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Studio One 4.5 Signal Flow:

Description/disclaimers:
This picture is not a complete schematic of all possible flows as that is not practical with software flow due to logic or conditional flows such as Native Low Latency (Green Z) or Hardware monitoring flows (Blue Z)

This is not an official document from Presonus but meant to help understand the standard flow for routings, control and gain staging purposes. It was made through observations using Presonus signal generators, meters, and scopes.

As always, if anyone finds an error I will be glad to update the flow.

The primary flow is left to right and Audio and MIDI flows have been separated for ease of reading.


4.5 Audio Flow HD.png

4.5 MIDI Flow HD.png

4.5 Signal Flow.pdf
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See the attached PDF for a printable version.

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by Daw Stew on Fri May 22, 2015 10:42 pm
Thanks for doing this Jeff. I had your v2 wallpaper as my desktop screen and it has proven useful. I shall do the same with this
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by Resonant Serpent on Tue Jun 09, 2015 9:09 am
Thank you!
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by sirmonkey on Tue Jun 09, 2015 6:26 pm
jpettit wroteThe new to 3.0 are circled in Red.
.....(screenshot of S1ver routing)...


Nice! Not that I can completely wrap my head around all of that...but that diagram may come in handy for many.
* Also, I still disagree with the OP on one point...I think there are good reasons that Busses and FX Channels are differentiated from each other. ** But his post was thoughtful and constructive.

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by jpettit on Sat Nov 07, 2015 6:33 pm
Studio One 3.1 Signal Flow.
Removed new capability circles and added best place to export from Studio One to the diagram
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EXPORTING AUDIO STEMS/CHANNELS for Various Reasons:
• Song Export Stems / Channels:
o Any channels including bus or FX channels
o File length equals range selected in export
o Includes all upstream processing (Channels inserts FX, Event FX, Event envelopes, Channels Fader level/pan, Mutes)
o Does NOT include Master channel settings: (Fader level, Inserts)

• Song Export Stems / Tack, or Song Export Mix down:
o Must be a track ( no bus or FX channels)
o File length equals range selected in export
o Includes The entire signal chain including master settings: (Channels inserts FX, Event FX, Event envelopes, Channels Fader level/pan, Mutes, Master channel settings: (Fader level, Inserts)

• Drag a track event to a Studio One Browser/Folder: (example: My songs events audio)
o File length equals event size (no position within song)
o Includes the audio events + Event FX + Event envelope
o Does NOT include channel or master bus processing

• Alt+ Drag a track event to a Studio One Browser/Folder:
o File length equals event size
o Includes all upstream processing (Channels inserts FX, Event FX, Event envelopes, Channels Fader level/pan, Mutes) but not master bus processing

• (Select all events with Range Tool starting at zero) Drag a track event to a Studio One Browser/Folder: (example: My songs events audio)
o A file length equals the range selected (with independent events at the correct times within song)
o Includes the audio events + Event FX + Event envelope
o Does NOT include channel or master bus processing
• <Song folder>/Media:
o Raw unprocessed files that were recorded in Studio One or Imported media (Not Soundset based loops)
o Length equals event size

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by jpettit on Mon Nov 09, 2015 11:19 am
Added useful detailed documentation on what, where and why to export Stems/Channel data to the signal flow diagram. (see post above)

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by Daw Stew on Tue Dec 29, 2015 4:30 pm
Hi Jeff, could I ask you to create a 2560 X 1440 version of your signal flow file?
I currently use your 1920 X 1080 version but I've upgraded to a new QWHD 27" monitor which supports the higher resolution
Thanks
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by jpettit on Tue Dec 29, 2015 10:47 pm
Here you go attached.
SignalFlow3.1-2560x1440.png

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by jpettit on Thu Mar 03, 2016 1:01 pm
Signal Flow updated to 3.2
See Original Post.

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by Daw Stew on Tue May 28, 2019 10:02 am
Hi Jeff, will you be updating this Signal Flow diagram now that v4.5 has pre-fader metering and also the input gain section?
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by jpettit on Tue May 28, 2019 12:20 pm
Yes, I am just pending a few reviews.
Due to the previous one getting too complex, I have separated audio and MIDI for starters.

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by jpettit on Sat Jun 22, 2019 9:34 am
The signal flow diagram has been updated to 4.5.
For readability purposes, the signal has been separated into Audio and MIDI pages.
As usual, if you detect an error I will be glad to update the diagram.

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by themaartian on Sat Jun 22, 2019 10:10 am
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Yet Another Excellent Contribution

Many thanks!

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by solis1 on Wed Jun 26, 2019 5:41 am
jpettit wroteStudio One 4.5 Signal Flow:

Description/disclaimers:
This picture is not a complete schematic of all possible flows as that is not practical with software flow due to logic/conditional flows such as Native Low Latency (Green Z) or Hardware monitoring flows (Blue Z)

This is not an official document from Presonus but meant to help understand the standard flow for routings, control and gain staging purposes. It was made through observations using Presonus signal generators, meters, and scopes.

As always, if anyone finds an error I will be glad to update the flow.

The primary flow is left to right and Audio and MIDI flows have been separated for ease of reading.


4.5 Audio Flow HD.png

4.5 MIDI Flow HD.png

4.5 Signal Flow.pdf

See the attached PDF for a printable version.


Thank you so much!!

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by lestervandewalle2 on Tue Jul 09, 2019 4:28 am
Awesome, I've been looking all over for this :thumbup:

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