mastering and exporting out your mix.
Compatible with both Macs and PCs, Studio One is a competitive DAW that allows beginners and pros alike to create and produce awesome audio content.
What You'll Get From This Course:
- Step-by step instructions on how to get started with Studio One for song production
- Easy to follow on screen examples of how to navigate Studio One
- Tips & Tricks from an experience composer and sound designer
- Suitable for beginners and pros alike
At the end of this course you’ll be able to find your way around the Studio One interface, record to audio and MIDI tracks, use the features like the Scratchpad and Audio Comping to expand on ideas, and understand how to use the Mix Console and its included Inserts and Sends sections – all on your way to producing your first song.
- This is targeted at the beginner student who wants to get into audio software to produce their own musical ideas. It's also aimed at advanced users who might be wanting to switch from another DAW and see what Studio One has to offer
In this introduction Gary talks about his audio background and gives you run through on what will be covered in the short course on Studio One.
In this lesson Gary walks you through his 5 favourite features in Studio One. This gives you a taster of the feature set in Studio One and what you'll be able to do with it.
In this lesson Gary will show you how to set up an audio track and record audio to it. This involves recording arming the track and enabling the audio monitoring. Gary will demonstrate by recording guitar in, so you'll also see how to insert effects on tracks with this video lecture.
Punching-In and Comping Audio are great ways to go back in and re-edit your recorded takes. Gary will show you how you can re-record a part of a take using the punch-in feature, plus he'll show you how you can record multiple parts of a take and then select the best sections using the comping feature
Melodyne is an amazing pitch and time correcting tool that is integrated within Studio One. Gary will show you how you can record an audio idea in, then how you can pitch correct and fix the timing. Then how you can take the corrected audio part and convert it to a MIDI region.
Mai Tia is an awesome synth that comes bundled with Studio One. It also includes a huge selection of presets covering an array of instruments and sounds. Gary will walk you through the ins and outs on the interface, plus he'll record in a synth idea using one of the patches.
Sometimes when using an instrument like the drums, you only have access to the fill drumkit, but if you bounce out the MIDI as new audio parts, then you can have access to each of the individual drums parts. Gary will show you how to do this and how it gives you more control over your drums.