Getting Started in Studio One
Here's how to connect your Jamstik's MIDI output to Studio One 5.
This demonstration walks through the process using the Jamstik Studio, but the connection process is the same for all of the Jamstik controllers.
MPE Compatibility Note:
Ableton Live 11 and Studio One 5's MPE implementation does not preserve MIDI channel information, which is used by the Jamstik to distinguish notes and events on different strings. This blocks the Creator from showing inputs from the correct strings on the fretboard display as well as routing notes from specific strings to the correct per-string samples or accurately replicating hammer-on effects. We have reached out to these companies and hope they will make changes to properly accommodate MPE controllers in the future.
The Jamstik Studio can still be used properly with MPE compatible synths in Ableton Live 11 and Studio One that do not require un-scrambled MIDI channel data.
Next Recommended Tutorial:
Looking to assign multiple different VSTs or instruments to individual strings on the Jamstik? This tutorial walks you through the process in Studio One!
Make sure to check the Jamstik Creator: Third-Party DAW Compatibility Database for the current state of plugin compatibility with your DAW.