How to setup RAVEN in Studio One on macOS

RAVEN 3.9 Studio One Setup macOS

 

Setting Up Studio One with V-Control Pro for RAVEN

The following article explains how to set up Studio One for the use with the RAVEN. To learn more about the general aspects of V-Control Pro, check out the Neyrinck Website.

You will be guided through the following steps: 

  1. Configure Mackie Control V-Control Pro
  2. Configuring TUIO for Studio One (not recommended if users prefer to have gestures)
  3. Importing RAVEN Key Scheme for Batch Commander and Studio One.

Configure Mackie Controllers for 24 Track RAVEN Faders

In this section, you will learn how to configure Mackie Controls in Studio One to connect V-Control Pro and RAVEN. 

  1. Open Studio One Preferences and select "External Devices"
  2. Click the "Add" button and select Mackie-Control and set the input and output to V-Control Pro.S1_CONTROL_1.png
  3. Click the "Add" button and select Mackie-Control Extended and set the input and output to V-Control Pro XT2
    S1_CONTROL_2.png
  4. Click the "Add" button and select Mackie-Control Extended and set the input and output to V-Control Pro XT3
  5. Click the "Placement" button and the 3 Mackie Controller devices to the Group 1.
    S1_Placement.png

Configure TUIO for Studio One Multi-Touch Functionality

In this section, you will learn how to configure TUIO in Studio One to allow functions in Studio One.  (Note: By setting up Studio One Native Multi Touch users will loose access to the 40+ RAVEN / UPDD Commander Gestures that are already mapped for Studio One) Multi-Touch VS Gestures

  1. Open Studio One Preferences and select the "Touch Input" from the General Tab.
  2. Check the Box for "Enable TUIO Multi-Touch devices"
  3. Set the UDP Port to 3334S1_TOUCH.png
  4. Set the Number of attached Multi-Touch Devices to the number of Touch Displays in the current setup. For Dual RAVEN set to 2 or for Single RAVEN set to 1.

  5. Click Apply and configure and open the RAVEN software. 
  6. Finally load the Studio One TUIO only UPDD Commander Profile:  UC Profile

Import the RAVEN KeyScheme for Batch Command functionality. 

In this section, you will learn how to import the RAVEN key command for Studio One

  1. Open Studio One Preferences and select the "Keyboard Shortcuts" from the General Tab.
  2. Click the "Import" button and select the RAVEN Keyscheme. Download this file from your Slate Account or from the link at the bottom of this article.  RAVEN KeyScheme

Setup Studio One Multi-Touch for MTi1

If using an MTi1, be sure to disable "Enable Mouse" in the Multi-Touch Platform.

If users would like to use Gestures, be sure to setup UPDD Commander for MTi1 Profile UPDD Commander MTi1 setup.

Import the RAVEN KeyScheme for Batch Command functionality. 

In this section, you will learn how to import the RAVEN key command for Studio One

  1. Open Studio One Preferences and select the "Keyboard Shortcuts" from the General Tab.
  2. Click the "Import" button and select the RAVEN Keyscheme. Download this file from your Slate Account or from the link at the bottom of this article. 
    raven_keys.png

 



 

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