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Presonus Studio One 5 Video Tutorial

Presonus Studio One 5 Video Tutorial

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Learning how to record and produce incredibly professional sounding tracks in PreSonus Studio Live has never been easier thanks to the PreSonus Studio Live 5 Video Tutorial.'s David Wills spends over 4 hours walking you through every feature of PreSonus's Studio Live workflow from setting up your software to work with your audio interface and MIDI controllers to creating radio-ready mixes and everything in between. DAWs 101 is a module in the training that uses easy to understand animations to teach you how a DAW works and how to use subgroups, EQ, Compression, Effects, Automation...everything you'll need to know so you can produce incredibly professional sounding tracks in Studio One.

If you have been getting frustrated trying to learn Studio One from just using the 500 page manual, then sit down, grab a cup of your favorite beverage and look over the shoulder of a professional audio engineer with 30 years in the business putting Studio One through its paces.

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Differences between Studio One Versions
Types of Tracks
Track List
Help System

DAWs 101
What is a DAW?
What do DAWs do?
Do they replace a Recording Studio?
Types of Tracks
MIDI Tracks
Audio Tracks
Types of Editing
Effects Routing
Mixing Down

Audio Interface Settings
Naming Inputs
MIDI Controller Setup
Keyboard Shortcuts
Recording File Types

Creating a new Song
Creating a new Track
Types of Tracks
Project Templates
Setting your Input
Recording Levels
Recording an Audio Track
Record Mode
Loop Recording
Recording Comped Tracks
Using Instruments
Selecting Patches
External Instruments
Recording MIDI Tracks
Step Recording
Retrospective Recording
Record Quantize
Chase MIDI Notes
Instrument Loop Record
Takes/Tracks and Layers
Track Folders
Punching In
Note Erase
Note FX
Input Filter
Note Repeat
Using Loops
Using Impact
Recording Drums Manually
Recording Patterns
Review of Recording Workflow
Using Remote App for Recording

Overview of Editing
Using Markers
Handy Keyboard Shortcuts
Setting up Transport Shortcuts
Using Arrangements
Using Scratch Pads
Using Chords
Editing Tempo and Time Signatures
Insert Silence
Comped Tracks Editing
Editing Tools
Slicing Audio
Strip Silence from Audio Region
Audio Bend
Pitch Editing with Melodyne
Groove Tracks
Editing MIDI Tracks
Adjusting Velocity
Converting MIDI to Audio
Converting Audio to MIDI
Saving Tracks/Mixer Settings to Browser>Files

Setting up Audio Interface for Mixing
Mixer Overview
Grouping Channels
Temp Grouping
Aux Sends
Using Plugins
Editing Plugins
Transform or Freezing Tracks
Using FX Chains to pre populate Mixer
Using Remote App for Mixing
Automating your Mix

Creating a New Project
Adding Songs to a Project
Editing Songs
Creating Fadeout
Adding Mastering Effects
Setting Loudness
Batch Exporting Songs
Creating Shows
Creating Setlists and Players
Customizing the Show Screen

Customer Reviews

Based on 44 reviews
richard b.

This course was amazing! David teaches in a way that is so easy to understand and retain. I learned a lot about studio one to help with my workflow and actually utilize the tools in the DAW! Will definitely be purchasing more products from David! 5 stars!

Donald Easton
Presonus Studio One 5 Professional

I’ve purchased Davids DVD’s for many years now. He doesn’t drown you in the manual, but gives you a Précis need to know. Essentially what you need to make things work. Even if you do get confused, you can watch, and rewatch until you get what he’s explaining into your head. I had been considering doing a college course in Sound Engineering, but I have everything from David’s courses that they were going to show me in 3 hrs a night over 7 weeks.
I really like David’s approach. I’ve watched his DVD, and I’m now playing with it. The good thing is…if I get stuck, I just go to the appropriate section for refresh. Don’t want to upset him…but if I ever make it Colorado, I’ll need to visit him. 👍👍😘

Don Coyer
Clear, Concise and Fun

David makes sense and knows how to teach. You can tell he's not just "reeling" it off, he puts himself in the shoes of the student who needs to learn. Having a pro who is not just a computer face, but a real person who is a great musician and writer makes a big difference. These are by far the best courses I've encountered, and well worth the money. Here's a pic of my previous studio, Now it's a large brand new building, digital gear, (Presonus 5 and the StudioLive 64 S. I have some pics but hadn't located them)

Nev Smith
Great tutorial, just what I needed!

Hi David, again you explain the necessary bits so well, all you need to get up and running to produce the best projects! Highly recommended.

John Hruska
Studio One 5.2 video class

David, the video training was well organized and very helpful. It didn’t take me long to realize that Studio One is a pretty powerful DAW. I have been using Reason a long time and wanted to use more Kontact based sample libraries and your class was terrific for learning what I needed to get up to speed faster. Your pacing and clear connection in the steps were so thorough that it really helps me better understand how all of the other capabilities of the DAW can fit into the workflow. I enjoyed the format so much that I poked around in the other available classes and have already purchased the “Killer Vocals” class. I am sure it won’t be my last. David’s personal touch of following up personally was also an interesting unexpected when it appeared I had some trouble with the order (I didn’t but my phone seemed to have a problem completing the sale so had to do it from my studio rig and it worked perfect) was that extra touch that was really impressive. There are a lot of videos out there on YouTube, and Gregor and Joe Gilder are terrific, but it is good to have a “friend” with a little different approach to tie it all together. I encourage anyone looking to arrange and make your vocals better to check out those classes also! Make Great Music, even if it is just for yourself!! John

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