How to record MIDI and instrument tracks in Studio One
In this video, Brian from OBEDIA shows you how to record MIDI in PreSonus Studio One.
Recording MIDI on PreSonus Studio One is easy to do. One common misconception with respect to recording MIDI in Studio One is that there is a difference between Instrument and MIDI tracks. In reality, these are one in the same! MIDI and Instrument tracks both serve the same service, allowing you to record MIDI in Studio One.
In this video, we will show you how to easily set up and record MIDI in Studio One.
To record MIDI in Studio One, you should first have setup your audio interface, and your MIDI input device. If you need help with that, Call OBEDIA to get one-on-one help with device setup.
After having done this, you’ll proceed to recording MIDI in Studio One Start by setting up a new instrument track from the add new tracks dialog box. Then, with the new instrument track created, add a virtual instrument to that track. This will allow you to get sound out of the track when you record MIDI into Studio One.
Next, arm the track for recording, and begin to play your MIDI device into Studio One. As long all is working correctly, you should be able to start recording MIDI into Studio One.
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