Kevin Madigan, front of house mix engineer for a li’l band you may have heard of called Crosby, Stills, and Nash (!) speaks with Phil Garfinkel about his use of PreSonus interfaces and SMAART technologies at NAMM 2014!
Alright! The very first hot-off-the-hard drive review of the Eris 4.5 just got a kickin’ video review from Fred Caplongo at HomeTracks. Fred’s review is also a full-on unboxing, so you can see all the cool manuals, stickers, and foam inserts that ship with the Eris 4.5; standard. Don’t say we never gave you nuthin’!
Fred says, “PreSonus has really thought of everything… You get every bit of that 70Hz in these speakers. I don’t know how they do it, because they’re pretty small… If your budget for monitors is $200, you’ve got a good choice in these speakers. ”
If you are interested in the Eris 4.5, click one of the following links to find a dealer:
The Frontliner recently scored an interview with PreSonus Quality Assurance Tester and all-around Studio One Answer Man Dominic Bazile. In their thorough Q&A session, Dominic’s brains are picked about not only how he got involved with PreSonus, but also about some of the inner workings that make Studio One tick. If you want an inside look at Studio One from a man who knows better than most, look no further!
Check it out! KATFYR, who was so kind to present for us at NAMM 2014, just wrapped up this excellent demo of the sounds of Goldbaby Essentials, an incredible add-on pack for Studio One that includes meticulously sampled old-skool drum machines, lovingly sampled to cozy, warm, analog tape. Grab yourself a copy of Goldbaby Essentials by clicking here, and save a lot of money (and desk space) over buying all those hard-to-maintain and harder-to-afford analog beatboxes of yore. Hear the sounds of GoldBaby Essentials below!
Justin Spence shows you the difference between the classic StudioLive mixers and the new StudioLive AI mixers, including a feature overview and connectivity!
For more on the StudioLive AI series, click here.
Hey Studio One Artist users: tired of bringing your WAV exports into conversion software to render them to MP3? Well, you don’t have to worry about THAT anymore, because we’ve released the MP3 Converter Add-On for Studio One Artist! It’s cheap at $9.99 USD, and real easy to install.
To get it, click the big, pretty, charmingly retro image below, or just click here.
The nice folks over at BoKsis just posted this flattering review of the Central Station PLUS, awarding it 4.3/5 stars! Thanks, guys! We, in turn, would like to award you 5/5 stars. Readers can, and should, read the full Central Station review, and many other reviews of cool stuff from BoKsis, by clicking here. While you’re waiting for that page to load in another tab, here’s a taste of what’s to come:
“The feature count is high, the sound quality is very good and it is a thoroughly well designed and built unit.”