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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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Studio One 3 was developed in Hamburg by the PreSonus Software team, including Arnd Kaiser and Matthias Juwan. Here, they speak a bit about the Hamburg team and the history—and future—of Studio One.

Hamburg has a rich history of music software development, so we’re proud that Studio One calls Hamburg home.

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

 

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[This just in from Ilias Gogakis, rock and metal producer/mix and mastering engineer at Master Sound Studio and longtime PreSonus user. He recently created some Studio One 3 videos in Greek—the playlist is linked below!]

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My name is Ilias Gogakis, and I have worked as a mix and mastering engineer for the past five years. I am currently based in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, in the United Kingdom. I am coming from a ten year career in IT, as a network engineer, but I decided to change careers and follow my big passion: music. I have also studied electric guitar and I have the RGT certificate from London College of Music. I was very lucky so far to have two very talented music tutors by my side, Kyriakos Kouvelas and Theodore Ziras. They both helped me to achieve my personal goals, open new horizons and overcome my limits as a guitarist. Today I am enrolled in a the Bucks New University, based in High Wycombe, in a module for Sound Design for Film and TV, as I want to expand my knowledge regarding sound design, surround effects and digital audio technology.

I remember myself as a hardcore Cubase user. But always looking for something better, as I had a feeling that something was missing from the software. My first contact with PreSonus Studio One was back in summer 2011, when I was searching the internet for demos and reviews about modern DAWs. I remember myself reading reviews from SoundOnSound magazine, Gearslutz.com, and all the major webzines, along with videos on YouTube.

I was very interested in testing it as, at that time, I was looking to change my DAW to something more modern. I have to admit that 2011 was the “DAW testing” year for me. I was downloading demos from every company’s website and testing them in order to try them out and look if there is that little something that would make me say “Yes, this is it. Now let’s start make some music—easy, fast, reliable.” I must say that after my friend told me to take a better look at Studio One, there was no turning back.

I remember I downloaded the demo for version 2 back in the day, installed in, and that was the beginning. Since I was a Cubase user, the key commands where similar, and the workflow was about 40% faster. I have to admit that I opened the manual only three times, just to change some options and see some new features, and fine-tune some advanced setting regarding my interface. Since that day, I use Studio One every day in my mixes. One of the great features that I really like is the integrated Project Page for mastering. It is a very helpful project page that helps me go back and forth in the mix and make instant changes to my master files. In my mixes I use OpenAir reverb and the Analog Delay on every song, and all the modulation effects such us chorus, flanger and the Redlight Distortion often find their place in my mixes. Also, the stock PreSonus ProEQ is a very good parametric EQ to make tonality changes to any instrument during my mixing sessions, and can be very helpful for mastering. Some other tools that I use every day in my mixes are the Slate Digital and Eiosis tools. These analog emulation tools they just sound amazing, and they work flawlessly with Studio One.

In conclusion, PreSonus Studio One in version 2 was an amazing production system—and version 3 is more mature, with many improvements. It’s more stable, more virtual instruments, and more new functions, which really helps you in your daily workflow, no matter how you use the software, recording, mixing or mastering.

Find out more about my work at the following links:

 

Greek Studio One videos:

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