In Studio One, Layers are all about the wonderful world of managing multiple takes.
The Browser’s presence and impact has swelled to take in all sorts of file‑based functions and probably has a raft of features that you weren’t even aware of.
We take a look at what’s included with PreSonus Sphere.
We explore the 5.2 update which offers enhancements to the Score Editor, the introduction of live looping to the Arranger Track, and improved tools for remote collaboration.
We show you how to structure your music with the Arranger Track.
Update adds improved handling of articulations, drum and tabulature scoring, enhanced Show Page and more.
We look at how to improve our workflow with the magic use of key commands, also known as hot‑keys or keyboard shortcuts.
The Show Page is designed for live performance, and combines the roles of virtual instrument host, mixer and backing‑track player.
Version 5.1 recently dropped and it includes score printing and more besides. We explore the new features in the Score Editor.
Analog Delay has been a stock Studio One plug‑in since the beginning, pumping out cool vintage echoes with its previously vanilla GUI, but with v5 it received a bit of an interface upgrade.
We offer guidance on working with MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE) in v5 of Studio One.
Studio One makes working with MIDI drums a breeze.
Studio One's Music Editor is more than just a piano roll.
Major update adds clip launching, an integrated score editor, enhanced MIDI and mixer functionality, and more.
Making the most of Studio One's templates.
We explore the new Podcast Production template in Studio One.
Perform routine tasks faster with Studio One's Macros. We show you how...
The unassuming SampleOne XT is actually one of Studio One's secret weapons.
Studio One 4.6 introduces a major reboot of PreSonus's Ampire plug-in.
After a few last stereo adjustments, it's time to prepare your Studio One masters for release.
We look at the sweetening tools on offer for mastering in Studio One.
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