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PreSonus Sphere is here. But what is it, exactly?

 

PreSonus Sphere is a global community of creative enthusiasts and respected professionals brought together by and for the love of music-making. A PreSonus Sphere membership grants you access to an extensive library of creative software tools, as well as Cloud collaboration tools and storage, chat with Studio One and Notion experts from around the globe, and access to exclusive promotions, training, and events. And we’ll be adding more and more stuff each month, all for a low monthly or annual membership.

PreSonus Sphere membership benefits include licenses for the complete collection of PreSonus’ award-winning software solutions for recording, mixing, scoring, and producing, including Studio One Professional and Notion, plus over 100 libraries of samples, effects, and loops, including the complete Spark Collection sample and loop libraries and Tom Brechtlein Drums. Members also get every plug-in and Studio One Add-on that PreSonus makes, including Ampire, Channel Strip Collection, CTC-1 Pro Console Shaper, Fat Channel XT, Presence XT Editor, and much more.

But PreSonus Sphere is far more than a huge toolbox; it is first and foremost a creative community. Modern musicians work with talented people from all over the world, and PreSonus Sphere makes it easy to share projects with other members using a PreSonus Sphere workspace. A live chat lets members communicate in real time with their global production teams to make sure everyone’s on the same page and striving toward the same goal.

Sphere membership includes 30 GB of cloud storage for backups, stems, collaboration, and more. When you need more space, PreSonus Sphere lets you upgrade to 100 GB of cloud storage space for $3.99/mo. PreSonus Exchange has always been a great way for Studio One users to share presets, loops, and more; PreSonus Sphere users now have access to a new exclusive portal loaded with custom-designed tools and curated content by featured PreSonus artists.

PreSonus Sphere members will be invited to exclusive events and training sessions where they’ll meet like-minded PreSonus Sphere users and expand their collaboration networks. Need a quick production tip or workflow trick? In addition to the growing Exchange community and active user groups, PreSonus has gathered Studio One power users from around the globe to answer questions in members-only chats.

Each month PreSonus Sphere members can expect something new, whether it’s exclusive content or a special surprise gift to thank them for being members—and there are no additional upgrade costs or hidden fees. PreSonus has also teamed up with partners to give PreSonus Sphere members exclusive offers throughout the year.

Visit Sphere.PreSonus.com to get started for $14.95 U.S. per month, or $164.95 per year.

 

PreSonus Sphere is a global community of music makers that includes an extensive software library, Cloud collaboration tools and storage, chat with Studio One experts, and much more.

 

 

 

  • AaravD

    Good stuff! learned something new here. thank you for sharing the nice information. Check out personal finance blog here

  • Pat’s Dad

    I installed the demo version of Studio One 5, then the next day subscribed to Sphere. My version is still labelled ‘demo’, even though I re-downloaded it from the Sphere page.

  • MIKE STAN

    In the main window, the Palette represents the core of Notion 4’s mouse-driven interface. Each of its 11 buttons represents a certain category of notation symbol: one for sharps, flats and naturals, another for rhythmic values of notes and rests, and so on. Mouse over one and a secondary layer immediately opens, stacked on top, offering the full repertoire of symbols. Click one and you ‘load’ the mouse pointer with it, ready to be placed into the score. Articulations and dynamics attach to existing score entries, like notes and bar lines, and, for the most part, are intelligently placed so as to avoid collisions with markings. By default, tempos are positioned above only the uppermost staff of the system in the score, but will appear in all individual parts, just as they should.

  • Jessica Mulein

    I love my Studio One 4, but with COVID and my music having ever only earned me a total of less than a dollar on IUMA, upgrading to 5 is not a real priority, Sphere is tempting, but if i pay annual, you’d better upgrade my Studio One 4 Pro to 5 Pro with a standing fallback license or whatever you want to term it like JetBrains does.

  • Ted Morton

    A week ago I installed Studio One 5 Artist and decided today to subscribe to Sphere. What’s confusing is that my version says that it’s still Artist and every extra I’ve downloaded so far says it’s already installed. How do I get to only download stuff I don’t already have?