In this video, producer Paul Drew and session bass player Dan Hawkins from Online Bass Player talk about using the Universal Audio OX Amp Top Box.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has announced ATOM, a new portable production and performance pad controller.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has announced an update to their popular Faderport.
The original Faderport has been a firm favourite of many DAW users and this one looks like taking over the mantel as a winning compact controller.
Another great video from Studio One user and producer Christopher "Czar" Smith AKA Audio Czar on Analog Summing with Studio One.
With the price of hardware plummeting, many electronic musicians are now rocking dual or even triple-monitor setups on their studio machines. When working on a song, a second display can dramatically increase your productivity - as you can work on two tasks full-screen rather than having to switch between two views all the time, or split one screen in half to multitask.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has announced the latest model in the PreSonusFaderPort™ control surface series, the FaderPort 16.
The Faderport 16 Mix Production Controller connects via USB 2.0 to provide precise tactile control over your favorite DAW’s mix and automation functions, including complete transport control. The new control surface offers full level, solo, and mute control over 16 channels at once, with 16 touch-sensitive, motorized, 100 mm faders, and 89 buttons covering 102 different functions. Quickly zoom in on audio files for editing, adjust a click-track tempo with a simple tap, modify plug-in parameters, manage aux mixes—and, of course, control track levels with the touch of a finger.
If you are wondering if your hardware and software is compatible with macOS High Sierra then Mike and the team at Pro Tools Expert has created this excellent fully searchable and constantly updated database.
You can use the macOS High Sierra Pro Audio Compatibility Guide to quickly check if a brand has yet qualified their products.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has announced the StudioLive Series III Rack Mixers.
StudioLive Series III rack mixers can serve as simple AVB stage boxes, combination stage boxes and monitor mixers, or powerful standalone mixers. PreSonus say they are "the result of ten years of R&D"
In this video, Marcus Huyskens speaks about the different Low Latency Monitoring options in Studio One 3.5 & above. He also demonstrates the key differences between using the Hardware Direct (Blue Z) Low Latency Monitoring vs Native Low Latency Monitoring (Green Z).
I own a Faderport 8 and I love it, however, I would like to be able to tilt it higher so I can see the display a little better.
Enter this low-cost stand I found on Amazon that enables me to tilt the Faderport 8 at varying angles, and it costs around $20 on Amazon.
James Ivey from Pro Tools Expert and producer Jack Ruston show some stereo drum overhead concepts.
Filmed at The Old Chapel Studio in Sussex they try out some stereo recording techniques for drum overheads using a pair of Sontronics Mercury microphones.
As far as giveaways go, you cant get much better than this if you're a big synth fan. Courtesy of the good folks at Novation, and our newest sister site Synth Expert - here's the chance for a lucky person to win Novation's flagship hardware synthesizer, PEAK.
PreSonus the maker's of Studio One, have just announced an updated version of the Studio Live Classic 16.0.2 Mixer. Swapping out firewire connectivity for USB 2.0.
Our friends at PreSonus have announced Quantum a new flagship Thunderbolt Interface. Quantum offers 26x32 over the now ubiquitous Thunderbolt 2 connectivity. At first glance, the new Quantum interface looks strikingly similar to their already popular Studio 192 interface which offers a similar experience over USB3. However, at the heart of the interface lies a much faster interface offering low latency performance out of the box.
A while back, Microsoft announced a brand new desktop computer called the Surface Studio. Could this be the ultimate Studio Computer for Studio One users?
PreSonus, makers of Studio One, recently announced the new Faderport 8 control surface to a lot of excitement.
FaderPort™ 8’ offers precise tactile control over mix and automation functions.
Faderport 8 includes 8 touch-sensitive, motorized, 100 mm faders and 57 buttons covering 78 different functions, Quickly zoom in on audio files for editing, adjust your click-track tempo with a simple tap, modify plug-in parameters, manage aux mixes—and, of course, control track levels with the touch of a finger.
We thought we'd see how popular the Faderport 8 is going to be, both for those using Studio One and for those using other DAWs.
So take out poll and of course leave your comments.