In Studio One, the control surface part of Keystage and the keyboard controller part have to be set up as separate devices.
- Download and run the Script Installer for Studio One to install the script on your computer.
- Connect the Keystage to Computer and start Studio One.
- When starting up for the first time, press the SETTINGS button on the Keystage, turn the volume knob 2 to set the Controller Mode to "Studio One," and press the SETTINGS button again. After completing the settings in steps 3 through 5, this operation is no longer necessary, and the Controller Mode will be set automatically when Studio One is started up.
- Click "Studio One -> Option" (Windows) or "Studio One -> Preferences" (mac) in the Studio One menu, and then click "External Devices" in the Option window.
- Click the "Add" button at the bottom of the External Device Settings screen and add the following settings:
- Select KORG's Keystage 49 or Keystage 61 from the left pane.
- Set "Receive From" to "Keystage x DAW IN" (Windows, where x is a number) or "Keystage DAW IN" (mac).
- Set "Send To" to "Keystage x DAW OUT" (Windows, where x is a number) or "Keystage DAW OUT" (mac).
- Click "Add" button of External Devices again and add the following settings:
- Select "New Keyboard" from the left pane.
- Set "Receive From" to "Keystage x KBD/CTRL" (Windows, where x is a number) or "Keystage KBD/CTRL" (mac).
- Set "Send To" to "Keystage x CTRL" (Windows, where x is a number) or "Keystage CTRL" (mac).
- If you want to synchronize Keystage's arpeggiator to Studio One's tempo, check the "Send MIDI Clock" checkbox.
The following functions are assigned to Keystage controllers.
|PLAY (>)||Play or Stop|
|METRO (SHIFT + TEMPO)||Metronome ON/OFF|
|UNDO (SHIFT + EXIT)||Undo|
(SHIFT + VALUE v)
(SHIFT + VALUE ^)
|PLAY POSITION BACK
(SHIFT + Encoder Left)
|PLAY POSITION FORWARD
(SHIFT + Encoder Right)