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Using Auto Punch

Here's a video on the Auto Punch feature. Something every solo musician can use for tracking.

Posted by Johnny Geib on November 8, 2016 at 1:10 AM 2013 Views

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3 Comments

Reply Johnny Geib
3:06 AM on November 13, 2016 
Sounds to me like you're not turning on the Loop Active Button.

Martin Weeks says...
Hey Johnny,
I think I asked this question on the YouTube Channel while watching the video. Got a reply back saying yes I could...but when I tried it didn't. So I'm gonna ask you as I think it's some kind of setting in my midi learn I didn't set up.
Because of the limited space for me to record, often times it's easier to reach over and hit the control buttons on my midi keyboard (We set this basic start stop record buttons earlier)
However, when I set up in Studio One the "Punch In" button as you instruct in the video, the keyboard commands didn't do the auto punch.
I went back and recorded just using Studio One and clicking the record button and everyrthing worked fine.
I tried again with the midi keyboard by pressing "Record" on the midi but it started recording on the track instantly (like you I started play back a few bars earlier so I could set up to play when punch kicked in. However, the keyboard button for record did not work the same way.
When I click record using auto punch on the computer works fine, but not when using the keyboard command buttons.
Is there something I need to configure in the midi learn? So I can use the keyboard for this auto punch technique?
Thanks.
Marty
Reply Tim Rickard
3:40 AM on November 12, 2016 
If you don't know about Auto-Punch, you will after this video and it will save you a ton of TIME and frustration lol. I thought it was going to take some time to figure it all out before I could use it so I just left it alone. Big mistake. Dun do that. Watch this, learn this, use this, love this! :D
Reply Martin Weeks
2:18 AM on November 8, 2016 
Hey Johnny,
I think I asked this question on the YouTube Channel while watching the video. Got a reply back saying yes I could...but when I tried it didn't. So I'm gonna ask you as I think it's some kind of setting in my midi learn I didn't set up.
Because of the limited space for me to record, often times it's easier to reach over and hit the control buttons on my midi keyboard (We set this basic start stop record buttons earlier)
However, when I set up in Studio One the "Punch In" button as you instruct in the video, the keyboard commands didn't do the auto punch.
I went back and recorded just using Studio One and clicking the record button and everyrthing worked fine.
I tried again with the midi keyboard by pressing "Record" on the midi but it started recording on the track instantly (like you I started play back a few bars earlier so I could set up to play when punch kicked in. However, the keyboard button for record did not work the same way.
When I click record using auto punch on the computer works fine, but not when using the keyboard command buttons.
Is there something I need to configure in the midi learn? So I can use the keyboard for this auto punch technique?
Thanks.
Marty