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studio_one_remote_01The day has arrived! Studio One Remote is now available for free from the Apple App Store. You can get it by clicking here. Note that you’ll need the latest 3.0.1 update to Studio One 3 Professional to use it.

Studio One Remote lets you control Studio One 3 Professional via wi-fi. This is great for folks who are working on solo projects—you won’t have to run back to your computer, press record, and then run back to the drum kit every time you miss a take. Just keep your iPad with Studio One Remote at your side! Make sure you’ve gotten the latest 3.0.1 update to Studio One 3 Professional to use Studio One Remote.

 

  • For a full description of Studio One Remote’s features, click here.
  • For the press release, click here.

 

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Posted by Ryan Roullard



Chris Tsanjoures

Rational Acoustics Smaart Basics Course Coming to PreSonus HQ in Baton Rouge, Aug. 10-11—Sign up here

Our good friend Chris Tsanjoures from Rational Acoustics will be in Baton Rouge to teach his Smaart Basics class at the PreSonus world headquarters on August 10 and 11. The class is open to the public – so if you’ve been wanting to step up your audio game using the full Smaart v.7 software  – this is an opportunity that you do not want to miss. For the uninitiated, Smaart is a dual-channel, FFT-based software platform we use in our work as audio engineers to view the frequency content of signals or measure the response of our loudspeaker systems. If you’ve used the RM or StudioLive software control applications, you’ve already had a glimpse at some very basic Smaart Measurement Technology features – now is your chance to start using Smaart v.7 like a Pro!

The Smaart Basics class curriculum covers the configuration, operation, and fundamental concepts of RTA, Spectrograph, Transfer Function and Impulse Response measurements. At the completion of the course, each attendee will have been given a functional knowledge of how Smaart operates as a tool and how to use it to perform essential system engineering tasks such as loudspeaker equalization, delay systems alignment, subwoofer alignment/arraying, multi-position live averaging and much much more.

Oh, and in true PreSonus tradition, we’ll see to it that every attendee will be well-fed.

Date/Time

Monday August 10, 2015 – Tuesday August 11, 2015
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Registration: http://www.rationalacoustics.com/events/baton-rouge-la-2/#register
Course description: http://www.rationalacoustics.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/NEWSmaart-Basics6.15.pdf

Location

PreSonus Audio Inc.
18011 Grand Bay Court
Baton Rouge, LA United States 70809

About the Instructor: Chris Tsanjoures is a Product Manager at Rational Acoustics. This puts him in a unique position to split his time between the development of the Smaart Platform, and training folks on the use and theory behind it. Chris holds a BA in Music Production & Technology from the Hartt School of Music and is an active freelance sound engineer for various production companies throughout the North East.

 

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The 3.0.1 update to Studio One released today, adding Italian localization, an updated reference manual, enhanced multi-touch performance, support for the StudioLive CS18AI, and much more, including bug fixes.

All you need to do to update is launch Studio One 3. If your computer is connected to the Internet, Studio One’s start page will prompt you to install the update.
New features and improvements:

• Italian localization added
• Updated reference manual with improved layout and navigation
• New teaser Sound Set “Prime Selection Loops and Sounds” for all versions
• USB installation support for optional USB thumb drive
• Multi-touch support for 3rd party plug-ins
• Multi-touch support for context menus
• Multi-touch vertical zooming improvements
• Improved multi-touch performance
• Change: TUIO support now disabled by default
• Improved visibility of selected events
• Improved toolbar button alignment (optimized for smaller screens)
• Improved automation curve handling
• Support for Studio One Remote and PreSonus CS18AI moving fader controller (UCNET remote)

This update also fixes many bugs. Click here for the full list of fixes.

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Russ Hughes of Studio One Expert and Pro Tools Expert hangs out with Arnd Kaiser and Matthias Juwan of PreSonus software in Hamburg during the launch of Studio One 3. This time around, they discuss some of the updates and new features related to controlling Studio One.

 

Learn more about Studio One 3 and try the demo here: http://studioone.presonus.com/

Check out Studio One Expert here: http://www.studio-one.expert/

 

 

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Grammy-nominated producer Luke Mornay has been advocating Studio One ever since he made the switch from Cubase a few years ago. Naturally, he got in at the ground floor with Studio One 3. Here’s his thoughts on all things Studio One 3, including Mai Tai, Note FX, and Presence XT. To close it out, he shares a cool trick he calls “Creative Comping.”

 

 

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Join us at Summer NAMM for a live tracking session with Briana Tyson and friends! Anyone interested in modern recording techniques and digital recording won’t want to miss this. 

Rick Naqvi and Josh Harris will record Briana and her band using the Studio 192 and Studio One 3. Get a look at working with the latest version of Studio One in the real world! We’ll record, arrange, mix & publish online.

The event is FREE to get in but we only have 40 spots available… sign up now!

Thursday, July 9, 8:00 p.m.

Blackbird Academy
3318-3320 Ambrose Ave
Nashville, TN 37207

 

 

 

 

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Russ Hughes of Studio One Expert and Pro Tools Expert hangs out with Arnd Kaiser and Matthias Juwan of PreSonus software in Hamburg during the launch of Studio One 3. In this video, they take a look at Studio One 3 from a sound design perspective.

 

 

Learn more about Studio One 3 and try the demo here: http://studioone.presonus.com/

Check out Studio One Expert here: http://www.studio-one.expert/

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[This just in from recent Studio One 3 convert, Tacio!]

Hey Guys, Wassup? I’m Tacio (music producer/songwriter/director/artist) and I’m here to talk about this amazing DAW, the new Studio One 3 by PreSonus. I was talking with a friend from New York and she told me about the software, so I decided to test it and the result was great!

The new Studio One has powerful tools, a multi-touch interface, great plugins, synths, a great browser and much more. Moving from Sonar to Studio One 3 was a quick and easy task, in a few hours all of my songs—and the songs of my clients—were running in Studio One. To me it seems to incorporate the best features of all the other DAWs I’ve ever used, but is incredibly quick and intuitive to use.

This program took my productions to the next level, I’m a fan.

 

To see more of my work and connect with me, please use the following links.

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Russ Hughes of Studio One Expert and Pro Tools Expert hangs out with Arnd Kaiser and Matthias Juwan of PreSonus software in Hamburg, where they talk about Studio One 3 as a songwriting tool. Some very valuable tips in here!

 

Learn more about Studio One 3 and try the demo here: http://studioone.presonus.com/

Check out Studio One Expert here: http://www.studio-one.expert/

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Here’s what you need to know about what we’re up to at InfoComm 2015, June 17-19 in Orlando, Florida. We’ll be at booth #1259, demoing new product from both PreSonus and WorxAudio. Join us to receive a free full-line demonstration of the WorxAudio by PreSonus loudspeaker family, including AI-Series contractor systems, powerful X & V-Series line arrays, and some incredible subwoofers. Learn about new AVB connectivity including how our StudioLive AI console mixers control and send audio to AI-series StudioLive rackmount and console mixers. We’ve also got UC Surface 1.3, which adds Smaart functionality to the RM-series mixers, among other cool things. Add free WorxAudio T-shirts (while supplies last, and you have to hear the WorxAudio demo to get one) and live music from Briana Tyson, and we’ve got a heck of a show on our hands!

As if that’s not enough, you can get a Free pass to Infocomm by clicking hereFill out the interactive .PDF with the following information, and you’ll be good to go:

  • Sponsor: PreSonus Audio Electronics
  • Booth: 1259
  • VIP code: PRE115.

 

TheWorxAudio / PreSonus Booth is #1259. WorxAudio Loudspeaker demos will be held in the WorxAudio / PreSonus Demo Room, which is 102B.

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