Studio One Remote 1.4 has been released and is now available on the App Store, Google Play Store and from our website (Windows version). This update offers additional support for Studio One 4, as well as various bug fixes and performance improvements. Studio One Remote is free, and so is this update.
A special highlight of Studio One Remote is the user-configurable Commands Page with access to any keyboard shortcut or macro! When used with the new MIDI editing commands and shortcuts available in Studio One 4, Studio One Remote turns into a secret weapon for composers and electronic musicians. Of course, it’s just as useful for recording musicians who need to control Studio One transport or mixer when away from the computer.
Studio One Remote 1.4 Macros
Studio One Remote 1.4 Light Theme
Studio One Remote 1.4 Dark Theme
New in version 1.4:
Support for Studio One 4 dark and light UI themes (selectable from the Start Page)
Studio One Remote lets you control Studio One 3 Professional via wi-fi. This is great for folks who are working on solo projects—you won’t have to run back to your computer, press record, and then run back to the drum kit every time you miss a take. Just keep your iPad with Studio One Remote at your side! Make sure you’ve gotten the latest 3.0.1 update to Studio One 3 Professional to use Studio One Remote.
For a full description of Studio One Remote’s features, click here.