Your mouse and keyboard are good for firing up a DAW, now these tools let you control it.
These interfaces let you get started with recording as quickly and cheaply as possible.
Among Studio One 5’s new additions is its Live-like ability to arrange your tracks specifically for live performances – and all the permutations that go with such nerve-wracking endeavours
If you’re working with any external audio equipment, an audio interface is essential. We’ve rounded up some that will be sure to give you your money’s worth.
The compact bass box is now shipping.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for your plug-in folder.
Though we’ve all likely got archives of pre-packaged loops and samples on our hard drives, sometimes a simple process of effecting the basic, bundled sounds in Studio One can be all you need to open up a whole galaxy of new possibilities.
Built with EQ and compression algorithms from PreSonus' award-winning StudioLive Series III mixers.
Using sidechains can elevate your productions into the stratosphere – and it’s really not as complicated as it sounds. Studio One makes the process simple, so there’s no excuse not to master it.
It combines low-latency Thunderbolt performance with a resolve to simplify the recording process but does this keenly priced audio interface deliver?