There are a TON of options for EQ. This Blog continues the research into the question of "Which EQ Should I Use?" with a review of multiple emulated options
An EQ is a powerful tool for sculpting audio content to sound better than it originally did and for blending multiple tracks together so that they compliment one another.
This is the first EQ in this series, the PreSonus ProEQ2 that is included in Studio One.
One thing I love to do is optimize my environment to work the best, fastest, and importantly, most fun way that it can. I recently completed a series of setup changes in my workflow to get the best use of Studio One, the FaderPort 8 (in my case, though the FaderPort 16 would work the same way) by using Macros and Keyboard shortcuts.
As you probably know by now, I'm a fan of the Softube Console 1 hardware and the associated software/VST effects. This post is about the newest release to be added to the ecosystem.
The FaderPort 8 by Presonus is a VERY cool hardware device that can be used to control nearly any DAW, but works extremely will with Studio One. In my last review of this hardware, I showed it in use with Cakewalk by Bandlab, but in this go-around, I've shown how much better it is in the native Studio One mode.to the meat of these.
Many of you know that I REALLY like the Softube Console 1. I also use the Fat Channel in Studio One from time to time for specific functions. The SSL Bus Compressor is one of those. Cakewalk has an emulation of this in the ProChannel as well. So I wanted to compare the two emulations.
I bought a new computer. This is the first time ever - I've always built from scratch. But I found a good deal on a new one locally and was really over the idea of building it from parts and just wanted a working computer. Even a well spec'd computer needs to be optimized - Especially for DAW use.
This is a quick overview demonstration and review of the Waves CLA (Chris Lorde Alge) new plugin called EPIC
I've never used Waves plugins in the past, but this Black Friday, I had a chance to check out the new Waves EchoSphere, which led me to the purchase of the new CLA Epic plugin.
Back in the days of a 4-track recorder, I was happy just to be able to record multiple tracks to a cassette recorder. When DAWs came along, just expending on that simple 4-track concept was "good enough". The new Studio One retrospective MIDI record option brings new capabilities to the forefront.
When Presonus introduced the new Sphere Subscription, I was initially a little skeptical about the value it would bring and was, at the same time, hopeful that the updates that it brought would be both useful and valuable to me. Check out what is new with the Presonus Sphere subscription.
As the owner of an IT MSP in the Atlanta area, I hear horror stories about people losing data too often to want to think about. We always strongly recommend data backups to our clients so that they don't have to face that loss and the financial costs that come with it. My opinion and advice for businesses or even hobbies that incorporate large amounts of data is to ALWAYS have a data backup, preferably including an offsite copy.
This post is about the decision to upgrade your DAW from an earlier version of Studio One or another product to the new Studio One 5 or to Subscribe to the New Presonus Sphere
I have worked for the last weeks/months on rebuilding my Studio room to make it more functional and more inspirational. Whether I am recording or working, I want my room to be useful to me for creative inspiration or for just getting things done. This video is a quick review of the new updates I have done to my room to make it work better for my day to day use.