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Studio One 3 - Using Event Effects

Here's an answer to a question from the Facebook group about processing pieces of tracks directly. Using Event effects is even easier in Studio One 3.

Posted by Johnny Geib on July 6, 2015 at 7:32 PM 2988 Views

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8 Comments

Reply mamoot
8:11 AM on October 21, 2015 
hey there johnny , your videos are useful , the thing is i been searching alot in internet , and still didnt figured this out " i dont have a project page on my start page "
is it for all or i didnt properly installed it ?
Reply Johnny Geib
6:04 PM on October 6, 2015 
Vital Coron says...
Hi Johnny,
From my previous email I forgot to tell you;
Some plugins doesn't have any presets...
Also no presets sounds for Presence
Where can I download them ?
Can you please help me.
Thanks


This means you have not loaded the Soundsets from the Presonus site that come with Studio One. Go back to your My Presonus Page and download all the available soundsets.
Reply Johnny Geib
6:02 PM on October 6, 2015 
John Fletcher says...
great video, I was wondering how I might add some reverb to just one or two places in a vocal track without having to create a separate track. That answers that question.


This video explains how to do this. Let me know if it helps.

http://www.homestudiotrainer.com/apps/videos/videos/show/18845213
-studio-one-3-using-event-effects
Reply John Fletcher
3:09 PM on September 30, 2015 
great video, I was wondering how I might add some reverb to just one or two places in a vocal track without having to create a separate track. That answers that question.
Reply Vital Coron
11:54 AM on September 25, 2015 
Hi Johnny,
From my previous email I forgot to tell you;
Some plugins doesn't have any presets...
Also no presets sounds for Presence
Where can I download them ?
Can you please help me.
Thanks
Reply Johnny Geib
4:22 PM on September 22, 2015 
John Fletcher says...
What did the bounce at the end do? I didn't follow that.


It just puts all the pieces together to make one file.
Reply John Fletcher
3:13 PM on September 9, 2015 
What did the bounce at the end do? I didn't follow that.
Reply Dale Marxen
4:57 PM on July 14, 2015 
Very useful! Thanks!