This week's free plug-in is MUTEOMATIC is an elegant and simple plug-in that automates the activation of a talkback or listen microphone channel according to your DAW’s transport state and boldly displays the channel's activation status.
VCAs are an important part of any mixing workflow; you might find them confusing so follow this simple guide to tell you what a VCA is and how and why you should consider mixing with VCAs in Studio One.
In this four part series brought to you with the support of Waves, Russ Hughes talks about the essential Waves plug-ins he chooses when mixing vocals. They either have special sonic characteristics or some cool features not found in the plug-ins that ship with Studio One. In Part 3 he talks about Waves H-Delay Hybrid Delay.
In this video, Marcus Huyskens speaks about the different Low Latency Monitoring options in Studio One 3.5 & above. He also demonstrates the key differences between using the Hardware Direct (Blue Z) Low Latency Monitoring vs Native Low Latency Monitoring (Green Z).
Waves have released a new plug-in called Torque which they have designed to enhance the tone of snares, toms, kicks or an entire drum kit in your mix, with natural-sounding results that no regular pitch-shifter will allow.
In this four part series In this four part series brought to you with the support of Waves, Russ Hughes talks about the essential Waves plug-ins he chooses when mixing vocals. They either have special sonic characteristics or some cool features not found in the plug-ins that ship with Studio One. In Part 2 he talks about the Waves SSL G-Equalizer.
Focusrite has announced the new Focusrite Red 16 Line. This is the latest interface in the range that includes the Red4 and Red8 Pre units.
The Red16 Line offers 64-in and 64-out via Avid Mini-DigiLink for Pro Tools HD, HDX, HD Native and HD Thunderbolt Native and dual Thunderbolt 3 ports for ultra-low latency A-D/D-A conversion. There are also 2 Red Evolution mic pre amps included.
In this free four part series, brought to you with the support of Waves, Russ Hughes talks about the essential Waves plug-ins he chooses when mixing vocals. They either have special sonic characteristics or some cool features not found in the plug-ins that ship with Studio One.. In Part 1 he talks about the Waves Renaissance Vox
Editors Keys has today released an updated version of its new backlit keyboard for Presonus Studio One.
The new keyboard features 3 levels of enhanced backlighting (compared to the 1 of the previous model.) In addition to the backlighting there are all new shortcuts for the latest versions of Studio One plus dedicated versions for Mac or PC.
Stephen has just been at Knobcon 2017, an event for synth lovers and he managed to get some exclusive looks at some great new gear including the new Roland D-05, Korg Continental, the new Novation Circuit Mono Station and more!
There's no right or wrong way to use the Console in Studio One, just the way you prefer, it's great that PreSonus gives as many configurations to help users with different sized screens. So how do you have your Console set most of the time? Take our poll we'd love to know if there's a 'favourite' or if the flexibility offered by PreSonus produces as varied a group of Studio One users.
This week's free plug-in is Bark of Dog from BOZ Labs.
Bark of Dog is a bass resonance filter that lets you increase your low end without turning up the flab. I like to think of it as a way to boost the low end while still keeping it under control. While the controls are super simple, the effect that this has on controlling the low end in a mix is pretty exciting.
There is one setting in Studio One that can make a big difference when recording and mixing, and with this easy to remember principle you can fix both recording latency issues and the possibility of running out of power when mixing easily.
iZotope, the makers of some of the smartest audio plug-ins, have today announced Spire Studio, which we think just might be a revolution in recording - quite simply because of its approach to recording,
Spire is a piece of hardware that has some smart technology in it allowing the user to record anywhere and at any time with the minimum of fuss. No mics, no cables, no computer, you simply turn Spire on and start to play.