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From de-essing to complex drum processing, side-chain access in Studio One opens up many new possibilities.
When your recorded kick drum sound is lacking, Studio One offers numerous ways to beef it up.
A free upgrade to Studio One offers several welcome new features.
The first in an occasional series of workshops for Presonus’ Studio One DAW focuses on the powers of its useful Browser.
In our second look at Studio One’s Browser, we’ll be creating Sound Sets and dipping our toes in the Pool.
In the first of our regular Studio One workshops, we’ll be widening our perspective with M/S processing.
With multiple undo functions and real-time processing, Studio One gives you the freedom to turn back the clock...
Assigning logical key shortcuts in Studio One could seriously speed up your work rate...
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Get to grips with parallel processing in Studio One, and open up exciting sonic possibilities...
Sometimes Studio One expresses itself differently to other DAWs, but don’t let that put you off...
Improve your digital distribution by learning how to use metadata in Studio One.
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Get the rhythm with Studio One’s X-Trem and pattern sequencers.
Explore and learn to use Studio One 2’s Audioloop and Musicloop formats.
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Take a walk on the wide side with these Studio One stereo guitar techniques.
Make use of the many benefits of stem mixing in Studio One.
Studio One’s automation model might not seem very straightforward, but it can be extremely flexible...
A different perspective on Studio One’s Project page could unleash its true potential...
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