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How To Import And Stretch Audio Files In PreSonus Studio One 4
Hollin Jones on Mon, December 3rd 0 comments
Here are the techniques you need to know to import stems, loops and more into your Studio One project - with full automatic tempo stretching.

Studio One 4 is the latest and greatest incarnation of Presonus' powerful DAW - a whole production environment for making music. And at the heart of making music is working with digital audio. In this short video from the course Studio One 4 103: Recording and Editing Audio, Joshua Carney guides you through the process of importing audio and loops into Studio One.

Studio One 4 103: Recording and Editing Audio

There are several methods you can use to import audio, be they whole stems or loops, into a project. The first is to just drag and drop them from a Finder window directly into the work area of Studio One. There's also the option to automatically stretch imported audio and loops to the project tempo, and you'll see how to use this feature in the video.

Another option is to use the DAW's built-in Browser to access the dedicated Loops tab. From there you can audition loops, drag and drop them in with tempo auto adjustment if required, and edit. Once you have learned how to import audio and loops, be sure to check out the rest of the course for a complete guide to everything you need to know about working with audio in Studio One 4!

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