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Posts by Jonny Lipsham
In today’s video we take a look at the refurb of my studio to accommodate some new PreSonus gear. It’s the dawning of a brand new era in the story of my studio since I first started making home recordings and mixes way back in the 1980s!
In this week’s video, we take a look at the Single Articulations section of the PSO, and discover some instruments less well used in the Orchestra traditionally; and we draw our conclusions on this add-on for Studio One.
In today’s episode we take a look at the Musicloops that come as a construction kit for the PSO and how you can use them to create theme music, music beds and podcast incidental music and more…..
In today’s video, we take a look at the choir samples in this add-on package. We find some fantastically useful sounds and one in particular that may serve as a remedy for sickness. Enjoy!
In today’s video we continue exploring the Percussion section of the PreSonus Symphonic Orchestra. There are chimes, gongs, bells and of course cowbell aplenty!
In today’s video, we take a wee look at a new feature in the update to Studio One 3.5 (3.5.2) which is simple, logical and extremely useful. For me, it speeds up the drag & drop workflow nicely, making mixing even easier!
In today’s video in the PSO Series, we will look at some of the awesome percussion samples, and the keyswitches available for the instruments. There is such a lot to get through that I am doing this section of the Orchestra in two parts. Enjoy!
What? You mean you’ve crammed a huge SSL console into your tiny room?! No! Ha ha ha ha! We have crammed our computer full of Slate Digital analogue plugins, though! Slate’s plugins are widely reputed to be among the top echelons of highly accurate emulations of real analogue channel strips, consoles, EQs, compressors, reverbs and delays. After many years of strictly digital plugins, which are nice and clean and transparent – and there’s nothing wrong with that – we are moving back to where it all started for me: analogue, way back in the 1980s. Very excited to put these plugins through their paces!
The future is bright, the future is analogue!