David demonstrates how you can get folders in the Console in Studio One 3.
One common misconception is that Studio One 3 is not as powerful to mix on as some other DAWs on the market, we don't agree, so here are our 5 features that make Studio One 3 ideal for mixing even the complex track. In fact the good news is that many of these features are in version 2 as well.
In this free video, David shows us the new Splitter in Studio One 3, and explains what you can do with it. He demonstrates two of it's potential applications by using it for the parallel compression of drums, and to process the low frequency content of a bass guitar independently from its high frequency content.
In this free video, Matt explains what exactly a VCA channel is and why you would want to use it instead of a regular group channel. He also shows you how easy it is to achieve this same behavior in Studio One 3 and how to record automation using this type of mixing technique.
David shows us what has changed in the Console in Studio One 3.
He tells us about the new features, but also explains what functions he thinks are still missing.
There's a lot of good things going for PreSonus Studio One and it's great for music production and for composition, but sometimes people overlook just how powerful it is as a professional mixing tool. Many of the things I'm going to talk about are also features in other DAWs, but some are missing, even in those claiming to be the best. Here are 5 reasons I love to mix in Studio One
In this video, David Mood shows you what stems are and how to export them. He also explain the difference between exporting Tracks or Channels in Studio One.
The Millennium stadium have recently taken delivery of a StudioLive 24.4.2AI desk to replace its 16-Channel predecessor, the StudioLive 16.4.2, which had been used for several years previously but is now being used as the sub-mixer.
If you are new to Studio One either as your first DAW or coming from another DAW then it's easy to overlook some of the simple but powerful workflow tricks built in. Nowhere is this more apparent than when using virtual instruments. In this tutorial we'll show you how easy it is to route separate outputs.
Russ talks with Rick Naqvi from PreSonus about the new PreSonus Announce CS18AI Control Surface. The hardware controller for Studio One.
He also presses him on more information on Studio One 3 and the recent images seen online.
There's going to be some times when you get audio files in stereo and you want them to be mono. It drives me crazy when I get sent stems for vocals, bass guitar or kicks as stereo files and the first thing I want to do is make them mono.
Bussing simply means routing audio from one or more tracks to an “auxiliary” track in order to process them as a single unit. Think of it as putting an audio signal on a “bus”, to send it from one place to another. For instance, if you wanted to put a reverb on 10 different tracks, you might use bussing. Rather than
Control surfaces can be a twitchy bunch. Some work very well with certain DAWs, while nearly ignoring most functions in others. It seems that the controllers that work best are either expensive enough to keep the masses of “bedroom producers” from reaping their benefits or they are known only to a select few and are, therefore, doomed to a ‘niche’ market.