Harness the power of Studio One’s Arranger track and Scratch Pads to reshape your material.
Once upon a time, arranging was the process of casting a composition into a context, including orchestrating it, creating parts, and employing musical gestures to enhance the song. Today, the term ‘arranging’ is most frequently used to mean composing by placing sections of a composition in order. Hence, Studio One’s main window is called the Arrange window. However, a host of new functions centred around a new Arranger track have recently been added to aid this form of composition. Since logical, consistent terminology has never been a strong suit of Studio One, we’ll just get over having an...
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