This course assumes Studio One 6.1 or higher!
By design, it’s assumed you watch the video first, OR just parts of a video. Then Pause/Stop and practice the techniques shown in YOUR copy of Studio One (S1), and you also check out this Q&A review below each video.
It’s always a few baby steps:
It’s NORMAL to miss a detail or two the first time! It’s normal to re-watch some sections multiple times.
Almost nobody gets it all on their first viewing. You don’t need every detail perfect before moving on, but you also want to DO/Practice the techniques before moving to the next video.
The more you do, the easier it all gets.
Pro Tip: Click any screenshot in this review section to see it larger!
All screenshots in the Review section can be clicked on to enlarge them. Excellent for tablets, smaller screens, more mature eyes, or anytime you want to see additional details.
Once enlarged, there is an “X” in the upper right corner to return the screenshot to its original size and see additional review questions/answers.
Videos are shorter, so you can find the specifics you need easier. Each video has a “Video Review” Q&A section, (you’re reading it now!) with key points highlighted for you. The reviews also contain additional details, and if S1 had a minor update that is different enough, this Video Review will have additional details reflecting the latest versions of Studio One.
Don’s learned a ton of new shortcuts over the last few years, and Studio One has released new versions that have even more capability and many options to simplify your workflow.
If you see something different in your version (compared to the video) be sure to check the notes below the videos.
The course started with v6 and as details change, we will add notes below the videos, and/or add another video as needed.
No, because you don’t need it! We’ll teach you what you need to know to get up and running.
Our job is to keep the focus on your performance, and get all the tech in S1 into the background as quickly as possible.
You’ll have mastered audio, and quicker revisions when you need it, with just enough details to give you depth and productivity enhancements.
Most people actually do watch the videos multiple times and it’s perfectly okay!
In fact, here’s a pro tip: if you come back in a month or two and rewatch some or all of the videos, you’ll be surprised to pick up new insights that you missed the first time around.
Trust yourself and your ability to absorb information, don’t be afraid to revisit the material to fully grasp the concepts.
It’s all part of the learning process and we have no doubt that you’ll succeed.