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closed Add functionality from Studio One X [some added in 4.0]

+177 votes
asked Jan 5, 2018 in Completed Feature Requests by scunacc (2,570 points)
closed May 23, 2019 by lawrencefarr
I didn't see this being asked after searching back many pages. So, here we go.

In the light of the apparent withdrawal of Studio One X from public use, and given that its features were very useful indeed for MIDI editing, please can you add all those features to Studio One natively.


Kind regards

Derek Jones.
closed with the note: 4.5:  Added multiple new MIDI functions

12 Answers

+12 votes
answered May 28, 2018 by Trucky (7,350 points)
selected Jun 2, 2018 by jpettit
Best answer

For those not familiar with Studio One X, here's the 4 toolbars (think Macro Toolbar) of macros/functions that it provides. It is very easy to toggle between them by clicking on the 1, 2, 3 or 4. I still have contact with the developer as he continues adding improvements to what already was (IMHO) a great add-on for improved Studio One workflow. I and others would love to see more of these implemented in future updates to Studio One 4 or for PreSonus to connect with him to discuss licensing options. 

+10 votes
answered Jan 8, 2018 by stephanforster (330 points)
Yes I would love this as well please
+5 votes
answered Jan 18, 2018 by zizigulu (680 points)
This is the easiest task that Presonus can do.
+5 votes
answered Jan 24, 2018 by pauldecesare (5,720 points)
What are those features in X that are now missing?
+13 votes
answered Feb 3, 2018 by judithkuijf (1,280 points)
The select midi options and the chord assistant made Studio One X a very nice addition. (and the full screen option) Strange guy and strange motivation to cancel the project for public use. He wanted a user base and community for his project and (like all developers) a lot of applause. He got irritated by the people that just downloaded his stuff or had comments (also like a normal developer ;) ). It wasn't open source (too bad) from the start and he didn't want to take his software from freeware level to shareware level. Studio One X returned to be a personal project. Strange decision if you ask for public input in the first place. The software extension was mature enough to get paid like a descent plugin for Studio One. Very sad decision and hopefully PreSonus asks/pays this guy to use his excellent code.
+4 votes
answered Mar 21, 2018 by alexandergleich (4,780 points)
Yup, please improve MIDI editing in SO!
+4 votes
answered May 21, 2018 by AlexTinsley (925,190 points)

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+10 votes
answered May 24, 2018 by judithkuijf (1,280 points)

I totally agree with the previous comment. For version 4.1. or 4.2 keep adding the other functions of Studio One X (and also take a look at the track actions macro's). The middle mouse pan option is great as is the articulationeditor, the fullscreen option is nice to have also. I am very happy with the select midi options that are added in version 4. This makes midi editing a lot easier.yes

Thank in advance!

+3 votes
answered May 30, 2018 by woodbeast (200 points)
No problem.

Hopefully he will continue his work with S1 4 out.
+3 votes
answered May 31, 2018 by Zirrex (9,850 points)
I was very surprised that this is not in the new version (Studio One 4.0.0) of the program.
Please make S1 more convenient! Add the features of Studio One X.
+3 votes
answered May 31, 2018 by exoticbomj (260 points)
Middle button scroll in Studio one X is very useful!! Also you can smoothly zoom with ctrl+shift+middle mouse button!
+3 votes
answered Jun 2, 2018 by jpettit (11,810 points)
You must assume that they know nothing of S1 X.

Please only reply with the description of the feature you liked most and why it saved you time.  

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