Whilst there is no confirmed date, Studio One 4 is on the horizon and hopefully should see the light of day sometime in 2018.
PreSonus, the developers of Studio One, set the bar high with the release of Studio One 3, giving it tons of new features and a modern new look too. Studio One 3 secured Studio One as a serious DAW for both enthusiasts and professionals alike, with many professionals now using Studio One as their primary DAW.
With the huge leap in development in Studio One 3, it's hard to imagine how PreSonus could top that with Studio One 4, but it's never a good idea to underestimate the talented PreSonus team.
In our article Three Vital Professional Features Still Missing From Studio One We Need Now we wrote about some features that continue to be missing in Studio One including ripple editing, session import/export and AAF/OMF support but there is a long list on the PreSonus Feature Request page, it runs to over 85 pages with over 1600 Studio One feature requests, these include multicore support and many other features Studio One users are still hoping to see in a Studio One 4.
But what features do you hope to see in Studio One 4?
Leave them in the comments so we can discuss there here but also take the time to search the Studio One Feature Request page and if the request is not there please add it. You will see that many of those requests have been completed - PreSonus really do listen to their users.