The way to choose Studio Sets directly in FA is:
1. Press the EXIT button several times to ensure it returns to the main
2. Press the DOWN button one time.
3. Press the UP button several times to place the cursor into Studio Set
4. At that point, you can use the ROTARY SWITCH or DEC/INC buttons to
select Studio Sets.
5. If you press ENTER, a list of all Studio Sets will be shown and you
can also use ROTARY Switch or DEC/INC buttons to select.
6. The first 69 Studio Sets are PRESET, after that you have 512 slots
for USER Studio Sets.
My Editor´s support for Studio Sets selection:
1. Ensure you are ON-LINE, it means, properly connected to FA.
2. If you select a new Studio Set in FA, a message box will show the
name of the selected Studio Set.
3. If you perform READ ALL command, via Accessibility Menu/READ
DATA/Read All - you can browse all data for the currently selected Studio
Set in FA.
I have some ideas of improvement in my Editor to help you:
1. Include the number and bank of the Studio Set in the message box.
2. Include a controller feature that you can select Studio Sets and read
some information about it like name, bank, number, mode.
Tell me your toughts,
On Fri, Jul 16, 2021 at 9:48 AM Marcelo Fernandes <tchelosoft@xxxxxxxxx>
One of the most important concepts in FA workstation is the Studio Set.
Does not matter if you are in Single, Split, Dual or Multi Part mode, it's
always a Studio Set.
The screen changes the layout for each mode but I think this causes
confusion to most people.
Imagine a 16 lines table, one line for each part.
- when in SINGLE mode, only the 1st line is available.
- when in SPLIT mode, only two first parts are available, range is
programmed automatically to have 1st part at the left and 2nd part at the
right, based on a split point in the keybed.
- when in DUAL mode, only two first parts are available, range is
programmed automatically to have 1st and 2nd parts layered, so both are
played together when you press keys.
- when in MULTIPART mode, all 16 lines are available, you can choose which
part you want, and program each part range to make splits, layers, so, it's
That´s whay I prefer to always work in MULTIPART mode because the mindset
and workflow process is the same if I want to play one or multiple parts.
In my editor, I´ve reproduced that 16 lines table, with several columns
for each setting of each part, where you can browse through the parts and
columns, it does not matter in which mode you are in FA. You can access it
using Accessibility Menu, STUDIO SET, PART VIEW.
Answer to your question in the next email.
On Wed, Jul 14, 2021 at 7:50 PM Thanh <tommy@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
That's the one I'm confuse of.
From: faaccess-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:faaccess-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Vince Mistretta
Sent: Wednesday, July 14, 2021 5:39 PM
Subject: [faaccess] How do you get to preset Studio Sets?
Subject says it all. I know pressing Split and Dual will bring up Multi
Part but that’s for setting a new one up.
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