He was introduced to Studio One via version 2 back in 2010, after being victim to a home invasion where his studio was picked apart clean. Newly-armed with a PC laptop gifted from one of his sympathetic colleagues, he went straight to Guitar Center where Studio One was sold to him on the promise that he could use familiar key commands from Logic.
After installing the software and navigating around for a day, Studio One was his primary choice moving forward. CMP had used Cubase and Pro Tools previously, so there were features that instantly felt very familiar yet noticeably improved upon. From the Zoom In/Out functions, to the streamlined bus routing and the linear drag ‘n’ drop workflow… everything in Studio One seemed to work the way he wished it would have worked in other DAWs.
CMP now brings his excitement for Studio One with him to every studio session. As a producer in the hip-hop community, he started his Craftmaster Productions YouTube Channel in 2015 to showcase his passion for Studio One, and immediately began attracting the interest of other Studio One users online.
After a year of amazing feedback and growth on the platform, he created StudioOneTutorials.com, a place where the Studio One community could come and directly request content and courses from CMP. He also offers custom templates for Studio One via CMPKits.com along with compositions for producers to sample and flip, as well as his various MIDI products.
He’s been heavily supporting Studio One for a long time, and we’re all the better for it!
PreSonus LIVE Airs Thursday! 1 p.m. CST / 2 p.m. EST / 11 a.m. PST / 18:00 GMT
Join PreSonus Technical Support Guru Dominic Bazille as he shows tips and tricks in Studio One for producing urban hip hop music. He’ll be focusing on beat creation, creating custom sounds, tracking vocals, song arrangement, mixing and more, using Studio One, the ADL 700 preamp, and the AudioBox 1818VSL.
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