Do you want to become a Studio One 4 Ninja and unlock the power of this amazing music production DAW? Since the release of Studio One 4, the team at Studio One Expert has been working hard to make sure the Studio One community gets the best from Studio One 4. We've been showing Studio One tips, tricks and tutorials and all of it completely free of charge, there are no strings attached.
In this free music production tutorial, courtesy of Production Expert, Russ shows how you can use Studio One 4 in 'Live' mode and unlock the power of using beats on the fly as well as performing songs live in Studio One.
In this video created with the kind support of Universal Audio, Russ shows how to get guitar amp tones in Studio One using an Apollo interface, Fender 55 amp plug-in and other plug-ins. He shows how to set up Studio One to record with an Apollo interface to get the best workflow when tracking guitar.
We thought we'd see what makes up the Studio One user community today, it's a simple poll and we can't give every possible answer to suit every scenario so choose the ONE THAT BEST FITS YOU.
Once no one used DAWs, we went into a recording studio and mixed on a large console. Almost without exception they all had a standard set of features. Remarkably modern DAWs still lack some of those essential features such as phase reverse, low pass filter and trim.
However in Studio One there's everything you need to be able to power up your mixing workflow and creating that classic mixer mode, you can even add a VU meter for extra vintage mojo.
Here is our free Studio One tip to show you how to give Studio One that workflow.
Since the launch of Studio One 4, there's been a lot of talk about some of the new features and workflow improvements but there have also been some conversations from users who claim they have seen performance improvements in Studio One 4, citing faster load times and snappier overall performance. Is this true?
In this free video tutorial, Russ shows how you can replace drum sounds in Studio One, it requires no special plug-ins and takes seconds.
Drum replacement is a method of triggering new samples to replace or augment the existing drum sounds, it often requires an additional paid-for plug-in.
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has announced an update to the Studio One Remote for iPad and Android.
The Studio One Remote 1.3 update provides additional support for Studio One 4 and includes several bugfixes and performance improvements. The update adds a new page of Macros to support music editing features and improvements found in Studio One 4.
In this free video tutorial, Russ shows how to use pattern mode in Studio One 4 on drums and synths.
Unlock the power of creating super tight beats and amazing synth parts in a matter of minutes using all the features of the powerful pattern mode including using loop lengths, repeats and, probability.
We thought we would see which features are most popular and so we've created a poll to see what they are, take a moment to complete the poll, you can make up to three choices, so in the words of the Grail Knight in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade "choose wisely."
PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, has announced Studio One 4 with a raft of new features, many of them requested by users.
What do you think Is coming?
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.
Which One Is Your Favourite Studio One VI? Take our poll and let us know which one you use the most.