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Using sounds created in VIP in Studio 1

Hello. I am trying to use one of the arp I created in VIP and I am trying to use that sound to record a song through Studio 1. Our producer is saying that he'd rather me record through my laptop and send him the file because when he quantizes, he says it won't quantize correctly. So my question is, how do I export my sound that I created and import it to Studio 1? I've been looking everywhere and I can't seem to find it.
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  • Why don't You save your custom ARP in VIP. Then load VIP in S1 as a plugin, load up your ARP and tape it to audio or record the midi first then transform it to audio...
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  • I've tried that and the problem I ran into was that when I would go and try to load the arp that I saved, I couldn't find it. I would go to the location where the plug ins are at and it says this folder is empty.
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  • Hi Nathan,

    Thanks for posting!

    As BULLETHEAD BEATZ mentioned, you can open VIP as a plugin in Studio One. That would probably be the simplest way to do this. If you create a custom set of plugins, I would recommend saving it as a Multi to make it easy to access in the VIP browser. Once you save your Multi, you can recall it in both standalone and plugin modes.

    If you are using a different computer that also has VIP, you can export the Multi and import it to another instance of VIP. The only thing to keep in mind is that same plugins you used on Computer A must be available on Computer B. To do this, highlight your Multi, click File > Export Multi and save it (it will save as a .vipp file). To import it, click File > Import Multi and load it from the directory to which you saved it. It will appear in the Multis category of the plugin browser.

    One last thing to keep in mind is how you are setting the arpeggiator on the Advance itself. To access this menu, hold Shift on the Advance and press ARP/Config. From this menu, you can set specific arpeggiator parameters such as type, swing, time division, etc.

    I hope that helps! Let me know if you have any questions.
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