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Alfred's Teach Yourself Studio One v. 2.0

Everything You Need to Know to Start Recording Now!

By David Terry

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Everything You Need to Know to Start Recording Now!. Composed by David Terry. Book; Books and DVDs; DVD; Pro Audio; Pro Audio Textbook; Reference Textbooks. Teach Yourself Series. 92 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.38853).

Item Number: AP.38853

ISBN 073908500X.

This book will teach you everything you need to know to get started using Studio One today! Whether you're a beginner with no prior training, or you have some knowledge of Studio One and are in need of a refresher course, Alfred's Teach Yourself Studio One, Version 2.0 is the perfect resource. Completely updated for Version 2.0, this book and DVD will teach you how to optimize your Mac and Windows computer; work with MIDI; choose an audio/MIDI interface; select microphones; use loops, plug-ins, and effects; record audio; combine multiple takes; edit audio; and create a stunning final mix. When you're finished, you'll be able to record, edit, mix, and send your songs out for the world to hear on CD and on the internet. The DVD contains over 75 minutes of video that clearly demonstrates the essential features of Studio One.

"Best in Show" Award at Winter NAMM 2012 presented by Music Inc. magazine.

About Teach Yourself Series

Be your own teacher, and let Alfred's Teach Yourself series guide you every step of the way. Beginners of all ages can start their journey to a lifetime of musical enjoyment. Each method begins with basic fundamentals, such as hand position, holding the instrument, and getting acquainted with standard musical notation. Then move along to playing well-known songs -- all as you continue to increase your ever-growing ability to read music and understand your instrument. You will learn to play in an array of musical styles, including pop, blues, folk, and more. Alfred's Teach Yourself series opens up a brand-new world of musical knowledge and gives you everything you need to know to start playing now!

  • Introduction 
  • CHAPTER 1: YOUR COMPUTER 
  • Mac or Windows? 
  • Getting to Know Your Mac 
  • Getting to Know Your Windows PC 
  • 32-bit Versus 64-bit Operating Systems 
  • CHAPTER 2: MIDI AND STUDIO ONE 
  • What Is MIDI? 
  • MIDI Controllers and Input Devices 
  • CHAPTER 3: AUDIO INTERFACES AND STUDIO ONE 
  • Choosing the Right Audio Interface, and a Word about USB v1 .1 vs . USB 2 
  • Audio MIDI Setup in MAC OS X 
  • Checking Audio and MIDI devices in Windows 7 
  • I Can't See My Audio Device! 
  • CHAPTER 4: CHOOSING AND USING MICROPHONES 
  • Condenser Microphones 
  • Dynamic Microphones 
  • Ribbon Microphones 
  • Why Choose the Condenser Microphone? 
  • USB Microphones 
  • CHAPTER 5: DOWNLOADING AND INSTALLING STUDIO ONE 
  • Product Registration 
  • Downloading 
  • Installing and Activating 
  • CHAPTER 6: SETTING UP YOUR FIRST PROJECT IN STUDIO ONE 
  • Physical Connections 
  • Fire It Up! 
  • Latency 
  • Timebase 
  • Audio File Types 
  • Setting Up a Test Project 
  • MIDI Test 
  • On to Making Music 
  • CHAPTER 7: WORKING WITH LOOPS 
  • Importing a Loop 
  • Tempo 
  • CHAPTER 8: R*E*CORDING AND EDITING AUDIO 
  • Recording in Loop Mode 
  • Editing Audio  
  • Snap Modes 
  • Multitrack Editing 
  • Audio Bend 
  • Bounce Selection 
  • Editing Made Easy 
  • CHAPTER 9: WORKING WITH MIDI 
  • MIDI Record Modes 
  • Note Erase 
  • Note Repeat 
  • Quantize 
  • The Music Editor 
  • CHAPTER 10: VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTS 
  • CHAPTER 11: PLUG-IN EFFECTS 
  • Input Effects & Send/Return Effects 
  • Using Effects Sends 
  • CHAPTER 12: MIXING 
  • Setting Up the Mixer 
  • Bus Channels 
  • Parallel Compression 
  • FX Channels 
  • Automation 
  • Final Mix 
  • CHAPTER 13: MASTERING 
  • CD Burning 
  • Disk Image 
  • Digital Release 
  • DDP 
  • Changing the Mastering File 
  • FINAL TAKE 
  • About the Author 
  • Index 
  • Ratings + Reviews

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    Location:
    Dunwoody, GA
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • 2013-06-02 00:00:00.0 Great Way To Get Started

    This is a great way for a beginner to get started using Studio One v 2.0. I'm a good musician, but a lousy sound engineer. I was concerned about finally having to make the jump from stand-alone, computer-free, multi-track recorders into the digital age. I went...

    kicking and screaming, but after seeing reviews about how easy and intuitive Studio One is supposed to be, I decided to give it a try. After loading onto my computer, I just sat there and looked at it not really knowing what to do next. So, I went and bought this book. Yea! It took me step-by-step through all the basics and allowed me to more easily figure out how to use a DAW. So now, I feel like I can actually record music again without being so afraid of the software. Thanks!

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