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Is it with the cost to upgrade studio one artist?
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by mrpicholas on Sat Sep 13, 2014 10:45 pm
YES

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by stephenmckeever on Sun Sep 14, 2014 2:27 am
Hi. I got S1 Artist with my 44VSL interface about three or four weeks ago. After an hour I fell in love and upgraded to the PRo version. If you already have a paid DAW such as Reaper, which I did, you can get a CROSSGRADE which was cheaper than the upgrade from Artist to Pro.

The Pro version rocks! It does what it should and comes with just about wverything you could ask for, including a full version of melodyne (which you can also upgrade if you want to work on multiple notes at the same time).

If you can affird it, go for it! :D

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by codamedia on Sun Sep 14, 2014 6:42 am
If you need the added features - YES
If you want the added features - YES

Oddly enough - I am quite happy in Artist and haven't had the need/desire to upgrade. I do a lot of guitar tracking for others so my needs are not that high. If I were recording full projects, mixing and/or mastering I would certainly be upgrading.

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by shanabit on Sun Sep 14, 2014 7:44 am
Big fat YES!!

I use the Project page to do all my Mastering and CD prep with now. That alone is worth the upgrade to me. Im a Cubase guy here and I find myself using this app more and more

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by davguitar on Wed Oct 01, 2014 2:29 pm
stephenmckeever wroteHi. I got S1 Artist with my 44VSL interface about three or four weeks ago. After an hour I fell in love and upgraded to the PRo version. If you already have a paid DAW such as Reaper, which I did, you can get a CROSSGRADE which was cheaper than the upgrade from Artist to Pro.

The Pro version rocks! It does what it should and comes with just about wverything you could ask for, including a full version of melodyne (which you can also upgrade if you want to work on multiple notes at the same time).

If you can affird it, go for it! :D


I hope this does not upset you but these are the types of posts I read which influenced me to upgrade to Professional from Producer. I thought Melodyne Essentials came with Professional but an even more stripped down version called Singletrack comes with Professional. I just went thought this and told my sales rep at Sweetwater how I felt that Melodyne and Presonus misrepresent this.

I tried to attach a page from the Essentials user manual which I got directly from Melodyne's web site today, but my screen capture image file is too large. The version of Melodyne I got was, as I said, Singletrack and more clunky to work with, IMO. I've got a bad case of buyer's remorse but I'm a buyer based on the information provided to me. I did my homework, or so I thought.
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by mwright137 on Wed Oct 01, 2014 7:56 pm
From the Studio One Professional section of http://www.presonus.com/products/studio ... e-versions :

Be the master manipulator of pitch, thanks to the included Melodyne Essential (licensed, not a demo).


Also from http://www.presonus.com/products/Studio ... ntegration :

We wanted to include pitch-correction in Studio One®—but not just any pitch correction. We wanted the best. Celemony’s Melodyne software is widely recognized as the leader in pitch tuning and transposition software. It’s amazing software.

So we partnered with Celemony to integrate Melodyne into Studio One 2. A fully licensed copy of Melodyne Essential comes with Studio One Professional; Studio One Artist and Producer come with a trial version.

Not sure how much more clear they could be that you get Melodyne Essential. You then need to go to the Melodyne website to see what the Essential version includes. Here is a good place to start: http://www.celemony.com/en/melodyne/functions

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by stratoholic on Thu Oct 02, 2014 9:07 pm
Although the native Presonus plugs are very fine, over the years I had purchased a batch of VSTi/e that I couldn't live without so I was thrilled to get the upgrade to Producer on sale for $99.00!!

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by vincebennett on Mon Apr 15, 2019 12:51 pm
the upgrade from artist to pro is 300$ seems steep to me .I would like to try ez drummer but cant use unless upgrade to pro.
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by Tacman7 on Mon Apr 15, 2019 5:50 pm
You can get the add on instead of upgrading.

https://shop.presonus.com/studio-one-ad ... ST-Support

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by themaartian on Mon Apr 15, 2019 7:17 pm
The Booster Pack includes Studio One Remote and MP3 support.

Remote support means that Artist will recognize and respond to the FREE Android or iOS Studio One Remote app. It's terrific.

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by patm300e on Tue Apr 16, 2019 6:36 am
shanabit wroteBig fat YES!!

I use the Project page to do all my Mastering and CD prep with now. That alone is worth the upgrade to me. Im a Cubase guy here and I find myself using this app more and more


+1 for the Project Page. All of the properties filled in correctly! Making the whole project as one thing with the capability to open one song and tweak it and return back to the project...Priceless.

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by Lokeyfly on Tue Apr 16, 2019 7:28 pm
Here's an interesting thought.
Formula428 posted this question Sept 2014. Then updated to Studio One Pro in Nov. 2018.

Hi Vincebennet, yeah, you can upgrade for far cheaper. As mentioned here by a number of ways. Go for it, along with EZ Drummer.

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