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Double-click on the !StudioLib icon. This will only a window with a bunch of sample files. Drag one of the sample files to the StudioSound window; it should appear as a small coloured rectangle. Do the same with a few more files, then press Play in the StudioSound window.
Double-click on the !StudioLib icon. This will only a window with a bunch of sample files. Drag one of the sample files to the StudioSound window; it should appear as a small coloured rectangle. Do the same with a few more files, then press Play in the StudioSound window.
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== Library ==
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Click Adjust on the iconbar icon to open the Library. This holds the sample files that can be used in the projects. Any file you drag to the project window will also be added to the Library.
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You may save the content of the Library, so that it is available every time you start StudioSound. Click Menu in the Library and select "Save as default".
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Click Menu over an item in the Library and select Copy to make a copy of the item. This doesn't use any extra disc space. The copy simply contains information about which part of the original file to use.
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If you double click on an item in the Library, the item will be displayed in a View window, where you can play it. If the item is a copy then you may change which part is used, by dragging a selection with the mouse.
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The following icons ara available in the View window:
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* Play selection
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* Play around selection
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* Scrub
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* Stop
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* Zoom in
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* Zoom out
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* Save
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== Project ==
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Click Select on the iconbar icon to create a new project.

Revision as of 16:07, 29 September 2016

Contents

StudioSound

StudioSound is a 32 track audio sequencing studio, allowing several hours of audio to be sequenced amd mixed, using an intuitive visual cutting desk.

That's how the original manual described StudioSound when it was released by Oregan back in 1996-1997. StudioSound was developed by Henrik Bjerregaard Pedersen.

StudioSound is now available as a PackMan package, and runs freakishly fast on a Raspberry Pi 2.

Features

StudioSound allows you to:

  • Position sample files on 32 editing tracks and then move them about
  • Change the volume of each track or sample file
  • Apply realtime, non-destructive DSP effects
  • Cut out parts of each file
  • Much more

Recommendations

Anything slower than a StrongARM is too slow.

A fast harddisc / flash drive is important.

Make sure you get the latest version!

Getting started

Install the StudioSound package and the StudioLib package.

Make sure the audio output / HDMI cable is connected to something which can playback sound.

Start StudioSound, then click on the icon on the iconbar, and create an 8 track project.

Double-click on the !StudioLib icon. This will only a window with a bunch of sample files. Drag one of the sample files to the StudioSound window; it should appear as a small coloured rectangle. Do the same with a few more files, then press Play in the StudioSound window.

Library

Click Adjust on the iconbar icon to open the Library. This holds the sample files that can be used in the projects. Any file you drag to the project window will also be added to the Library.

You may save the content of the Library, so that it is available every time you start StudioSound. Click Menu in the Library and select "Save as default".

Click Menu over an item in the Library and select Copy to make a copy of the item. This doesn't use any extra disc space. The copy simply contains information about which part of the original file to use.

If you double click on an item in the Library, the item will be displayed in a View window, where you can play it. If the item is a copy then you may change which part is used, by dragging a selection with the mouse.

The following icons ara available in the View window:

  • Play selection
  • Play around selection
  • Scrub
  • Stop
  • Zoom in
  • Zoom out
  • Save

Project

Click Select on the iconbar icon to create a new project.

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