Upgrade naar Studio One 5 Professional vanaf alle Artist versies
Studio One 5 Professional is een van de meest uitgebreide DAW softwarepakketten voor PC en Mac en biedt uitzonderlijk veel waar voor zijn geld, vanwege het grote aantal meegeleverde tools, effecten en instrumenten. Daarbij is alle functionaliteit, die werkelijk enorm is, ook nog eens zeer toegankelijk vanwege zijn heldere en praktische interface. Afgezien van voor de hand liggende mogelijkheden zoals drag and drop biedt Studio One ook gereedschappen als Arrranger Track, Score Editor, Scratsch Pads en Melodyne per track, die je als muzikant of producer al snel nooit meer zou willen missen.
Studio One 5 Professional wordt standaard geleverd met een groot aantal uitstekende effecten en instrumenten en vanuit zijn interface wordt je op de hoogte gesteld van het enorme aanbod aan extra effecten, geluiden en instrumenten die je snel en gemakkelijk vanuit het programma kunt aanschaffen.
De leveringsomvang van deze upgrade bestaat uit een doos met daarin een Keycode Card waarmee je, na het aanmaken van een account bij Presonus, de software kunt downloaden, of je ontvangt een activeringscode met download link via e-mail.
Nieuw in Studio One 5
Arrangement and Editing
NEW! Score Editing.
Based on our award-winning Notion composition and notation software, the new Score View lets you enter, view, and edit notes using standard notation. You can view multiple tracks simultaneously in a single Score View to work on voicing or use Score View to edit one track while using Piano View or Drum View to edit others. The Score View can be detached from the Arranger Window allowing you to view the same note data in different views. Included with the Studio One Score View is a compact symbol set that lets you add trills, tremolos, arpeggios and glissandi, accents and staccato in addition to dynamics that affect playback in real-time. Grand staff for piano and harp is also included, with the ability to move notes between staves.
NEW! Clip Gain Envelopes.
The newly-added Clip Gain Envelope is the perfect tool for correcting sections of audio that are either too loud or too soft, without adding a compressor or limiter plug-in. Add breakpoints to the Gain Envelope simply by clicking on the curve and dragging the point to your desired location or draw envelopes free-form using the Paint Tool. Changes to the clip gain are instantly reflected in the audio waveform so you have a reliable visual reference of the overall level. Furthermore, Clip Gain Envelopes are sample-accurate, so they can be used to fix everything from entire voiceover takes to single clicks and pops. Clip Gain Envelopes are independent from event volume and fade. They’re even better because the Gain Envelope is clip-based, gain adjustments are automatically applied to all audio events and parts that use that same audio clip. So you only need to fix it once to fix it everywhere it’s used in your session.
NEW! Keyswitch support, editing, and mapping.
Key Switch Articulations now have their own automation lane in Studio One, so you no longer need to worry about note edits or Note FX screwing up your Key Switches. Create and share custom maps for your virtual instruments and save them as part of Instrument+FX presets for instant recall.
NEW! Poly pressure and MPE support.
Studio One 5 now supports note controllers for more expressive playback of musical performances using virtual instruments and orchestral libraries. Note controllers affect individual notes, in multiple dimensions if needed. This includes support for MIDI Poly Pressure and MPE (MIDI Polyphonic Expression) with compatible MIDI hardware and virtual instruments.
NEW! Melodyne 5 Essential integration.
Melodyne has been part of Studio One since Celemony and PreSonus co-developed the ARA extension in 2011, and the new Melodyne 5 Essential adds vastly improved vocal editing tools, integrated chord detection and a chord grid. Use Melodyne to detect chords and export these chords directly to the Studio One Chord Track. Conversely, Melodyne can derive its scale grid directly from the Studio One Chord Track.
NEW! Timestretch mode: Tape-Resample.
With Tempo set to Timestretch and this new mode selected, the audio tempo and pitch are locked for a natural-sounding. “tape-style” tempo tracking. This mode is perfect for processing drum loops with an original tempo already close to the song tempo to perfectly match tempos without applying time stretching.
NEW! Marker Track Inspector.
New in Version 5, the Marker Track now features a marker list inside the Track Inspector that lets you navigate, rename, add, and delete markers in one convenient location.
NEW! Show Page.
Performing with virtual instruments, plug-in racks, and backing tracks has become an integral part of contemporary live shows. Some DAWs make it easy to use virtual instruments, while other applications make it easy to incorporate plug-in effects racks. Just about any DAW can be used for playback of backing tracks, but no single application has provided a solution for all three… until now. Studio One’s new Show Page lets you add backing tracks, virtual instruments, and plug-in racks for live musicians all from a single, intuitive interface that can easily receive content directly from any track on the Studio One Song Page. So, by the time you’ve finished up your studio session in Studio One, you’re already more than halfway done with your stage production.
Plug-ins and Instruments
The complete suite of Studio One’s Native Effect plug-ins have a fresh new look and some amazing new features. All dynamic plug-ins now have a sidechain input. Several plug-ins - including Analog Delay, Rotor and Tricomp - have been updated with a State Space Modeled drive stage for natural analog saturation. ProEQ is now ProEQ2, with a new 12th-octave analyzer mode and an additional linear-phase low cut filter. Limiter2 is also stacked with new features, including alternative curve and attack modes.
Other improvements include:
• Analog Delay. State Space Modeling Drive stage and improved width control.
• Autofilter. State Space Modeling Drive stage.
• Beat Delay. Improved width control.
• Chorus. Improved width control.
• Compressor. Filter for external sidechain input.
• Expander. Filter for external sidechain input.
• Fat Channel XT. External sidechain input.
• Gate. Filter for external sidechain input and Threshold control consolidation.
• Limiter2. External sidechain input, alternative curve modes, and alternative attack modes (fast, normal, slow).
• Multiband Dynamics. External sidechain input.
• Pedalboard. Improved Autopan modulation.
• Phaser. New Soft modulation mode and Stereo Spread control.
• ProEQ2 Phase-linear EQ with 12 dB / 24 dB modes, input meter, 12th-octave analyzer mode, adjustable meter range, metering peak hold function
• Rotor. State Space Modeling Drive stage.
• Tricomp. State Space Modeling Drive stage, external sidechain input, and alternative attack modes (fast, normal, slow).
Recording and Mixing
NEW! Extended Mixer Scenes.
Capture your entire console state and recall the entire mixer scenes or selectively recall Volume, Pan, Mute, Inserts, Sends, and more on any or every channel. Mixer Scenes are complete mixer snapshots and can be saved at any time and recalled in their entirety or just filtered to only include volume, pan, mute, inserts, sends, Cue Mix settings, Input controls, or any combination thereof. Scenes can be recalled globally or limited to selected channels, and are automatically saved with the current song or your favorite song template.
NEW! Aux Channels.
Dust off that TX81Z! Your classic MIDI synths can now be incorporated into your digital productions as easily as virtual instruments. Introducing the Aux Channel, a new channel type that allows any external audio source to be fed into the Studio One® mixer without the need to create an audio track that clutters your session. Add external instruments directly from the Studio One Browser using drag-and-drop to automatically create an Instrument track and the mapped Aux Channels, so you’re ready to begin sequencing with real hardware—but with the ease of your favorite virtual instrument.
NEW! Independent Listen Bus.
A dedicated Listen Bus adds new flexibility to the Studio One® 5 console. Use the Listen Bus to provide a control room feed, independent of the main output, with its own level control, AFL/PFL solo, and insert slots for your favorite room calibration plug-ins. When enabled, all soloed signals can be routed to the Listen Bus, while the full mix can still be heard from the main mix output; cue mix sends remain unaffected. A dedicated AFL/PFL option lets you choose between monitoring soloed signals pre- or post-fader (and pan).
NEW! Recording and playback in 64-bit float WAV format.
Studio One® 5 provides the highest-resolution audio production and mastering of any DAW on the market. With Version 5, Studio One now supports recording in 64-bit floating-point WAV format, the recommended recording format for audio interfaces with 32-bit converters. With this format option, the maximum recording and processing precision now reaches 64-bit/384 kHz, making Studio One the highest resolution audio production and mastering software. When resolution matters, choose Studio One.
NEW! External MTC/MMC Sync.
Studio One can now can now synchronize to external hardware devices via MIDI Timecode. Sync to external video. MIDI Timecode and MIDI Machine Control can be set independently to any available MIDI source and destination.
- Mac OS X
- 64-bit en 32-bit
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- Multi Band EQ
- Multi Band Dynamics
- Filter (analog sound)
- Retro & Vintage
- Drums (acoustic)
- Drums (analog/electric)
- Guitar (acoustic)
- Guitar (electric)
- Piano (acoustic)
- Piano (Electric)
- Synth (virtual analog)
- Synth (digital)