In this free video tutorial, created with the kind support of Universal Audio, Russ shows how to Auto-Tune Realtime has the control now to tune even the most complex vocal performance and still make it sound natural.
Our friends at PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, have announced that Universal Control 2.6 is now available.
Brought to you with the support of Waves, In this 3rd video of a 4 part free mini-series, Marcus moves along, and begins to process the Bass & various Percussion elements using the Scheps Multi Channel plug-in.
Brought to you with the support of Waves, In this 3rd video of a 4 part free mini-series, Marcus turns to the Waves Element Virtual Instrument in order to craft his bass tone for the song. After coming up with the right sound to fit the track, he then begins to add additional processing using additional Waves plug-ins such as CLA BASS, and OneKnob Filter.
This video explains using plug-ins as inserts and sends
Brought to you with the support of Waves, In this 2nd video of a 4 part free mini-series, Marcus moves along from where he left off in the first video, and begins to mix the Drums & Acoustic Guitar using only the Scheps Omni Channel plug-in.
This video explains track types.
A week or so ago we decided to put the plug-ins found in the latest version of the PreSonus Fat Channel up against what are considered to be the best plug-in models around. As we said at the time we're not going to name brands but suffice to say the plug-ins we are comparing are from well-respected brands and cost a great deal more than Fat Channel... of course, it's free! Here is the result of both listening tests.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has announced Studio One version 3.5.6, offering new featues and a host of bug fixes.
Brought to you with the support of Waves, In this first video of a 4 part free mini-series, Marcus takes a look at using the Scheps Omni Channel on the Mix Bus to add some tonal shaping and colour to an acoutic based Cue.
This video discusses Edit Modes.
This video discusses audio file management
We decided to put the plug-ins found in the latest version of the PreSonus Fat Channel up against what are considered to be the best plug-in models around. Can you tell the difference?
This video discusses how Studio One handles audio events in comparison to Pro Tools.
This video explains similarities and differences in the interfaces in Pro Tools and Studio One.
In this free video tutorial, created with the kind support of Universal Audio, Russ shows how to add character and clean up a mix using the UAD Helios Type 69 plug-in.
In Part 2 Russ explains audio set Up compared to Pro Tools.
Our friends at PreSonus, creators of Studio One, have a fantastic promo throughout the month of May 2018, buy a PAIR of PreSonus Sceptre studio monitors (either the S6s or S8s) and get a Monitor Station V2 completely free.
In Part 1 Russ gives an overview of the Studio One interface Startup screen compared to Pro Tools.
In this article, we're going to discuss notation in Studio One.
Notation and scoring are not native in Studio One but works by tightly integrating Studio One with Notion, the notation application from PreSonus, the makers of Studio One.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has added the Klanghelm-SDRR-2 plug-in to their Studio Magic Plug-in Suite.
The Klanghelm SDRR2tube can be used to add warmth, depth and character to your tracks. SDRR2tube can also be used as a saturation processor, a compressor, an EQ, a bit-crusher, or a subtle stereo widener—or it can simply add movement to your tracks. A comprehensive set of controls enables you to manipulate the character of the saturation to make it sit perfectly in your mix.
Here is another great video tutorial from friend fo the blog AudioCzar.
In this extended video, Chris shows everything he does to prepare a Studio One session before mixing.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has released version 3.5.5
We decided to look at those new features in Pro Tools 2018 and ask if there's anything in Pro Tools 2018 that Studio One can't do, so here we go.
A few weeks ago we asked the Studio One community to let us know what they thought should be in the next version of Studio One, expected sometime 2018, you can read the Studio One 4 post here.
The article garnered a record number of comments, we have listed them below so you can see the kind of things Studio One users are hoping to see in Studio One 4.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has announced the Studio 1810 and Studio 1824 USB 2.0 audio/MIDI interfaces.
Created with the kind support of Universal Audio, Russ shows how to add depth to a vocal and piano track. He shows how to add space without it sounding like it is in a gymnasium.
Rick from PreSonus has created this excellent video giving an extended sneak peek of the upcoming StudioLive Series III DAW Mode, currently in beta testing.
Faderport 8 can work in native, HUI and MCU mode but lots of software does not support any of those protocols, I use Final Cut Pro X for example and I have wished I could use Faderport to control Final Cut Pro - well with a simple app it's now possible to control any app you like.
There may be a number of reasons for the high percentage of Windows users, one of them must inevitably be the support that PreSonus give to Windows users, after all, there's a lot to be said for the expression 'you reap where you sow.'