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Studio One Experts Russ Hughes and Paul Drew take an extended look at the latest version of Studio One, version 4.5, that includes over 70 new features and is free to existing owners of Studio One 4.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has today announced the release of Studio One 4.5, a free update for owners of version 4 and with over 70 new features and improvements.
PreSonus say; “this free update addresses some of the highest voted feature requests from our loyal Studio One user community and at the same time puts a new spin on advanced professional audio and MIDI production workflows. As you would expect from an important – yet free – update, the focus is on workflow and performance. With more and more users switching to Studio One from other DAWs, we want to make sure that essential tools and workflows are covered before moving on to implementing unique and innovative new features.”
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has today announced the new 64S: 64-channel digital mixer and USB audio interface, which they describe as “the world's ONLY 64-channel mixer at this price!”
Check out this free Studio One video tutorial series 'Writing Your First Song In Studio One'. Songwriter and Producer Paul Drew shares his secrets to writing great songs fast.
Studio One Expert sat down with Lee Boylan from PreSonus to get an exclusive hands on demo of the ATOM Pad Controller. In this video Lee creates a track using the ATOM Pad Controller and no mouse, showing how it can help to speed up workflow with its tight integration with Studio One.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, continue to make inroads into pro recording studios with the announcement of the Quantum 4848: 24-bit 192 kHz Thunderbolt Audio Interface with Studio One Professional.
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.
The Fat Channel plug-in that is part of Studio One and the StudioLive series of mixers is already a much-loved plug-in. In a recent shootout this free plug-in stood its ground against some of the best industry plug-in emulations.
The Fat Channel Collection Volume 1 includes emulations of some of the most loved studio hardware around giving users access to both compressors and EQs for use live and in the studio, even better some of them are free.
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.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has today announced the Quantum 2, a 22x24 Thunderbolt 2 low-latency audio interface.
The Quantum 2 24-bit, 192 kHz audio/MIDI interface is, in their own words "PreSonus®’ fastest and best-sounding audio/MIDI interface, taking advantage of the high-speed Thunderbolt™ 2 bus and ADAT Optical I/O to deliver up to 22 inputs and 24 outputs, with extremely low latency."
Marcus Huyskens gives a detailed demonstration of what Passthrough Mode does, how it works, as well as some tips for understanding the signal flow for processing when using Mix Engine FX in your Studio One Productions.
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).
Last week we conducted a shoot out of the PreSonus Quantum And Apogee Ensemble Thunderbolt Audio Interfaces. The results are in...
In this video Marcus demonstrates the basic's of editing Bend Markers in PreSonus Studio One, as well as some additional useful modifiers that can be used with the Bend Tool to help streamline the editing process.
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.
Marcus Huyskens demonstrates a work-around on how to import Markers from a Tempo Map into existing Studio One Songs.
PreSonus - the maker's of Studio One have just released a maintenance update for Studio One - Version 3.5.1. Check out the article for the full set of details including New Features/Improvements, and fixes.
In this quick tip video, Marcus demonstrates a new option that was added in Studio One 3.5 - that allows users to temporarily suspend the link between the Arranger Sections and timeline, in order to manually move the sections without effecting the timeline.