PreSonus Studio One Pro v2.0.5 For Windows/MacOSX (32/64-bits)
Studio One is a new, integrated approach to recording music, from tracking to mixing to mastering and distribution. It’s a creative environment built for intuitive use, speed, and efficiency–and yet it’s robust enough for the most complex productions.
Two years ago, we launched Studio One with the promise that artists of all levels, from beginner to seasoned professional, would find Studio One a serious alternative to the intimidating, bloated offerings currently considered the standards. Since then, Studio One has won multiple prestigious awards, reviewers have praised it to the skies, our Studio One forum has been buzzing with ideas, and musicians, producers, and engineers have flocked to our amazing new DAW in large numbers.
The reasons are simple: Studio One lets them work quickly and efficiently and delivers the features they need and the impeccable audio quality they demand. When you can work faster, more creatively, and more effortlessly, making music is even more fun.
Consistently praised for its design, Studio One Artist and Studio One Producer are neatly divided into two pages—the Start and Song pages—that are dedicated to specific tasks. Studio One Professional adds the Project page. Say goodbye to using multiple steps to accomplish simple tasks, clicking through endless menus, and suffering hours of frustration. Say hello to the new generation of DAW software that lets you enjoy making music faster than you thought possible.
Studio One provides all of the resources you need to get your music flowing, including dozens of effects, four virtual instruments, thousands of loops, and more. Add to that the integrated Browser and speedy ‘drag n’ drop’ workflow, and you have the perfect cure for writer’s block.
For those who want it all, we offer Studio One Professional, which has everything in Studio One Artist and Producer and adds the Project page, an integrated mastering solution; fully licensed Melodyne Essential pitch correction; SoundCloud™ support; Red Book CD burning; video playback and sync; and five more Native Effects plug-ins: Groove Delay, Multiband Dynamics, OpenAIR, Pipeline, and IR Maker.
Elegant single-window work environment.
Powerful drag-and-drop functionality.
Unlimited audio tracks, MIDI tracks, virtual instruments, buses and FX
Content browser with convenient sort options and preview player.
Integrated mastering solution with automatic mix updating, waveform
editing, effects, Red Book CD burning, and digital release.
Automatic delay compensation.
64-bit processing (even on 32-bit machines).
Easy-to-use sidechain routing.
64-bit effects suite.
Virtual instruments collection.
Intuitive MIDI-mapping system.
Real-time audio timestretching and resampling.
VST2, VST3, and ReWire support.
K System metering.
Compatible with any ASIO-, Windows Audio compliant audio interface.
The following are the system requirements to run Studio One:
Studio One is a modern, cross-platform DAW that is capable of operating as a 32-bit or 64-bit application. While we make every effort to ensure Studio One will run well on the widest variety of computers possible, please read these specifications carefully to determine compatibility with your system.
MAC OS® X 10.6.8 OR HIGHER
Intel® Core™ Duo processor
2 GB RAM
Intel Core 2 Duo or Intel Xeon® processor or better
4 GB RAM
WINDOWS® XP, VISTA®, 7 (32- OR 64-BIT)
Intel Core Duo or AMD Athlon® X2 processor
2 GB RAM
Intel Core 2 Quad or AMD Athlon X4 or better
4 GB RAM
Internet connection (not required on machine where Studio One is installed but needed for activation)
A monitor resolution no lower than 1280 x 768 pixels
20 GB hard-drive space
Changes in Studio One 2.0.5 build 18179:
The 2.0.5 update has the following enhancements:
• Ampire™ XT amp models were reworked for better sound
• Any command can now be assigned to any MIDI CC message.
• Markers have a Stop flag that stops playback at the marker.
• Manual now available in German, Japanese, Spanish, and French
• Exchange and Sound Set Builder now supported in Artist version
• Audio-file resampling during playback now uses the audio cache, reducing CPU usage in some cases.
• Dithering is now applied to 24-bit audio files if the dithering option is on.
• Tracks can be resized horizontally in the arrangement
• Added two new track heights: Overview and Minimal (these make tracks very slender so you can see more tracks at once)
• Retains channel settings and automation when replacing an instrument in an Instrument track.
• Performance meter adds RAM usage display (in 32-bit version)
• Tape Style monitoring option (Options/Advanced/Devices) mutes playback on audio track
• Transform now always uses 32-bit floating-point math
• Now shows file size in Exchange-item previews
• Events with bend markers are bounced to a new file before editing in Melodyne
• You can right-click on an event to remove Melodyne
• If you close a song without saving, a list shows which files will be deleted
• Expand Folder command is now in contextual menu
• Tab to transients in Audio parts
• Next and Previous Track commands added to FaderPort (shift + left/right channel buttons)
• Save FX on/off state in FX Chains
• Product keys from user account are listed in the Activation window
The 2.0.5 update fixes the following issues:
• Event FX delay compensation fixed
• Had multiple crossfades when comping within the same time range
• Take selection did not respect event resize
• Folders for Universal Audio UAD plug-in preset-sorting was incorrect
• Problems with missing file dialog
• Wrong event size in Audio parts after changing tempo
• Split Events moved new event to back
• Event FX freeze moved the event out of an Audio part
• Keyboard shortcut for “Remove Track and Instrument” didn’t work
• Audition of moved notes in Editor was not using note velocity
• Layer change while recording created doubled events
• Crashed using audio interfaces with only a mono input (e.g., Apogee One)
• Event FX restore had wrong length
• FX channel was not mapped to bus when “Add Bus for selected channels” was used
• Stretch event state was not saved with Audio loop
• Problem with mute-automation writing on grouped tracks
• Controller recording with VST3 version of VSL plug-in could not be recorded on multiple channels
• Move to Cursor removed shared copy of Instrument part
• Bend marker did not hold position when it was moved toward its original position
• Invisible bend marker was used for Tab to Transients (not used now)
• Old loop range was not restored after auditioning range on a layer
• SFZ files were copied to media folder (now are not copied)
• IR Maker: Displayed wrong default IR Length
• Gate: Release time was not restored
• Impact: Sync mode and transpose issues
• There was no real-time Image Export in Project page
• Save was not enabled when volume was adjusted in Project page
• [Windows®] Sample-rate change was not working correctly for Focusrite Sapphire interfaces
• [Mac® OS X] Dynamics-processing graph had the wrong popup-menu placement on a second monitor screen
• [Mac OS X] Some AU plug-in parameters could not be used with automation
• [Mac OS X] 64-bit VST plug-ins made with JUCE had gray GUI (e.g., Blue Cat Audio or Cytomic Glue)
• [Mac OS X] When restoring Transform event to original, AU plug-in settings were not restored.