Managing large sessions in any DAW can be tricky. Fortunately, Studio One has the tools to help.
Studio One has no notation features of its own, but it now forms a perfect pair with PreSonus’s dedicated Notion application.
Studio One doesn’t officially support surround mixing — but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible!
Studio One’s unique Project page lets you move seamlessly between mixing and mastering.
Give your musicians the right cue mixes in Studio One, and you’ll make a huge difference to their performances.
Studio One offers the full gamut of automation features — but which ones are appropriate to your needs?
Understanding the way track grouping works will help keep your Studio One projects under control.
It may look like a humble point upgrade, but Studio One v3.2 brings with it some significant innovations.
Keep on top of fast-moving sessions with Studio One’s Layers and Versions.
More than just a live-sound mix controller, PreSonus’s StudioLive CS18AI offers hands-on control over Studio One.
Studio One’s macro controls can be used to create a convincing 2D panning effect.
Extensive side–chain options make Studio One’s mixer the perfect place to experiment with ducking.
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