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Big big thanks to Sonic Sense Pro Audio for this awesome demo of the new ADL 700!

 

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PreSonus LIVE airs today in a few hours, new features in Studio One 2.5!

2 p.m. CST / 3 p.m. EST / Noon PST / GMT -6

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You’ve Got it Covered

January 7,2013

 

We'd prefer a photo of the mixer, not the box, but if your photo is this awesome it just may qualify.

We’d prefer a photo of the mixer, not the box, but if your photo is this awesome it just may qualify.

Over on our Facebook page, one of our most popular albums is our ever-growing collection of PreSonus User Studios. There’s some great comment threads there in addition to some cool photos, obviously.

So, in the spirit of all things social, we’d like to share your photos of your handsome face and your StudioLive mixer with our Facebook community. If you’re glad to be a StudioLive owner and feel like representing accordingly, now’s your chance!

We want to see some photos of smiling StudioLive owners. If you kind folks are feeling shutterbuggy, we will pick a user-submitted photo for our Facebook cover graphic—once every couple of weeks or so. If we pick yours, we’ll get in touch—and we just might send you a highly fashionable PreSonus T-shirt.

It’s easy to be a contender. Here’s all we ask:

  • Post a photo of you and your StudioLive mixer to your Facebook Wall. It’s important that you are in the photo, too.
  • Tag Yourself in the photo.
  • Share the photo to our Wall.
  • A comment or description indicating that you’d like the photo set as our cover graphic would help.

Keep in mind that in order to qualify for the cover photo treatment, the image must be at least 850px wide by 315px tall.

Photos that are really interesting, funny, or astonishing will of course be given preference.

Have fun!

Category StudioLive 24.4.2 | 1 Comment »
Posted by Ryan Roullard



This is a triumph. Imogen Heap recently showed up on Dara O’Briain’s Science Club, and she brought her otherworldly Power glove 2.0 MIDI gyro-accelerometer Kinect-handwear with her. We’re flattered and honored that she’s entrusted the StudioLive 16.0.2 to corral her abstruse mad-science signal chain.

Seriously, how many different technologies do you think are collaborating in tandem here?

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Posted by Ryan Roullard



You like that, don't you?

You like that, don’t you?

It’s official, the ADL 700 Channel Strip is on the loose, and superlative preamp processing power is spreading across the USA by land and by air. It is soon to arrive in the care of PreSonus dealers, and subsequently in your studio rack, from where it will reach its final destination—your dreams. The ADL 700 has its roots in Anthony DeMaria‘s ADL 600  preamp circuit, but replaces its younger brother’s second channel in favor of a dynamite compressor and EQ section, creating a monster of a single-channel preamp/EQ/compressor/plug-in-to-this-and-you’ll-sound-goooood-machine.

Outside of the PreSonus marketing team, it’s not often that “sexy,” “formidable,” and “genius” all find a way to work well together,  let alone get shoehorned into a 2-rackspace unit. Fact is this is the finest product in our history. We nitpicked and fought over every last detail of the thing. I mean, the debate over what shade of amber the VU meter light should be spilled out of the R&D offices and ultimately was indirectly responsible for a small fire in our lunchroom.  But we picked the right color.
Check out the full specs ‘n’ techs over here at the ADL 700’s product page, and when you’re done picking your jaw up off the floor, clicky-clicky on the list below to get one for yourself from the PreSonus dealer of your choosing. We’re proud of this one, and once you lay down a couple vocal tracks with it, you’ll be proud of the work you do with it.

“ENOUGH ALREADY, WHERE CAN I GET ONE?”

Click on any of the dealers below to be taken to their online store. Or, if you’re feeling analog, hop a ride and get yourself to one of their brick ‘n’ mortar versions.

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I type too much, and there’s nothing I can say about this video that it doesn’t already say for itself. So here ya go.

 

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Posted by Ryan Roullard