Thank you! Seems like there is a nice community here.
The one thing that I am missing from PT is comping / editing vocals. Have you been able to adapt? I had a really hard time in Studio One (I am a beginner so I wasn't as patient as I maybe should have been...)
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Good stuff.I'm a beginner too but what really helped me was this website that has great tutorials to download.some of the teachers on on this forum and they are great guys.comping in studio one is piece of cake once you get going.Happy recording and writing.http://www.groove3.com/str/
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Hey, that is really cool. Hearing what you did is motivating. Especially strong vocals, IMO. A real pleasure to listen to, and watch. Very nice indeed!
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Studio One 2
Omnisphere and/ or Reason on most recent tracks.
East West Complete Composers Collection.
Various other plug ins and virtual instruments.