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Studio One Professional, General Sequencer from PreSonus in the Studio One 1 series.

[Musikmesse] PreSonus Updates Studio One

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PreSonus announced version 1.5 of its Studio One DAW software.

This free update adds many important features and enhancements that the company decided to skip the previously planned version 1.1 and go directly to this more advanced version.

Key additions include support for video playback and sync for composing to picture, enhancements to the Browser’s drag-and-drop capabilities, the ability to draw your own automation waveforms, automation points that are locked to events, a new key-command editor, changing tempos within a event without slicing the event into separate events, and support for song and album art.

Version 1.5 adds a new key-command editor with Search and Learn features for creating and modifying keyboard shortcuts. The search feature finds specific key commands and shows which functions they trigger and also finds specified functions and displays the key commands to which they are assigned.

Version 1.5 also includes several MIDI enhancements. The file Browser has gained a MIDI preview player that sends the MIDI data to a selected Instrument Track for playback. The player displays the MIDI file’s length in bars and the number of notes in the pattern. Previously, MIDI quantization only affected Note On messages; now note ends (Note Off) can be quantized, as well. The Gate plug-in now sends MIDI note messages—perfect for drum replacement. Furthermore, MIDI files can be expanded in the Browser, and individual tracks can be dragged into the arrangement.

Version 1.5 is expected in April 2010 and will be a free update to registered users.

For a full list of improvements and changes, check out www.presonus.com.
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