PreSonus Studio One Pro 188.8.131.52247 | Windows x64 | Languages: Multilingual | File Size: 151.97 MB
Studio One 4 was designed with ease of use at its core. It seamlessly combines the time-tested and proven recording studio model with todays beat- and loop-oriented production process so you can bring musical ideas to sonic reality more quickly than ever before.An efficient, single-screen interface houses an unlimited number of tracks, intuitive editing tools, and advanced virtual instruments. Spend your precious time creating music instead of wondering what to click next. Studio One does not dictate how you work or what you work on.
Three creative paths, one goal.
Studio One is your creative companion from start to finish. The Start page provides what you need to kickstart your creative process open projects, set parameters, and check for updates and tips. From there, the Song page is all about recording, arranging, editing, and mixing your music with a complete set of virtual instruments, effects, and groundbreaking arrangement tools. Then, assemble and master your music in the Project page. Even better, the Project and Song pages are linked so if you need just that one little change in your master or stems, switch to the Song page, tweak, and mix back automatically to the Project. No other program accomplishes such an effortless transition as you move from the initial creative inspiration to the finished, mastered production.
Arranging at the speed of click.
Forget laborious transposition, cutting, pasting, and moving when arranging. With Scratch Pads to test out arrangements, an Arranger track that makes moving sections of songs around as easy as moving parts, and the groundbreaking Harmonic Editing the most flexible chord track implementation ever no other program can approach the ease of arranging and songwriting that Studio One 4 delivers.
Another Studio One first: Harmonic Editing.
Far more than just a simple chord track for note data, Studio One 4s Chord Track is a songwriters dream come true. Create and change chord progressions, try out chord substitutions, substitute rich chords for simple ones, even have older parts follow a new, better chord structure you came up with thanks to the inspiration Harmonic Editing can provide. This breakthrough, which works with instruments and even audio tracks, underscores Studio Ones commitment to streamline the songwriting and music creation process.
Detect chords automatically.
When you come up with an inspired chord progression, you need not put your creativity on hold while you figure out what you played in order to add new parts. Built-in chord detection extracts chords from audio or instrument tracks simply drag a part to the Chord Track to create a reference for Harmonic Editing.
Overcome creative blocks.
When you are stuck in a rut, let Studio One Professional be your creative partner. Use the ingenious Chord Selector to experiment easily with new chord patterns and ideas. Let Harmonic Editing spark new ideas. Change chords in real time from an external MIDI controller to try out chord progressions on the fly. Transfer chord data from an audio or instrument track to the Chord Track, or from the Chord Track to other tracks.
Printable notation that truly noteworthy.
With just a few clicks and Notion 6.4 or higher, Harmonic Editing makes it easy to create great-looking, printable lead sheets.
MIDI and beyond MIDI.
Studio One works with all the standard MIDI gear you know and love, from controllers to tone modules. But once MIDI data arrives into Studio One, its converted to a high-resolution, 32-bit internal format. That means no zipper noise on instruments, smoother controller changes and pitch bends, more detailed automation, and other benefits when working in the Studio One environment. And if you need to drive external MIDI gear, you are covered there too Studio One translates its high-resolution format back into standard MIDI data if it needs to return to the outside world.
With its rich roster of native plug-ins, Studio One has earned its reputation as a complete production package and now our latest generation of virtual instruments, based on input from the Studio One community (thank you), deliver even more. Impact has been remade into Impact XT, a comprehensive beat and rhythm production environment. Sample One XT samples, slices, and dices to create great beats and realistic instrument sounds. These new instruments don’t feel like separate plug-ins but like integrated and integral parts of music creation.
Impact XT: Heat up the beat.
Fully backward compatible with Impact, the XT version adds more than 20 new, highly requested features and improvements. You can even create complete arrangements in a single instance of Impact XT by launching loops that sync to your Song with real-time stretching, beat quantization, and synched start/stop.
Sample One XT: Because samplers should sample.
Sample One XT has expanded from sample playback into a sampling powerhouse. Sample, auto-slice, stretch, process, trigger, and deconstruct audio (sampled from inputs or imported from a track) for breathtaking freedom in constructing powerful new performances and beats.
Beat the clock.
Studio One 4 isn’t just about including a world-class drum instrument but also integrating it with an innovative, streamlined Drum Editor to edit drum parts as fast as you can think. Along with hundreds of preconfigured pitch name and mapping scripts available for free from PreSonus Exchange, the new Drum Editor is like an accelerator for drum editing.
Patterns a giant step forward.
The step sequencer has served us well for over half a century; now its time for Studio Ones new Patterns to step into the future. Tight integration with instrument parts, automation, and Impact XT means that Patterns reinvent step sequencing as a seamless, fast, fun part of making music.
From dumb machine to drum machine and more.
Patterns transform step sequencing from mechanical repetition into a truly expressive addition to modern sequencing. Yes, Patterns are about drums but also melodies, integration with any instrument, step-based automation, variable sequence lengths (polyrhythms, anyone?), unlimited variations, and more.
Extra functions. No extra complications.
Impact XTs integration with Patterns will change how you think about drum programming because the combination makes beat creation fast, fun, and effortless. There no need for a separate plug-in or track type to do pattern-based sequencing because Patterns work side-by-side with conventional Instrument parts on the same track. You can choose, rename, copy, and reorder an unlimited number of Pattern variations from within the Arrangement you do not even need to open the Pattern Editor. And, there a new library of inspirational drum Patterns and Variations Patterns in the Musicloops format for easy, drag-and-drop saving and export.
Studio One Professional is the only program that links songs and stems with finished, mixed Projects. Transfer mixes or mixed stems to the Project page for mastering but if you hear anything you need to change, simply jump back into the Song, make your tweaks, and then mix the revised version back automatically into the Project page to continue mastering. Whether for Red Book-compatible CD burning, digital publishing for streaming, creating DJ sets and playlists, or professional-level DDP import/export for duplicators, the Song page/Project page partnership makes it easy to obtain consistent levels and tonal balance with collections of songs.
Processors for the mastering process.
Sweeten your project and prepare it for prime time Studio One 4s professional mastering features include sophisticated equalization, limiting, industry-standard metering, spectrum analysis, and analytic plug-ins to help add the all-important final touches to your music. Apply processing to individual tracks, or the entire collection, to take your mixes to the next level.
Pick a format any format.
Prepare your tracks for streaming with data compressed, standard, or lossless files. AAF (Advanced Authoring Format) provides song/session exchange for those who have not switched to Studio One (yet). Open all video and audio formats your operating system supports. Enjoy better video performance with 64-bit video engines for macOS and Windows. Create disk images. Burn Red Book CDs. Import DDP files for editing, such as fixing ID tags or ISRC code errors, then export the corrected DDP file. Whether your musics final destination is online streaming or physical media, Studio One Professional has you covered.
Breaking News: ARA 2.0 is coming.
Deep support for the new Audio Random Access 2.0 spec opens Studio One 4s groundbreaking Harmonic Editing to other plug-in and virtual instrument developers (expect a free Melodyne update with Chord Track support later this year), and allows simultaneous editing of multiple tracks.
New features and Improvements:
Support for PreSonus ATOM Production and Performance Pad Controller
New Pipeline XT plug-in for routing of external effects
Extended Note Repeat with keyboard remote
Beat-linear timeline option
Improved manual tempo mapping with Scale Time tool
Tap tempo via keyboard shortcut
AAF export options (including embedded AAF support)
Import Song Data from song template
New Cue mix mute follows channel option
New look for External Device panels and QWERTY Keyboard
The macro bar now stores the last page viewed per editor
Select Highest or Lowest notes more accurate when overlapped
Key command mapping for "Song Setup" dialog
Tempo map added to rendered click file
Improved zoom and scroll behavior in Pattern Editor
[Windows 10] System DPI scaling option for third-party plug-ins
[Windows] Enable High DPI Mode option is back
The following issues have been fixed:
[macOS Mojave] Scrambled icons in message boxes
[macOS] Accessibility zoom breaks context menu
[macOS] Deadlock on clicking main menu bar with system file selector open
[Windows] Help Viewer doesn’t adapt to different monitor DPI
[Melodyne] Editor not immediately opening on edit
[Chord Track] Wrong detection inside arpeggios
[Chord Track] Accidentals not displayed correctly in the pop-up selector
[Drum Editor] Unwanted double notes when duplicated
[Drum Editor] Duplicating notes with swing are placed in wrong location
[Track Inspector] Automation controls background missing
[Track Inspector] Event FX container doesn’t remember size
[Track Inspector] Automation parameter select-box text is hidden by color field
[Presence XT] Ping Pong looping issue with short samples
[Presence XT Editor] Crash on copying zones
[Impact XT] Amp envelope should be exponential
[Impact XT] Missing "Cancel" button on initial sample search
[Impact XT] Pad Names are overwritten while editing (user vs file name)
Macro toolbar scripting error
Pitch editing doesn’t accept B from keyboard, changes it to A#
Enabling Note Repeat aftertouch + playing aftertouch causing infinite note
REX file import issue when song sample rate is different from file
Playback of stretched audio sometimes incorrect
Remotes do not generate undo steps for all parameter changes
Wrong waveform drawing when creating loop range
Potential crash when opening detached audio editor
Channel macros lost connection to parameters on Import Song Data
Steps placement is incorrect when duplicating a Pattern
Plug-in thumbnail icon not inverted in light theme
Applying Mute on mouse down causes audible clicks
Crash on save after removing Multi Instrument
GUI artifacts while scrolling w/ TAB thru track name fields
Copying an event from a folder pastes it on a new track
Song parameters are reset when Time Base is changed to Frames
Wrong inverted note selection in a duplicated (shared) part
Wrong automation result after moving arranger section
"Move" and "Copy" w/ Ripple Edit on the same track deliver different results
– Windows 7 (SP1 + platform update), Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 (64-bit only)
– Intel Core Duo or AMD Athlon X2 processor (Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon X4 or better recommended) Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon X2 processor (Intel Core i3 or AMD Athlon X4 or better recommended)