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So I'm trying to record vocal covers with my helix as the audio interface. I'm running my mic into one signal path and then the track through the othe signal path and both are going through the multi output setting. I'm using the headphones out to monitor so it has to both be centered because I tried just panning one left and one right and it just threw me off. Is there any way to split the track and the vocals into two different tracks in studio one and still be centered?
Only Studio One Producer and Studio One Professional supports 3rd party plug-ins, please make sure your version is correct. You can check the link below for comparison. https://www.presonus.com/products/studio-one/compare-versions If your version is correct, please follow the steps below. For Mac: 1) Launch Studio One, go to 'Studio One -> Preferences -> Locations -> VST Plug-ins' 2) Make sure the location is added: VST: 'Library/Audio/Plug-ins/VST' Audio Units: '/Library/Audio/Plug-ins/Components/ 3) Please tick the 'Scan at startup' option, make sure Studio One scans your plug-ins at the program startup. For Windows 1) Launch Studio One, go to 'Studio One -> Preferences -> Locations -> VST Plug-ins' 2) Make sure the correct location is added. The default location is below: C:\Program Files\VSTPlugins 3) Please tick the 'Scan at startup' option, make sure Studio One scans your plug-ins at the program startup.
Attempting to record some voice-over work with my Helix. Aston Origin/48v. Don't have access to my other audio interfaces as I'm on the road. During recording everything sounds fine(great in fact), but when I playback there are a substantial amount of clicks and pops. Specs: Acer VX-15 i7 7700 16gb RAM Studio One V3 Professional(v3.5) Helix(2.21) Line 6 1.86 Drivers Running Helix into USB3.0 16bit/44.1 Have adjusted buffer from 128-2048 with no difference. Again, during recording the clicks and pops aren't present. Just during playback. I've used this setup with my home desktop with no issues, checked the USB cable and its all good. Am I missing something?? Thanks,
Good afternoon, I just recently purchased a used FBV MkII Express and am a bit lost on how to proceed. I've looked at manuals and even tried to watch a tutorial on youtube and I have no idea what I'm doing. Here's what I am currently using: Pod Farm 2 (as a VST) Presonus Studio One What I am trying to do is get the pedal to work as a foot switch. Either to change between tones, or to turn on the tuner, the wah/volume, etc. I have downloaded Monkey as well as Line 6 FBV Control. FBV Control does in fact see the pedal and the volume light turns on. When I tap the A/B/C/D pedals they blink as well. When going into FBV Control, I have no idea what to set. Basically I have a rig set up in Pod Farm 2 (VST) with a foot switch, one for clean, one for distortion. All I *really* need at this point is the ability to go from clean to distortion and back again if need be. I'm sorry if this sounds like a really noobish question (Im sure it is) but I just have no idea when people mention "CC21" and whatnot. To clarify, I DO NOT have an actual POD device. Im using an M-Audio recording interface to get guitars/bass/banjo recorded with Pod Farm 2. The least I would like to do is test functionality. I want to make sure the pedal is working, otherwise I'll need to return it to the pawn shop.