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.”
Studio One 3.3 is available now!
Just click “Check for updates” from the Start page in Studio One. This is a free update for all owners of Studio One 3, Artist or Professional.
Features and updates include:
Notion 6 is here!
Notion 6 Offers Over 50 New Features and Enhancements:
Please join us August 25 at 10am CDT for TWO major software announcements. Get a first look at some exciting new stuff that has been years in the making! Interviews, tutorials, Q&A, and a chance to win several free prizes…
New: we’re now streaming on YouTube as well as Livestream! Your choice:
Daniel’s an acoustic singer/songwriter well on his way to owning the local coffeehouse circuit. Thanks to his StudioLive AR mixer, he’s able to record every show without a computer and makes each and every one of his performances available online for his fans.
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We chose to use PreSonus StudioLive 328AI for mains, StudioLive 18SAI for subs, RM32AI for the mixer with the CS18AI as a FOH controller. We also installed the Dante option cards into all compatible components. They are also using Studio One 3 for recording and virtual sound checks.
We went with all PreSonus gear for a number of reasons. The first being that the church has four campuses and all of them use PreSonus gear on one level or another. Having all their volunteers trained on similar gear throughout multiple campuses is a huge benefit to them. The gear is also easy to use making it easy to train people and also cost effective. Victory Church opened (or moved) 3 of its 4 campuses in less than 2 years so sticking to a tight budget was important. Lastly having the ability to mix and multitrack is a huge win by helping them with training volunteers through virtual soundchecks. The Dante integration provides that and is also expandable for future needs.
We find the PreSonus gear to be an excellent value. When we explain to a client what they can accomplish and what the price is people are generally floored. The ability to have an “all in one” mixer and multitrack recorder is huge in the church world. Aside from the mixer the AI line of speakers are absolutely incredible sounding. In my mind they compete with a much higher class of speaker than where they are priced. If anyone is on the market for a powered speaker these boxes should not be overlooked!
The Victory staff also have sung our praises:
“Using the PreSonus equipment has been a pleasure. It has made what we do on Sunday mornings much easier for our volunteers while increasing capabilities. Not to mention the system sounds fantastic! We are very pleased with the results.”
Here are some photos from the install:
Thanks for all your hard work and for sharing Adam and Dan!
Tune in to check out the StudioLive RML rack mixers and the new line inputs, Studio One integration with UC Surface, and Studio One’s remote control of the RML’s signal processors and preamps. We’ll also take look at our new ULT loudspeakers, and why they are the coolest wood box on the market today… and an ideal match for the RML mixers. We’ll be joined by musical guest Jamal Batiste—a versatile and internationally-touring drummer, producer, and artist.
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.
Let’s talk about the FREE stuff:
That’s over $175.00 in equipment yours for FREE!
This offer is available in the US only with a mail in rebate.
If you’ve been looking to add a vintage vibe to your mix, PreSonus has got you covered. For the month of August, purchase a B-stock or refurbished RC500 for only $399.95 from shop.presonus.com!
The RC500 is well worth it, considering the quality in construction, and of course the sound. This should be the first choice for anyone looking for a versatile preamp/single channel strip for any studio.
-Chris Devine, PERFORMER MAGAZINE
For more of an in-depth look at the RC500, check out the YouTube Video here: