Our friends at Audio Technology reviewed the AR Series last year and had this to say:
If you’re looking for an audio interface, and are considering ever moving it off your desk, the AR series is definitely worth considering!
Take it off your desk, into your bag and with you wherever you go!
Interested? Find a dealer in your area and take advantage of this deal! You won’t be disappointed.
This offer is available worldwide. Offer excludes StudioLive AR22.
Everyone has heard the story of Saint Patrick—the patron saint that came to Ireland in the AD 400s and converted Ireland to Christianity. Each year on the 17th of March, it appears that everyone has a little bit of Irish in them when St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated! This is especially true here at PreSonus, where we can proudly say we have our own Irish relations based in Co. Cavan where our EMEA office PreSonus Europe Limited is based.
Two well-established Irish bands who have recently started using PreSonus gear are Le Boom and The Lost Brothers. We will be tracking their progress with them over the coming months… but see a quick intro into both bands below.
Le Boom is an indie-electro-house-pop duo based in Dublin, Ireland. They are known for their energetic live performances which feature a frenzy of glass-bottle beats, layered loops, catchy vocal hooks and sweaty fans who dance like no other fans in the world. Their song, “What We Do,” has featured in a number of ad campaigns for TV. According to the US’ Paste Magazine, Le Boom are “Breaking into America in a big way.”
“I recently started using Quantum in our live shows to run my drum samples through VST effects in real time. The lightning-fast latency is essential for this to go smoothly. So far I’ve been really impressed and the drivers have been rock solid.” —Aimie, Le Boom
Irish band The Lost Brothers are Oisin Leech from Meath and Mark Mccausland from Omagh. They have just released their fifth album to huge critical acclaim. In 2018 they tour UK, Ireland, Australia, and the US.
“With emotionally wrenching and confessional songwriting they have the remarkable ability of making a large room feel very intimate indeed. With a masterful blend of careful songwriting and tuneful harmonies, the Lost Brothers make a lasting impact.”
—The Huffington Post (live review)
Oisin of the lost brothers uses a Studio 68 interface to record demos in his home studio and while on the road.
“I just started out using the PreSonus Studio 68 and Studio One to record demos at home. I love the great clear sound from the XMAX preamps, and Studio One’s workflow has been really easy to adapt to.” – Oisin, The Lost Brothers
Baton Rouge-based Thou—winners of Pitchfork’s Metal Record of the Year in 2014—recently took a Studio 192 on the road to record rehearsal sessions and demos for a forthcoming full-length.
Opportunities for collaborative songwriting had become more difficult for the band, as their members have scattered across the country. They typically only get together for tours and shows, making songwriting and recording opportunities somewhat scarce.
Not anymore. Recording straight into Studio One via the Studio 192 allowed the band to write and record in whatever impromptu spaces their tour found them in. Josh Nee (Drums) took recordings home to edit and mix demos for the record after returning from their most recent tour. The full-length, Magus, is on its way.
The StudioLive 32 has arrived: Digital Mixing Redefined. Again.
Learn more at presonus.com/products/StudioLive-32
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.
|Alabama||Birmingham||EatMyBeats||4755 Jug Factory Road||35404||205.758.9119|
|Alabama||Montgomery||Bailey Brothers Music Company||231 East Jefferson||36104||334.262.7827|
|Alabama||Birmingham||Bailey Brothers Music Company||1006 20th Street South||35205||205.714.7827|
|Arizona||Sedona||MIDI Store||40 W. Cortez Dr #3||86351||928.284.1619|
|California||Sacramento||Skip’s Music||2740 Auburn Blvd.||95821||916.484.7575|
|California||Elk Grove||Skip’s Music||9660 Elk Grove.Florin Rd||95624||916.686.5666|
|California||San Diego||Pitbull Audio||300 W. 28th Street Suite: 101||91950||619.434.3121|
|California||Santa Rosa||Bananas At Large||531 College Ave||95404||888.900.1959|
|California||San Rafael||Bananas At Large||1504 4th Street||94901||888.900.1959|
|Colorado||Colorado Springs||Pro Sound Music Center||2235 Academy Place||80909||866.539.2680|
|Florida||Panama City||Leitz Music||508 Harrison Ave||32401||850.769.0111|
|Florida||Fort Walton Beach||Leitz Music||650 North Beal Parkway||32547||850.863.1099|
|Florida||Jacksonville||George’s Music||8151 Blanding Blvd.||32244||904.270.2220|
|Florida||Jacksonville Beach||George’s Music||912 S. 3rd Street||32250||904.270.2220|
|Georgia||Augusta||Portman’s Music||4020 Washington Rd||30907||706.738.1651|
|Georgia||Savannah||Portman’s Music||7650 Abercorn St.||31406||912.354.1500|
|Hawaii||Honolulu||Easy Music Center||1314 S King St||96814||808.591.0999|
|Hawaii||Kapolei||Easy Music Center||563 Farrington Hwy||96814||808.356.3840|
|Illinois||Moline||West Music||4305 44th Ave||61265||309.764.9300|
|Indiana||Fort Wayne||Sweetwater||5501 US Highway 30 W||46818||800.222.4700|
|Iowa||Coralville||West Music||1212 5th St.||52241||319.351.2000|
|Iowa||Marion||West Music||1398 Twixt Town Rd.||52302||319.377.9100|
|Iowa||Cedar Falls||West Music||6322 University Ave||50613||319.277.1000|
|Iowa||Des Moines||Rieman Music Unlimited||4420 E Broadway||50317||515.262.0365|
|Iowa||Des Moines||UpTempo Music||2114 Beaver Ave||50310||515.277.0145|
|Iowa||Clinton||Tegeler Music||101 S. 2nd St||52732||563.242.1234|
|Maryland||Wheaton||Chuck Levin’s Washington Music Center||11151 Viers Mill Road||20902||301.946.2300|
|Missouri||Lebanon||Morgan Music||689 N Washington Ave||65536||417.588.1970|
|Montana||Bozeman||Music Villa||539 E. Main||59715||406.587.4761|
|Nebraska||Omaha||Dietze Music House||13015 W Center Rd Ste A.1B||68144||402.333.1535|
|Nebraska||Lincoln||Dietze Music House||5555 S. 48th St.||68516||402.333.1535|
|New Hampshire||Manchester||Manchester Music Mill||329 Elm Street||03101||603.623.8022|
|New Jersey||Pleasantville||Pleasantville Music Shoppe||15 E Black Horse Pike||08232||609.641.4600|
|New York||Middletown||Alto Music||180 Carpenter Ave.||10940||845.692.6922|
|New York||Wappingers Falls||Alto Music||1176 US RT 9||12590||845.297.0011|
|New York||Airmont||Alto Music||329 Route 59||10952||845.352.6717|
|North Carolina||Washington||PC Sound||1826 West 5th Street||27889||252.946.6100|
|North Carolina||Greenville||PC Sound||420 E. Arlington Blvd., Ste E||27858||252.353.6101|
|Pennsylvania||North Wales||George’s Music||1218 Welsh Rd. Suite H||19454||215.412.4400|
|Pennsylvania||Williamsport||Robert M. Sides Family Music Center||201 Mullberry Street||17701||570.326.2094|
|Tennesse||Memphis||Yarbrough’s Music||6122 Macon Rd||38134||901.761.0414|
|Texas||Longview||Mundt Music||2312 Judson Road||75605||903.758.8872|
|Texas||Tyler||Mundt Music||3532 South Broadway Ave||75701||903.561.8828|
|Utah||Salt Lake City||Performance Audio||2456 S. West Temple||84115||800.771.8330|
|Virginia||Gloucester||Winter Sound||1714 George Washington Memorial Hwy.||23062||804.642.6434|
|Washington||Richland||Ted Brown Music||2600 N. Columbia Center Blvd Ste 102||99352||509.783.3481|
|Washington||Silverdale||Ted Brown Music||3276 NW Plaza Rd #103||98383||360.692.4199|
|Washington||Yakima||Ted Brown Music||2612.B W Nob Hill Blvd||98902||509.248.6015|
|Washington||Tacoma||Ted Brown Music||6228 Tacoma Mall Blvd||98409||253.272.3211|
|Wisconsin||Madison||Full Compass Systems||9770 Silicon Prairie Pkwy||53593||800.356.5844|
|Wisconsin||Franklin||Kraft Music||4659A W. Basswood Drive Docks 3-4||53132||414.858.4002|
|Wisconsin||Appleton||Pixel Pro Audio||601 W COLLEGE AVE||54911||855.269.0474|
Universal Control 1.8 also is recommended for PreSonus Studio 192 and 192 Mobile interfaces and StudioLive AI and StudioLive RM mixers. It adds:
Owners of StudioLive Classic mixers and FireStudio-series interfaces should use Universal Control 1.74. Universal Control 1.74 and 1.8 may be co-installed to use products supported by each.
It’s August which means the first day of school is right around the corner. Why not start the school year right with a complete recording solution that’s perfect for dorm rooms, bedrooms, and can even be taken on the go? You can also enhance your set up with studio quality sound that fits nicely in a student’s budget (and space).
Now, through September 30th we’re offering $25 savings on the AudioBox iTwo Studio and our Eris E4.5 studio monitors.
“These are not expensive monitors but they punch well above their price point. We hadn’t expected that much from the Eris 4.5 but the sound quality was remarkable. 9 out of 10 stars!”
The AudioBox iTwo Studio is convenient, portable, bus-powered USB 2.0 and iPad® audio and MIDI interface that offers two combo mic and switchable line and instrument inputs allowing you to record in your dorm room or anywhere on campus with a Mac®, PC, or iPad. Also included Studio One Artist, Capture and a Nimbit account! Check out this overview video from Guitar Center below.
If you think back-to-school deals are just for parents and students, you may be missing out some awesome deals! We’d love to fully stock up your dorm room, class room and studio with this deal!
Are you the sort of singer/songwriter who wants an AudioBox that matches that nice brushed aluminum look of your laptop perfectly? Look no farther than the AudioBox iOne Platinum—a limited-edition run of our most portable of portable interfaces. And ONLY in June of 2016, these gorgeous li’l units are down from $99 to $69.
The AudioBox iOne allows you directly record an instrument of choice and a single XLR microphone simultaneously, which is what makes ideal for the singing guitarist crowd. Just connect your guitar to the 1/4″ input on the front, your mic to the XLR port on the front, and connect the AudioBox to your computer via USB. Using the included Studio One 3 Artist software, you’ll be up and running and demoing your next (or first) hit in a matter of minutes.
And to keep things extra-portable, you can also record via the iOne to your iPad running the included Capture Duo software. Capture files can be wirelessly transmitted to your main workstation and opened up for editing in Studio One. All told, everything you need to record a song will fit in a shoebox.
Not that we recommend keeping it in a shoebox. Be nice to it, it’s shiny.
The new Studio 192 has been enjoying rave reviews of late, but we’ve found a way to make it even better—by adding free stuff! If you’re looking to upgrade your recording interface to a Studio 192, you’ll be upgrading your workflow as well, as we’re offering a free FaderPort with purchases of the Studio 192 for a limited time.
The FaderPort is a mainstay of the PreSonus line, and has remained one of our best-selling items since we introduced it. You get intuitive, motorized fader control of Studio One of your DAW of choice in a tiny desktop footprint that doesn’t eat up your valuable, ever-decreasing desktop space. Once you’ve tried a FaderPort, there’s NO going back to mix-by-mouse. A FaderPort will usually set you back around $129 USD, but with this deal you get the following for FREE:
Interested? Find a dealer in your area and take home a Studio 192 and FaderPort. This combo can’t disappoint.
Note that the Studio 192 Mobile is not eligible for this offer.