Understanding the basics of setting up your projects means smoother workflow and moving more quickly to recording. Here's how it's done in Studio One 4.
If you're looking for a portable RGB pad controller for triggering loops in any DAW and/or integrating as an external controller for Studio One then the new ATOM could be the element you need.
Here's how to correctly manage your audio I/O settings in Studio One 4 to ensure high quality recordings and the lowest possible latency.
PreSonus Studio One 4 is now out and this DAW comes packed with tons of workflow improvements and new production features and capabilities. And Impact XT is now so much more than a drum module!
What could be better than a mixer that can handle USB audio interfacing and onboard recording too?
Take control of your DAW with the latest Faderport 8 control surface from Presonus. In this video we explore the ins and outs and features for this economically priced mixer with motorised faders.
These hi-def USB2 interfaces are designed with a rugged, all-metal construction and some cool recording capabilities.
Available exclusively in the MI and Pro sales channels, Blue’s USB Studio Series systems include one of Blue’s award-winning USB microphones—Snowball, Yeti or Yeti Pro—along with recording software.
PreSonus Studio One is a powerful DAW and more so considering its relatively young age. In this tutorial we explore how to create an XY pad using the Macro feature and control it with the Remote app.
VCA (voltage controlled amplifier) channel gain controls have made their way over from analog consoles into PreSonus' Studio One. Here's how to set them up and take advantage of their features.
So you're addicted to the convenience and power of digital with PreSonus Studio One... but you yearn for the analog console-style bus effect processing when mixing? No problem. Studio One 3.2 is here.
The new Extended FX Chains feature in PreSonus Studio One 3 allows you to route audio effects in serial, in parallel, by channel, or by frequency bands... and it's intuitive to use once you know how.
At NAMM 2016 PreSonus unveils a new portable audio interface with class A solid-state mic preamps that can record up to 192 kHz... and it'll carry a sub $600 street price.
Featuring an analog signal path with 118 dB digital conversion and 8 digitally controlled XMAX mic preamps (amongst other features), the PreSonus DigiMax DP88 looks to reinvent the DigiMax series.
Studio One v3 continues to entice studio musicians and producers into its fold. Innovative features like the Arranger and Scratch Pad are two prime reasons for this. Gary Hiebner looks at both, here.