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SAWStudio Demo
Helpful information regarding your
Midi Workshop Demo

Getting Started

  1. Select your sound card input and output devices by selecting the Audio Device Setup option under the Options menu.

  2. Explore the power of the function-key 'Workspace Views' for instant access to the many different window configurations.

  3. View the 'Navigation' section of the Helpfile/Manual to get a feel for the interface.

  4. Visit the online SAWStudio Training Tutorial Library for a detailed audio/visual reference guide to learning how to master the SAWStudio interface.

  5. You may import SAWPro .edl files, or add new .wav files directly to the MultiTrack from the File menu to get started. Or simply click on the MultiTrack Record button and start recording!

Demo Limitations
  • Will not save default preferences.

  • Certain MultiTrack operations are limited to the first eight Input tracks, the first two Return tracks, and the first four Output tracks.

  • The audio output will be interrupted every 15 seconds with a low level tone for one second.

You are free to save and recall all session and template file types to help you experience the power and versatility the program brings to the art of virtual audio editing and mixing.

Getting Started

  1. The Midi WorkShop is automatically detected by SAWStudio and does not require you to patch it in as a processing plug-in. You can access its main window by choosing Midi Workshop from the SAWStudio View menu, or by [Left-Clicking] the Up/Dn arrow zone in the top client area of the SAWStudio MultiTrack and choosing Midi Workshop from the popup Track List.

  2. With the Midi WorkShop window open, select Help Contents from the Midi WorkShop's Info menu, and carefully read each subject under the Getting Started section which explains how to set up MIDI ports and patches, and create a Patch_Template.ini file.

  3. To get started with exploring the interface and editing functions in the Midi WorkShop, familiarize yourself with the separate Midi WorkShop workspace views accessible with the Ctrl F-Keys.

  4. You may bring some data into the MultiTrack in one of two ways. 1) Import a standard MIDI file from another sequencer program or downloaded Internet source. The Import Midi File function is available under the Midi WorkShop File menu. 2) Record data directly into the Midi WorkShop MultiTrack. (See Record Mode.

  5. Run through the brief tutorials in the helpfile, using the included simple MIDI file to familiar yourself with some of the basic playback and editing techniques in the Midi WorkShop.

Demo Limitations
  • The demo is limited to approximately one minute of playback time.

  • Sessions created and saved in the demo will not open in the full version.

You are free to save and recall all session data for an unlimited time, so that you can experience the speed and versatility of the Midi WorkShop environment.