PreSonus Studio One

Creative loop processing in Studio One

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.

Creative sidechaining in Studio One

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.

How to record guitar effectively in Studio One

Having gotten to grips with vocal recordings in last month’s Studio One tutorial, here we’re moving onto six-strings and attempting to pin down the many machinations that come with recording guitar.

How to record vocals with Studio One

There’s more to recording vocals than sticking a large-lunged singer in front of a mic. You’ll have to consider the microphone type, position and more. Thankfully Studio One has all the tools available to make your voice heard.

How to master your tracks with Studio One

Over the past few months, we’ve explored how to build tracks using Studio One’s mix effects and instruments. Here, we cover how the flexible workstation can help you master them.
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