Great news! It turns out PreSonus has nominations in 4 categories over at the 2013 Sound on Sound Awards. If you like your PreSonus products, and just haven’t been able to think of the best way to show it, then this could well be a great opportunity for you!
Just sayin’. 🙂
Click here to go to the poll and see which products were nominated. Maybe it was one that you own!
This just in from Josh Gilligan, who claims “95% of my album was tracked through XMAX preamplifiers,” among other things. The proof, as they say, is in the custard, so be sure to scroll down to hear his recordings for yourself.
“Hey, guys! I just wanted to let you all know that PreSonus is a central part of my home studio and production process. I’ve been a PreSonus user for years with the TubePre and Eureka, and now the Studiolive 16.0.2 and HP4. 95% of my album was tracked through XMAX preamplifiers and I would put their sonic integrity up against just about anything. Looking to go to an interface with an ADAT option soon, and I’ve got my eye on more PreSonus gear. Thank you guys so much. You really make it possible for independent musicians to make great sounding records on a budget and in tight spaces. I’ve shared with my friends and they love your gear as well. Listen to my record over on SoundCloud, I couldn’t have done it without PreSonus.”
Wow. Double wow. We are humbled and honored to have received nominations in Mix Online’s 28th Annual TEC Awards. That’s nominations, plural. In fact, four products of ours were nominated across four categories. They include:
Audio Apps Technology for Smartphones & Tablets
Computer Audio Hardware
PreSonus AudioBox 1818VSL
PreSonus Studio One Professional V2
Small Format Console Technology
PreSonus StudioLive 16.0.2
“The TEC Foundation for Excellence in Audio announces the Technical Achievement nominees for the 28th Annual Technical Excellence & Creativity Awards, to be held Friday, January 25, 2013, in Anaheim, Calif. Presented by the TEC Foundation, the TEC Awards is the pro audio industry’s most prestigious awards show honoring outstanding achievement in product innovation and sound production.
Online voting will begin in November among members of various professional audio organizations, and qualified professionals subscribing to audio and music products trade publications.”
Big big thanks to Mix Online for their continued support of PreSonus. November can’t come soon enough, and who knows, maybe this time we’ll actually freakin’ win, which would make this all eligible for the ultra-rare Quadruple Wow.
L’dia on Bass, the First Lady of Four Strings, brought the house down with her brand of hip-shaking, string-breaking thunder at our booth at MusikMesse. She recently launched a new website, and wanted to make sure that all the PreSonus fans out there knew about it!
This came in recently from Modular Display, our Philippine distributor, from the PALMM Asia show!Hey guys! This is one of the top bassists in Philippines, playing in the PreSonus booth a the PALMM show, recorded live through the StudioLive 24.4.2 and Studio One.
This just in from Diggs! He’s got a new EP out recorded entirely in Studio One. He says:Hey, Guys. I’m really loving Studio One Pro 2. I’ve been bragging about it to anyone who will listen! I wanted to e-mail you and let you know that my new project has been released. It’s a short EP called “Mass Exodus” and it’s getting a lot of great reviews. Gilles Peterson even played the whole thing back to back on the BBC over the weekend. Anyway, here is a link to the iTunes page that it’s available on and it’s also available on Bandcamp. Hope you’re having a great day!
This just in from PreSonus Artist Andrew Oye…Hey guys hope all is well.I just composed a featured piece of music for Monday Night Football,airing tonight!It’s the piece of music used to introduce the night’s matchup, and is an orchestral into rock piece with crowd chants… all done in Studio One of course!:)Tune in to Monday Night Football tonight to hear the tune live!
Free’s a great price, right?
Buy our Studio One Professional 2 DAW for $399 and get a free HP4 headphone amp with 4 screaming-loud 150mW outputs. Offer good September only. Click here to download the form!
[ZOMG, we just got a great e-mail from The folks at PAR, letting us know that we were nominated so GET OVER THERE AND VOTE, #TeamPreSonus!]Congratulations! PreSonus’ Studio One 2 and StudioLive 16.0.2 have been nominated for 2012 PAR Excellence Awards in the Digital Audio Workstations and Small Live Controllers/Mixers/
Worksurfaces (Under $2,500) categories, respectively. August 2012 marks the PAR Excellence Awards’ re-introduction as a reader-voted program, presented by the Editors and Contributors of Pro Audio Review (PAR) magazine.Online voting on the list of nominees by PAR print and digital readers (subscribers only) will be open from the mail date of the August issue through Friday, November 16, 2012. PAR Excellence winners will be announced in the December issue of Pro Audio Review and simultaneously online at prosoundnetwork.com, PAR’s shared website with sister publication, Pro Sound News.Nominations for the 2012 PAR Excellence Awards were developed through the brain trust of PAR Editors and Contributors. Nominations were based on the “I want to own this” principle; gear selected should have a proven field track record, performed well via PAR’s “real world” review process, or — in the case of recently released products — have shown particular promise through demonstrations, beta-testing and among early adopters.
ProSound Network recently took a detailed look at Studio One 2, and their review is quite flattering—and thorough! They really covered the Studio One bases here, detailing everything from Melodyne integration to Folder Tracks, and the latest reason to celebrate Studio One: Nimbit!
But of course they had nice things to say, or we wouldn’t be linking to it from our blog here. But my favorite bit of the entire review reads so:
“This easy to use, powerful, efficient DAW sounds amazing and provides everything you need to record, mix and master your music. If you don’t need surround or notation support, (and many of us don’t) there’s no reason not to give the free version a test drive and see if Studio One might be the right fit for you.”
Click here to read the entire review.