We look at the sweetening tools on offer for mastering in Studio One.
Studio One's Project window offers a fully fledged mastering environment.
Studio One 4.5 boasts massively improved grouping functionality. Here's how it works.
Studio One's Multi-Instrument environment can make even the simplest instrument sound like a million dollars! Find out how...
The new MIDI Note Actions introduced in Studio One 4.5 offer intriguing creative possibilities.
Studio One's Chord track is much more than just an auto-arrangement device.
We explore real-world uses for Studio One's tempo-tweaking tools.
Impact XT isn't only a drum sampler: used with loops, it makes a powerful live performance tool.
The new pattern editor in Studio One 4 isn't just for drums!
With Pipeline XT, integrating outboard gear in Studio One is almost as easy as loading a plug-in.
Studio One's ability to make many plug-ins work as one can save you a lot of time and effort.
Last month I wrote about techniques for handling narration in Studio One, but I did not mention a tool that...
We offer tips on working with speech in Studio One.
Studio One v4 makes it easy to transfer material between Songs, and even to or from other DAWs. Let's explore how...
New features in Studio One 4 make it even easier to add interest to sequenced patterns.
Inspired by Tony Visconti’s famous gated room mic technique on 'Heroes', we look at how Studio One’s FX Chains can be used to set up complex dynamic effects.
Archiving your Studio One Songs in a future-proof format could save your life in years to come.
Learning how to use Studio One’s templates can make a massive difference to your efficiency.
With Studio One’s advanced features, latency need not be a problem.
Get your Studio One ducking techniques in a row as we explore different ways to improve vocal intelligibility.
We lift the lid on Studio One’s multifarious methods of exporting, bouncing and merging material.