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PreSonus Studio One Professional
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PreSonus Studio One Professional

General Sequencer from PreSonus belonging to the Studio One 1 series.

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froggy54 froggy54
Publié le 02/27/10 à 05:27
Install On PC Core2 6300 with no worries. 2 GB of Ram and it is quite enough!

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

Perfectly stable and fast unlike other monsters.
I import the audio tracks (tracks 8-16) and taken from a live photo R16 and I mix in this software
A treat for speed and efficiency. Some ergonomic flaws (automation is a little cumbersome but with a control surface) but it's good!
VST effects are usable and effective.

OVERALL OPINION

Warning I do not use that for now, to mix the audio and export as MP3 or WAV so I have no opinion on the management of the quality of MIDI and VST instruments included (but will use ?).
On a config. PC with not much memory and not too strong (my PCI sound card is a first prize at Thomann ASIO 24bits/48 kHz to 4 years ago), is ideal.
Ableton Live, Cubase, Sonar, ... are too heavy and too much latency with my config.
This is the only software that allows you to mix easily a dozen audio tracks without crashing or crack anywhere. So great for a small and little config work homestudio.
A little too expensive though!
Of course, those who have the big stuff and want a quality commercial production will be disappointed.
That said, I know anyone who takes out a model which has the sound of a master Bob Ludwig with a PC or Mac and Cubase or Logic either.
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