“Where can I find help with Studio One?” is one of the most FAQs we receive on social media week to week. That and, “Can I get a StudioLive for free?”
The answer to the latter is no (most of the time).
But we have lots of available responses with help for Studio One. One of those is referring the customer to our friends at Groove 3. Groove 3 offers over 1200 hours of video tutorials of popular DAWs like Studio One, Plug-ins, instruments and more with new content every week and 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Take advantage of this deal before it’s too late!
November 2016 only: Crossgrade to Studio One 3 Professional for less!
What’s a Crossgrade, you ask? Just show us proof of ownership of a qualifying DAW and we’ll cut a big chunk of the price off of Studio One 3 Professional. If you own a DAW from the qualifying list below, you’re entitled to the discount.
All you need to do is find a local dealer, online dealer, or contact PreSonus with a copy of the UPC code or original purchase receipt for the other DAW in an email to email@example.com.
Upon approval, you will be issued a coupon code, which you can then use to purchase Studio One Professional for the limited-time Crossgrade price of $199 USD—down $100 from the typical $299 price, and even $50 cheaper than the last time we ran a crossgrade discount. Kindly allow up to 24 hours for the coupon code to be issued Monday through Friday. If requested on a weekend, the request will be handled the following Monday.
Qualifying DAWs include:
What are you waiting for? Christmas? By then this will all be over!
Of course, I can’t forget this bonus: for those of you considering making the switch from Pro Tools, here’s a set of ELEVEN videos from Russ Hughes at Studio One Expert covering the best ways to make the transition from Pro Tools to Studio One.
Know a budding audio producer or musician who is looking to get started recording at home? This combo deal is an excellent introduction to the world of PreSonus. It includes an AudioBox iOne recording interface, Studio One Artist 3 software, and your choice of speakers: The Ceres 3.5BT or 4.5BT.
The AudioBox iOne lets you record guitar and vocals (or whatever else you’d like to stick a mic in front of) to your computer or iPad. The real power of the iOne, however, is the integration between the included Capture and Studio One. You can track some basic recordings onto your iPad, and then wirelessly transfer them to Studio One on your laptop or main workstation for mixing and editing. Record where you’re most comfortable, rather than at a desk.
The Ceres are great entry-level studio monitors, but they also double as wireless Bluetooth speakers for your living room or den. They’re designed by the same great minds who design our pro-level studio monitors like Eris and Sceptre, but are a little more living-room friendly, including a bevy of connectivity formats: 1/4″, RCA, BlueTooth, and good ol’-fashioned speaker wire. Wow! And of course, they’re ready to connect to a subwoofer when you’re ready to upgrade.
Answer… No-one minds if you spill beer on a fiddle!
Now that that’s out of the way…
There’s a ton in this bundle! Each of the following instruments include a full array of dynamics, articulations and performance techniques such as Sul Ponticello, Sul Ponticello Tremolo and Natural Harmonics.
All of which were performed and recorded by section leaders and players from the London Symphony Orchestra at Abbey Road Studios in London!
This bundle is compatible with Notion 4 or later! We recently released Notion 6–Click here to read the latest on Notion!
Our previous rebate offering of the AudioBox VSL interfaces proved so popular that we decided to just up and slash the prices for good. While the exact dollar amount will vary by region, expect to pay up to a whopping 20% less today than you would have just a short time ago.
All members of the AudioBox VSL family sport USB connectivity, high headroom, low noise XMAX preamps, sampling rates of up to 96k, and Studio One 3 Artist. The 22VSL and 44VSL give you high-quality audio in a portable profile, and the 1818VSL is rack-mountable and expandable to up to 18 inputs via ADAT. All of these guys also offer MIDI I/O.
They’re great workhorse interfaces, ideal for either home studio rigs or mobile recording.
Today is “909 DAY” – celebrating the 33rd birthday of the legendary Roland TR-909 drum machine. We’re joining the chorus with a FREE Sound Set for Studio One made exclusively by our friends at #F9Audio (www.f9-audio.com). This Sound Set includes 12 essential 909 audio loops, two Impact kits, two presets for Presence XT and 30 one-shots.
For this bundle, a Classic original 909 was sampled via API 512 and Neve1081 Pre amps and carefully post processed for Modern club production. For the SP1200 kit, the 909 was resampled via an original EMU SP1200 for added 12-bit soul…
909 Day Studio One Kits is now available for FREE, only through PreSonus Exchange. Studio One users can find the Sound Set in their Studio One Browser (Cloud > Exchange > Sound Sets > F9 Audio).
Celebrate 909 DAY together with us and have fun!
What’s included with all this jazz?
All of which were performed by top jazz musicians from all across the globe and include jazz articulations such as falls, shakes and scoops.
This bundle plays well with Notion 4 and later. You may have heard–Notion 6 was released last week! Click here to read all about it.
For a limited time, if you buy any pair of matching ULT Loudspeakers we’ll throw in a few useful extras. This offer runs until October 31, 2016.
It’s pretty simple, really. Here are your options:
That’s nearly everything you need for a mobile PA setup! Everything except for a van to haul it in, anyhow.
This offer is available worldwide.
Supercharge your Mai Tai sound library with this preset collection! Covering a wide range of styles from vintage to modern, Analog Model Machine is the perfect complement to Mai Tai’s factory sound library: a must-have for every Studio One user and analog synth lover!
Created by Ari Ahrendt (Denoisary), Quality Assurance Specialist at PreSonus Software and member of the original Mai Tai design team, this set of sounds spans three decades of electronic music. Inspired by artists such as Vangelis, Jean Michel Jarre, Kraftwerk and Alan Parsons, these sounds perfectly capture the sonic characteristics of legendary instruments such as Minimoog, Buchla, TB-303, Solina, DX, Alpha Juno and many others.
If you haven’t heard, we released Studio One 3.3 last week. Read more about it here!
Get a StudioLive AI Loudspeaker of your choice delivered right to your door or place of business, including a form-fitting, fashionable dust cover that will keep them looking their best while locking in that new-speaker smell for some time.
Not sure why you should get a StudioLive AI over any other black box? Control and versatility, for starters. You can remotely EQ them to the venue via SL Room Control on your iPad. They’re equipped for wireless and wired communications over an Ethernet or Wi-Fi for control and tuning. You can also add the SL-Dante-SPK option card to create a Dante network and ditch your clunky, heavy analog snake in favor of lightweight CAT5e or CAT6 cables. Oh, and they’re loud. Imagine studio monitor quality (thanks in part to the coax drivers) at extraordinarily high volume.
But enough about us from us. Check out what Sound on Sound had to say about the StudioLive AI Loudspeakers:
“The StudioLive AI series of powered speakers represents something different from the norm for portable PA. The use of coaxial MF/HF drive units, abundant power output and serious helpings of onboard DSP make these interesting and appealing in their own right, but when teamed up with the Room Control application a whole new set of possibilities opens up, and brings ‘big rig’ functionality into the portable live-sound domain. I’ve been using them in isolation, but remember that they are part of an integrated product range, and the functionality can only increase in the future… There are systems that offer a similar level of remote DSP control, but they almost all reside in the high-end touring sector, rather than the compact PA market.”