I haven't found where people are already discussing this. It's a noob question, but all of my questions are, so here we go.
In NanoStudio 1, I found it easier to synchronizing vocal samples when I was recording them. It was easy to line up the recording with the time point in the song where I wanted my sample to begin. Because of that it was fairly simple to record the vocal tracks on songs that I was composing.
With this new version, I haven't figured out how to do sync vocals into a song in a very straightforward way. I think it's probably not supposed to be as complicated as it seems to be. I know I'm not describing this in great detail, or any detail, but is there a tutorial somewhere that guides one through laying vocals in NanoStudio 2?
I'm also more accustomed to the controls for the reverb and delay effects in the older version. It stands to reason that this version does more and in more nuanced ways, but I just haven't figured out how to make the same kinds of intense reverbs that I used to add to vocals with NanoStudio 1.
I am a long-time supporter and I am very happy with NanoStudio 2, but I've not quite made the transition so smoothly.
Last but not least, the Eden synthesizer voice that I used most in the previous version, Distorted View, is not available anymore. Someone here helped me to make a rough approximation (thank you!!!), but man do I miss that synth voice.
Thanks for any and all views.