PreSonus & Zero-G Announce Studio One Partnership For Loops & Samples

Take advantage of seamless integration of Zero-G sounds with Studio One. This new partnership provides everything you need, and sale prices apply at launch.  

UK-based sample library pioneers Zero-G have joined forces with leading audio technology developer Presonus to present dedicated sample packs for use with the award-winning Studio One music production software. They are on sale now for a limited time. The title available are:

  • Vocal Lix
  • The London Sessions
  • Ambient Soundware
  • Hauntology
  • Heavy Industry
  • Satin Grooves

Kicking off with six collections ranging from ambient sounds, vocals and cinematic material to live played instruments and more, each Zero-G title has been fully customised for Studio One users in Presonus’ proprietary soundset format providing a smoother, creative experience and workflow.

The initial six libraries are available to buy now from the Presonus online shop as well as directly within Studio One with an introductory 30% off until 31st October.
Having been producing audio samples since 1990, Zero-G is one of the world’s original sample library creators delivering high quality sound material for producers, DJs, composers, sound designers and more across a back catalogue that now spans hundreds of collections.

Of the partnership, Ryan Roullard, Marketing Communications Manager at PreSonus Audio Electronics said, "We're excited to have Zero-G on board! Their unique samples and cinematic soundscapes have filled an important niche in the selections available at We're confident that producers and composers alike will find a use for Zero-G's impressive sounds in their work. More great things to come!"

To view all Zero-G Studio One titles at the Presonus store visit:

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Hollin Jones was classically trained as a piano player but found the lure of blues and jazz too much to resist. Graduating from bands to composition then production, he relishes the chance to play anything with keys. A sometime lecturer in videographics, music production and photography post production, Hollin has been a freelance w... Read More


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