The third edition of PreSonus' top-performing DAW.
Studio One 3 is instantly familiar—yet nothing feels like it. It contains everything you’d expect from a modern digital audio workstation, with a fast, flow-oriented, drag-and-drop interface that...
The third edition of PreSonus' top-performing DAW.
Studio One 3 is instantly familiar—yet nothing feels like it. It contains everything you’d expect from a modern digital audio workstation, with a fast, flow-oriented, drag-and-drop interface that was built by creative people for creative music production. At every step of the musical process, you’ll spend your time creating music instead of fighting an overly complicated interface.
It all begins with the Studio One 3 Start Page, the gateway to your music, where you can access recent Songs and Projects or start new ones, adjust hardware settings, check in on your online progress, stay in touch with the latest Studio One news, and develop new skills through demos and tutorials. Studio One places no limits on your creativity. You have unlimited Audio and Instrument Tracks, virtual instruments, buses, FX channels, and undo/redo. And with Studio One Professional’s 64-bit audio processing, you don’t have to worry about your mix degrading when you work with large projects and mix in the box.
Studio One Professional’s Project page gives you the tools to not only finish your music but also get it out there. You can master your entire project with professional effects, metering, and tools. And you don’t have to wait until every song is finished to build your Project. With one click your Project updates to make sure you have the latest versions of each Song. If you decide a song needs changes while you’re mastering, simply click over to the Song page, make your edits, then jump back into the Project page—it’s that easy.
New in Version 3.2
PreSonus raises the bar again with Studio One 3.2, a new free update for Studio One 3. Version 3.2 builds on the advancements introduced in Studio One 3 by adding new dimensions to your mix environment along with professional tools and workflow enhancements demanded by the music production community.
Mix Engine FX
While Studio One has been recognized for its pristine mix engine, sometimes “pristine” isn’t what’s called for in the heat of creativity. Introducing Mix Engine FX. You can now replace Studio One's acclaimed 64-bit floating point mix engine using alternative algorithms that change the sonic characteristics of your music in ways never before possible in a DAW.
Mixing your biggest multi-track projects just got easier with VCA Faders. Originally introduced on large-format analog mixing consoles, VCA Faders provide remote control of any number of channels from a single fader, complete with relative level control and automation. Imagine just one fader for vocals, one for drums, one for the rhythm section, and one for horns—VCA Faders are so simple, you could get a handle on your mix with just one hand.
Even Faster Workflow
How do you take the fastest DAW around and make it even faster? Studio One’s multi-tasking Arrow Tool has always changed functions to meet the job at hand, but now it’s even smarter by transforming into the Range Tool when hovering in the upper part of events. In addition, the Arrow and Range Tools now provide alternative comping methods for ultra-fast layer editing and navigation–even with a large number of takes.
Tighter Studio Integration
Studio One 3.2 expands the tight hardware integration introduced with the Studio 192 Interface to more PreSonus hardware. StudioLive AI rack mixers and consoles can now use their onboard DSP to power low latency monitoring with Studio One’s hybrid FatChannel plug-in. StudioLive RM rack mixers now also offer remote preamp control and up to 64 channels of high-headroom, XMAX I/O right within Studio One. In addition, Studio One Remote now natively supports iPad, iPad Pro and Windows tablets including Surface and Surface Pro, providing more ways to free you from your desk while tracking and mixing.
This is a combination of Fl Studio , Logic pro, Ableton & Pro tools & is gonna take over the DAW industry standards soon.This is our Go To Mixing and critical arranging DAW
Just got this version a couple of weeks ago, has some really cool features, the Arrangement allows very quick song construction, reminds me of Sony's ACID in that sense, also a scratch pad, where you can try out new ideas, easy combining of VSTi's to create new instruments, if you have it you know what I am talking about, at least try the Demo
Our primary DAW from 2011-2017, we recorded Foxes I&II on Studio One Pro, as well as the original psb sessions. Any further tracking will be performed in Reason 9.5, but we may continue to use Studio One for mastering and album sequencing
Almost the same functions like Cubase, but solved a lot of things easier, simpler and more directly. The DAW which works for me the best, because working with Audiofiles after sounddesign never was so easy.
Definitely one of the closest DAWs I can find to Logic for Windows (thanks to ability to use Logic shortcuts and stuff). Some aspects of it are actually more seamless too (ARA integration, mastering page, etc).