Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page in the New Studio One 5.5

Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page in the New Studio One 5.5

What’s new on the latest version of Studio One 5.5? Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page!

 

This blog is part of our new series of tutorials based on the new features included in the latest update of PreSonus Studio One 5.5

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Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page

Just as you used to render the effects and inserts applied to a certain track in Studio One’s Song Mode, Studio One 5.5 now lets you apply the exact same procedure on your Project Page!

This in fact will help you save CPU resources because you would be creating a completely new audio file that contains the audible effects of all the inserts you had already applied. The automation will also be included on this render. This way, when you press the play button, the program will simply play a new audio file with no inserts or any kind of real-time processing.

Today we are going to demonstrate how to use this new feature.

Here we go!

 

  1. Open or create a new Studio One Project:

For the purpose of this tutorial we have a Project that contains one mix.

Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page in the New Studio One 5.5

 

 

Note that our track contains two inserts already:

Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page in the New Studio One 5.5

 

 

So, in order to reduce the CPU usage, we will render this track to audio.

 

2. Locate the track list on the left:

Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page in the New Studio One 5.5

 

 

3. Right click on the track’s name:

Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page in the New Studio One 5.5

 

 

4. Click on “Transform to Rendered Audio”:

The following window will appear as:

Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page in the New Studio One 5.5

 

 

5. Click “OK”:

The rendering procedure will start:

Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page in the New Studio One 5.5

 

 

6. The rendering process will end and the new track will show as:

Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page in the New Studio One 5.5

 

 

Note how there are no more inserts:

Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page in the New Studio One 5.5

 

 

Also, the waveform has changed, reflecting the gain difference that came from rendering the inserts:

Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Page in the New Studio One 5.5

 

And that’s it! Now you have learned how to Transform Track to Rendered Audio in Project Mode!

Go ahead and experiment with this technique and get the perfect sound for your music!

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