Archiving your Studio One Songs in a future-proof format could save your life in years to come.
PreSonus Studio One, the company’s capable DAW has undergone a fairly serious overhaul for version 4.
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.
Studio One’s Impact drum machine has hidden depths that are well worth exploring.
Take advantage of Studio One’s versatile modulation features to make your synth parts more expressive.
Thanks to ARA, Studio One users have direct access to Melodyne’s amazing tempo-manipulation tools.
We help you get the best from PreSonus’s new Symphonic Orchestra instrument for Studio One.
Renowned microphone makers Blue have today announced Raspberry Studio, an all-in-one mobile...
The new Studio One v3.5 upgrade is short on gimmicks and long on real improvements. Here’s what’s new.
What’s the difference between a track and a channel? In Studio One, this is not a trick question...
Harness the power of Studio One’s Arranger track and Scratch Pads to reshape your material.
Add artificial stereo width to guitars in your Studio One mixes.
Console emulation is all the rage, and it’s now built into Studio One. We explore what it offers...
Studio One’s Repeater is no ordinary delay. For a start, it works on note data rather than audio!
Learn to subtly vary the tone of Studio One’s headline soft synth, and you’ll add interest to your sounds.
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!
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