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Welcome to the PreSonus Forums! You can introduce yourself over here.
Where can I read a detailed break down of everything Studio One has to offer?
There is plenty of information on Studio One at the Studio One v3 website.
Is there a summary of v3 features I can look at?
Yes you can find that here.
What are the differences between the different versions of Studio One?
There is an extensive comparison of the current offerings here .
Is there a Studio One PDF manual I can look at?
The latest up to date version can be found within the Studio One application...Help > Studio One Reference Manual
What about key commands?
The most up to date version of available key commands can be found within the Studio One application...Help > Keyboard Shortcuts
Have you guys got a Wikipedia page?
Yes here it is.
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STUDIO ONE REGISTRATION AND ACTIVATION
So how can I register and activate Studio One?
Please have a look at this page for information that will help you get up an running quickly.
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THE STUDIO ONE v3 DEMO
Is there a v3 Demo?
You can find a demo of Studio One v3 here with important instructions.
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PURCHASING AND UPGRADES
Where can I buy Studio One (full version or upgrade)?
Presonus have a store which can be found here.
You might also be able to buy from a PreSonus distributor near you. Have look at this list of international PreSonus distributors.
Anywhere else to hang out and discuss S1 related stuff?
3. Official PreSonus Soundcloud page
4. "Made with Studio One" (Soundcloud User group)
5. "PreSonus Studio One" (Soundcloud User group)
6. Studio One Artist (Soundcloud User Group)
International User hosted Studio One Forums
7. A dedicated Studio One forum for French users created by didguitare can be found here.
8. A dedicated German forum can be found here. Brought to us by Ari
9. A Studio One Forum for Spanish users can be found here brought to us by richiecano
What are the system requirements for Studio One v3?
System Requirements can be found here
Will it run on a MAC or PC?
Studio One is designed from the ground up to run on a MAC or PC.
Any recommended Sound cards?
Presonus devices are an excellent starting point as their integration with Studio is a step up from 3rd party devices but you should not have problems with pretty much any 3rd party device.
Does PreSonus offer a package that includes a Mic, Audio interface, Software and even Headphones as well?
Yes. Have a look at this package.
Does Studio one support Multiprocessing?
Any dedicated 3rd party hardware for Studio One?
Yes the StudioBLADE
I have an iPad but want to control PreSonus software, what is on offer here?
Have a look at this....StudioLive Remote for iPad
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x86 vs x64?
Should I install the x86 or x64 version?
This should be taken as a guide only, please do think carefully and add your own research to the information here before making your choice.
You should seriously consider installing the x64 version of Studio One1 if...
1. You are already using an x64 OS
2. You have all the relevant x64 drivers you need for your hardware (sound card in particular) already officially available (out of beta).
3. If you have more than 4gb of ram, you will be able to access all of it if you are running an x64 OS. You probably should install the x64 version of Studio One. 4GB of RAM would be a bare minimum for an x64 OS. 6 - 8GB of RAM or more would be better still.
4. You use large sample Libraries of use plugins that use a large amount of ram Kontakt or Spectrasonics plugs e.t.c. These plugins really do benefit from having more ram available to them but of course they are still perfectly functional with less ram available to them on an x86 OS.
5. You do not want to run two versions of Studio One (x86 and x64) on the same x64 OS. They will happily co - exist but the x86 version will not utilise all the ram it can access like the x64 version will. Also any x86 software will run on a WoW64 layer. Which may add a small performance penalty.
You might want to avoid installing the x64 version of Studio One if...
1. You do not have more than 4GB of ram or even less ram. You would still be able to run an x64 OS and run the x64 version of Studio One on it but with 4GB or less it may be better to use an x86 OS and the x86 version of Studio One
2. You have a large collection of x86 plugins and do not want to use bridging or similar solutions to get them to work in Studio One x64. The best option would be to run the x86 version of Studio One on an x64 OS alongside the x64 version.
3. You have no real need or see no real benefit in using Studio One with x64 plugs in general.
Will my x86 plugins work in the x64 version of Studio One?
Studio One Pro x64 does not currently host x86 plugins You could try using the popular Jbridge. It is not officially supported though.
Any plugins with x64 versions?
NI, Spectrasonics, Voxengo, PSP e.t.c already have x64 versions of there plugins to name a few, more will be continually added as time goes on. Check your chosen plug ins website to see what versions are currently available.
Where can I find Reviews for Studio One?
There is a growing list here...
1. Sound On Sound Magazine
2,Home Recording Review discuss S1v2
3.Music Radar review Studio One v2
4. Music Creation App competes with Avid and Apple (v1 review)
5. Studio daily review Studio One (v1 review)
6. Audiofanzine (v1 review)
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