Posts Tagged ‘presonus’

Vari-Fi Studio One

 

 

 

 

 

 

In some of the last posts we showed our favourite additional composing DAW Studio One and some of its useful functions. This week we have two amazing visitors from the Benztown offices in L.A. – Justin “Imaging Ninja” Case and Shane “Guitar Hero” Drasin. While Justin and I are discussing Imaging, FX and VO chains – Shane is working with Oli and Konrad.

 

Shane works mostly with Pro Tools and Reason, but the guys over here show him our latest fav Studio One. No question he can create music, sound design and the next number 1 hit with a 4Track recorder, as long he has a guitar in his hands. He liked some of the features of Studio One and wants to give them a try in the future.  Konrad, who really became a fan of the presonus DAW, found a solution to outweigh one of the last deficits of Studio One –  It has Vari-Fi on board now. His method might be a bit unusual and does not create a real vinyl stop, but you can slow down audio in a minute, without 3rd party plug-ins…

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Hey guys, it’s Andre.

After seeing the first bits of Presonus’ new DAW Studio One 2, I was pretty pumped to see it live in action.

Fortunately, I met Martin, who is a convinced Studio One user and I asked him why he is using this DAW and not Ableton, Cubase or any other DAWs. I asked him for five reasons, why to choose Studio One 2 as your DAW. Check it out. (more…)

Hi guys, it’s Andre.

So this is it! This new DAW, I heard of taking all the cool features of other DAWs and putting them together in one piece of software – Presonus Studio One 2.

Oli told me about this software and a few of its features and it all sounded too good to be real, so I’ve had a look at a few tutorials and Studio One seems to be pretty cool. The next weeks, I will get my own version and start working with Studio One and exploring all of its features and functions.

I’m pretty excited to check out this new DAW and I’m wondering if you wanna join me on this trip. I you are interested, I will start sharing some my experiences with Studio One here on this blog with you as well. Maybe, someone of you guys already has experiences with Studio One. If you’re not interested in Studio One tips, tricks and features, just let me know in the comments and/or the poll below.

Cheers and have a great day