Jemusic wrotetorbjrnbergman wroteHow do you use a guitar synth (SynthAxe) with Studio One 4 ?
I tried it and it works great just like I remembered it in Cubase !
Just a bit cumbersome to setup but it does the job once you've done the setup !
Huge thanks you just saved me a lot of time !
Hello: I am Mark William (Zimmerdylan). This is my first post here although I have been a visitor off and on for years. I am a professional composer, musician, and teacher. Music is my only profession. I have been a performer for more than 30 years. I have a Music Education Degree from Hartt School of Music (University of Hartford, 1996). My primary instrument is the guitar, and secondary is Piano.
I have been with Studio One from it's earliest days. And I have used it very effectively in my work. However, I am by no means a recording engineer, midi specialist, or a sound tech. I am very much a musician, not a technician. This is why Studio One appealed to me in the beginning. I didn't have to know all of the ins and outs of midi plugins to create orchestrated pieces.
Several months ago, I upgraded to Studio One 4 after being hired to do a movie soundtrack. I had already composed few pieces of music in Studio One 2. The music itself was a 32 piece orchestra so it had strings, horns, woodwinds, etc. So after I got Studio One 4 all set up, I moved the first completed piece over from Studio One 2 and was horrified. It was a muddled mess. The instruments were the same but they were all screwed up. I went through and started trying to straighten the mess out, but no matter how I set things up, I could not get back to the sounds that I was getting out of Studio One 2.
Again, keep in mind that I am not a midi guru here. But it seems to me that they changed the orchestral instruments in Studio One 4 and anything in previous versions gets converted. Is this an accurate assumption? It also seems that the orchestral instrumentation in Studio One 4 is not nearly as good quality as previous versions. I ended up just going back to Studio One 2 to finish the soundtrack. I did use 3rd party software for several of the instruments but that shouldn't make much difference should it? But the Studio One 4 instruments lacked compared to Studio One 2.
I have also found several other issues with Studio One 4 that cause me to just shelf it and keep using the earlier versions.
I know that I am probably just not doing something right as I am not really great with DAW software. But I have been able to make high quality music in previous versions of Studio One. I cannot make anything useful in Studio 4. Unless I'm recording real instruments. I find the quality to be pretty much the same. It seems that Studio One 4 has been geared more for Hip Hop mixers and such.
Please hit me up with some input if you could. Maybe point me in a direction.
Your post should really be its own topic with the issues you are describing.
Have you contacted Support about this?
There may be a good number of things you will need to review with them starting with your specs.
After you start a new thread for this, I can remove this post for you from this topic.
Please add your specs to your SIGNATURE.
Search the STUDIO ONE 4 ONLINE MANUAL. Access your MY.PRESONUS account.
OVERVIEW of how to get your issue fixed or the steps to create a SUPPORT TICKET.
Needs to include: 1) One Sentence Description 2) Expected Results 3) Actual Results 4) Steps to Reproduce.
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You go to Studio One Forum Community Support and there you can start a new Topic.