If you were able to join my YouTube Livestream last night, you would have learned of the news of the launch of my new Email Newsletter. I am very pleased to finally have got this aspect of the business together! It is going to be another fantastic resource for you all, and I am really looking forward to diving in deep into providing you with the best emailed music production advice and teaching, along with being able to give you the heads-up on future tutorial products that I make and albums, singles and EPs I release. You guys on the list will get advanced notice of them all. You’ll also get exclusive under-the-hood and behind the scenes looks at the aforementioned products.
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- HD Downloads of my popular 5-part Compression Series tutorials to keep on your computer forever, without YouTube ads or YouTube’s audio compression
- The Stems from my song “Channelle” from my 2016 EP “Belonging To Tomorrow” for you to mix and/or remix and use in your portfolio to help you get mixing gigs
- Exclusive Music Production tips, tricks and advice that I will NOT post anywhere else
- Advanced notice of new products and records I make, including (where possible) exclusive discounts
- Behind the scenes content
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In today’s video, we continue mixing our song and delve in to some compression techniques to help with the “front-to-back” depth of field perception of your mix.
In today’s video, we get down to the business of mixing our song. Starting with the mixbus, drums and percussion, we take a look at the basic tools we will use: The Pro EQ and the Compressor. In the next video we will take a look at the PreSonus Channel Strip and get to work on the remaining busses.
In today’s video, we continue our Studio One From Scratch Series by beginning to prep our finished song for mixing.
In today’s video, we continue our process of creating our first song by recording some tracks and making use of some drum loops from the Studio One loop library.
In today’s video, we take a look at the very handy News Feed in the Start Page, and then dive in to an overview of the Song Page. As these videos come along, we will go into detail on certain features as we need them, as we get going through the process from Installation to digital release of your first song.
In This next episode of the series, we take a more in-depth look at the Start Page and briefly look at setting up your Audio I/O (this will be covered more in depth in the next episode). If you have any questions, please email me at email@example.com
In today’s video, the first in a brand new series, we will be looking at how to get your new purchase of Studio One installed and activated. This new series will take you through the essentials of using Studio One, from install to your first digital release to the world!
The long-awaited DAW Mode Beta has been launched as of this morning and can be accessed here: https://forums.presonus.com/viewforum.php?f=383 (Please read the guide and the firmware loading instructions before starting download)
DAW Mode for Series III Console mixers supports native control over Studio One v3 only.
Anyone testing DAW Mode should be using the latest Series III Beta firmware (available from the Public Beta link above) as well as the latest public release versions of Universal Control and Studio One v3:
Series III Console Firmware – v1.7.13343
Universal Control – v188.8.131.52526
Studio One – v184.108.40.206392
Release Notes are available at the above Public Beta link and will be updated along with any future firmware updates for this Public Beta as we work towards an official public release.
NOTE: Please remember that Tech Support is not available to help customers using beta firmware or software.
Any questions from customers via phone, email, social media, etc. should be directed to the beta link provided.
We will be monitoring posts in the DAW Mode Public Beta forum section from users daily to gather information, verify reported issues, and answer questions.