There’s plenty you can do in Studio One to stop loop–based music being repetitive and dull.
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For maximum effect, combine Studio One’s bundled distortion plug–ins in a parallel signal chain.
If you’re in search of novel effects in Studio One, fire up the Autofilter plug-in!
Properly archiving your finished projects is vital. Here’s how to do it in Studio One.
Studio One lets you apply effects directly to audio Events, opening up innumerable creative possibilities.
The ability to sync delay times and other Studio One parameters to tempo is a fertile source of inspiration.
Studio One's macros can take the legwork out of repetitive tasks.
Studio One supports many varieties of time‑stretching.
Studio One's Sound Sets are the perfect vehicle for sharing samples and sounds.
Studio One MIDI sequences can incorporate any note division, no matter how bizarre!
Studio One offers multiple methods of synthesizing splendid stereo from mediocre mono.
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Studio One’s virtual guitar amp offers a surprisingly wide range of tone-shaping options.
From de-essing to complex drum processing, side-chain access in Studio One opens up many new possibilities.
When your recorded kick drum sound is lacking, Studio One offers numerous ways to beef it up.
A free upgrade to Studio One offers several welcome new features.
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