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Studio One
PreSonus Studio One Logo.png
Studio One version 4 editor and mixing console
Studio One version 4 editor and mixing console
Original author(s)Matthias Juwan, Wolfgang Kundrus
Developer(s)PreSonus
Initial release27 September 2009; 9 years ago (2009-09-27)
Stable release
4.5.1 / 29 May 2019; 8 days ago (2019-05-29)
Operating systemWindows, macOS
Available in8 languages
TypeDigital Audio Workstation
LicenseCommercial Proprietary Software
Websitewww.presonus.com/products/studio-one

Studio One is a digital audio workstation (DAW) application, used to create, record, mix and master music and other audio, with functionality also available for video. It is developed by PreSonus and available for macOS and Windows. In addition to the commercial editions of the software (known as Studio One Artist and Studio One Professional), PreSonus also distributes a free edition, with reduced functionality (known as Studio One Prime).

History[edit]

Early Development (2004–2011)[edit]

Studio One originally began development under the name K2, as a follow-up to the KRISTAL Audio Engine.[1] Although development for this follow-up began in 2004,[2] it transitioned in 2006 to a cooperation between PreSonus and KristalLabs Software Ltd., a start-up founded by former Steinberg employees Wolfgang Kundrus and Matthias Juwan.[3] Kundrus was one of the developers for initial versions of Cubase, and established concepts for the first version of Nuendo.[4] Juwan was the author of the original KRISTAL Audio Engine, wrote the specification for version 3 of the VST plug-in standard, and had also worked on multiple Steinberg products, including Cubase, Nuendo, and HALion.[5]

KristalLabs then became part of PreSonus in 2009,[3] and the former KristalLabs logo was used as the basis for the logo of Studio One.[6]

The first version of Studio One was announced on 1 April 2009 at Musikmesse,[7][8] and released on 27 September 2009.[9][10] The final update for Studio One version 1 (v1.6.5) was released in July 2011.[11][12]

Subsequent Versions (2011 – present)[edit]

Version 2 of Studio One was announced on 17 October 2011,[13][14] and released on 31 October 2011 (alongside the 2.0.2 update).[15] This release of the software introduced multiple enhancements, including integration with Celemony Melodyne, transient detection & quantization, groove extraction, multi-track comping, folder tracks, multi-track MIDI editing, an updated browser, and new plug-ins.[16]

The integration of Studio One version 2 with Melodyne was achieved via the creation of a new plug-in extension, known as Audio Random Access (ARA). This extension, developed jointly by PreSonus and Celemony, allows an audio plug-in to appear as an integrated part of the application.[17]

Version 3 of Studio One was released on 20 May 2015.[18] The new features included an arranger track, scratchpads for idea experimentation, the ability to chain together different effects and instruments, MIDI note effects, new plug-ins, and the ability to use curves in automation.[19]

Following teaser images on social media websites in the preceding weeks,[20] version 4 of Studio One was announced via a YouTube live stream event on 22 May 2018, and released simultaneously.[21][22] New features in version 4 included a chord track (with chord detection, transposition and chord substitution options), a dedicated drum editing interface, expanded drum machine & sampler plug-ins, AAF-format import/export functionality (to exchange data with other DAW applications), and support for version 2 of the ARA plug-in extension.[22] Almost exactly a year later, on 21 May 2019, this functionality was expanded further with the live stream announcement and simultaneous release of version 4.5.[23] New functionality introduced with version 4.5 included input channel gain staging and phase/polarity options, a built-in plug-in manager, M4A (AAC/ALAC) support, video export options, new grouping options, RMS metering, pre-fader metering, CPU multi-core optimization, and expanded macro features, alongside a new add-on for batch audio conversion & processing.[24][25]

Features[edit]

Standard DAW Features[edit]

In addition to its other functionality, Studio One includes fundamental features which are common across most digital audio workstation software, such as the functionality found in multi-track recorders and audio mixing consoles, plus additional functions not possible with analog recording (such as undoing previous actions, editing without loss of information, use of virtual instruments, etc.).[26]

Editions[edit]

Studio One is available in 3 editions, each with a different license cost (if any) and set of features:

Studio One Prime Studio One Artist Studio One Professional
License Free[27] One-Time Purchase / Free with PreSonus Hardware[28] One-Time Purchase[29]
Audio Processing 32-Bit[29] 32-Bit[29] 64-Bit[29]
Native Plug-Ins 10 (approx.)[30] 35 (approx.)[30] 45 (approx.)[30]
Input / Output Support 2 In / 2 Out[30] Unlimited[30] Unlimited[30]
Maximum Track/Bus Count Unlimited[29] Unlimited[29] Unlimited[29]
WAV/AIFF Export Yes[30] Yes[30] Yes[30]
M4A (AAC/ALAC) Support Yes[30] Yes[30] Yes[30]
Audio Transient Detection No[30] Yes[30] Yes[31]
SoundCloud Export/Import No[30] Yes[30] Yes[32]
Custom Macro Support No[30] Yes[30] Yes[33]
Side-by-Side Notion Support No[30] Yes[30] Yes[34]
Integrated Celemony Melodyne No[30] Trial Version[35] Yes[35]
FLAC/MP3 Export No[30] Add-On Available[36] Yes[26]
VST/VST2/VST3 Plug-In Support No[29] Add-On Available[29] Yes[26]
Audio Unit Plug-In Support No[29] Add-On Available[29] Yes[26]
ReWire Plug-In Support No[29] Add-On Available[29] Yes[26]
Studio One Remote Support No[37] Add-On Available[30] Yes[38]
Video Track Support No[30] No[30] Yes[30]
Video Export No[30] No[30] Yes[30]
Batch Audio Processing Add-On Available[39] Add-On Available[39] Add-On Available[39]

Other Features[edit]

The other core features of Studio One include the following:

Add-Ons[edit]

Introduced with version 2.6.2 in January 2014, add-ons are optional items, developed either by PreSonus, or by third-parties, which can be acquired separately from the PreSonus store to expand the capabilities of Studio One. This can include new functionality (often known as 'extensions'), plug-ins, virtual instrument presets, loops, and other assets.[36] Example add-on functionality includes the Audio Batch Converter (released alongside version 4.5), which allows for the offline conversion and processing of multiple audio files simultaneously, including the use of both native and third-party plug-ins.[39]

Add-ons are also available to expand Studio One Artist to include other functionality from the Professional edition, including VST/AU/ReWire plug-in support, MP3 support, and Studio One Remote support.[36][29]

Studio One Remote[edit]

A mix window in Studio One Remote; running on iPad.

Introduced alongside Studio One version 3 in 2015, Studio One Remote is an app for wirelessly controlling Studio One via a tablet device connected to the same network.[38] Whilst originally released for the Apple iPad, Remote was subsequently released for Windows & Surface tablets (February 2016),[50] and for Android tablets (June 2017).[51] It uses PreSonus' own UCNET protocol, which is used for network connectivity and remote control across multiple PreSonus products.[38]

Aspects of Studio One functionality which can be controlled via Remote include:[38]

  • The mixing console, including inserts, sends, inputs, outputs, and cue mixes.
  • The transport bar and timeline ruler, including markers and arranger sections.
  • Track macro controls.
  • Plug-in parameters.

Studio One Exchange[edit]

Studio One Exchange (previously known as PreSonus Exchange when it was first released in January 2012, alongside version 2.0.4[52][53]) is a service which allows registered Studio One users to exchange plug-in presets, MIDI files and other resources from directly within the application.[54] The Studio One Browser allows users to explore, preview, download, and review items uploaded to this service by other users, as well as upload their own.[55]

Reception[edit]

Studio One has received mostly positive reviews since its initial release. Common areas of praise include rapid workflow, cost-effectiveness, and usability.[19][56][57][58][59][60]

Studio One won the Japanese V.G.P. (Visual Grand Prix) 'Gold' award in 2011, 2012, and 2013.[61]

In 2012, readers of Resolution Magazine named Studio One (version 2) as the Resolution Award winner in the 'DAW' category.[62][63]

In 2013, Studio One (version 2.5) won a M.I.P.A. (Musikmesse International Press Awards) award in the 'Best Recording Software' category.[64][65] Other awards received in 2013 included the Visual Grand Prix Audio Excellence award (in the 'DAW' category), the ProSoundWeb & Live Sound International, Readers’ Choice Award, and Audio Media's 'Gear of the Year' award, and the C.I.F. (Customers in Focus) award from the music studio website DAWfreak.se.[66][67][68][69][70][71]

In 2016, Studio One (version 3) won Music and Sound Retailer's award for 'Best Multitrack Recorder/Recording & Mixing Software of 2015' at NAMM.[72][73]

Release History[edit]

Year Date Version Key Features
2009 Version 1
27 September 1.0.0 Initial version.[9][10]
15 October 1.0.1 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[74][75]
2 December 1.0.2 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[76][77]
2010 28 April 1.5.0 QuickTime video support, enhanced drag & drop functionality, REX2 file support, SoundCloud integration, enhanced automation, dynamic timestretching, MIDI improvements.[78][79]
23 June 1.5.1 MIDI recording offset.[80]
2 August 1.5.2 Bug fixes.[81][82]
28 September 1.6.0 Infinite nested buses, Mackie HUI support, VST 3.1 support.[49][83]
18 November 1.6.1 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[84]
2011 3 January 1.6.2 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[85]
30 January 1.6.3 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[86]
9 March 1.6.4 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[87][88]
26 July 1.6.5 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[11][12][89]
Version 2
31 October 2.0.0 ARA support, Melodyne integration, transient detection & quantization, groove extraction, multi-track comping, folder tracks, multi-track MIDI editing, new plug-ins, updated browser.[14][16][13]
31 October 2.0.2 Bug fixes.[90][15]
13 December 2.0.3 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[91]
2012 18 January 2.0.4 PreSonus Exchange integration.[52][53]
11 April 2.0.5 Ability to assign MIDI CC messages to any command, updated Ampire XT plug-in, playback stop marker, macro toolbar.[92][93]
12 June 2.0.6 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[94]
12 September 2.0.7 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[95][96]
2 December 2.5.0 Comping improvements, folder track editing, enhanced track transform, updated Ampire XT plug-in, enhanced automation, updated audio export, ability to re-record from buses.[97][98]
2013 25 February 2.5.1 Ability to enable muted tracks in stem export, loop mode for Sample One plug-in.[99]
23 May 2.5.2 Bug fixes.[100]
29 August 2.6.0 Integration with StudioLive AI-series mixing consoles, integration with Nimbit, updated start page, Fat Channel plug-in, updated MIDI engine, displays for CD time and relative song position on the Project page.[101][102]
30 October 2.6.1 Bug fixes.[103]
2014 23 January 2.6.2 Add-on support.[36]
15 July 2.6.3 Ability to drag & drop audio to third-party plug-ins, CAF file support, ability to drag & drop slices to the quantize grid.[104][105]
5 November 2.6.4 Increased recording buffer, 64-bit processing by default for Mac, stereo mode in Fat Channel plug-in.[106]
8 December 2.6.5 Support for new SoundCloud API.[107]
2015 Version 3
20 May 3.0.0 Arranger track, scratchpads, updated browser, chains for effects & virtual instruments, note-level MIDI effects, macro controls, new plug-ins, automation curves, Studio One Remote.[18][19]
26 June 3.0.1 Updated manual, enhanced multi-touch.[108]
5 August 3.0.2 Studio One Prime edition.[109]
6 October 3.1.0 Integration with Studio 192 interfaces, option to colorize track controls.[110][111]
16 December 3.1.1 Plug-in search context menu, ability to filter hidden plug-ins from search, enlarged instrument channel output list.[112]
2016 25 February 3.2.0 Mix engine effects, VCA faders.[44][113]
30 March 3.2.1 Pass-through mode for mix engine effects, mix engine effects for downstream buses, show/hide VCA targets.[114][115]
19 May 3.2.2 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[116]
9 June 3.2.3 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[117][118]
25 August 3.3.0 Ability to disable tracks / instruments / plug-ins, enhanced multi-track drum editing, MIDI editing improvements, single-click options for global effects on/off, Notion 6 integration, new video engine.[119]
6 September 3.3.1 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[120]
29 November 3.3.2 FaderPort 8 integration, ability to copy automation via copy/paste of events, ability to access QWERTY keyboard software device via Caps Lock key.[121]
19 December 3.3.3 Bug fixes.[122]
2017 21 February 3.3.4 Usability improvements & bug fixes.[123]
23 May 3.5.0 Full mixer & plug-in undo, native low-latency software monitoring, updated CPU multi-processing, Fat Channel XT plug-in, file-independent track markers on the Project page, Project-level loudness metering.[43][124]
27 June 3.5.1 Reduced virtual instrument latency, updated CPU balancing, updated quick-zoom, updated mixer undo.[125]
26 September 3.5.2 Arranger track for Prime & Artist editions, updated song information window, blacklist for incompatible VST3 plug-ins.[126][127]
28 November 3.5.3 FaderPort 16 support.[128]
4 December 3.5.4 Bug fixes.[129]
2018 30 January 3.5.5 Cakewalk Sonar shortcut setting.[130][131]
28 March 3.5.6 PreSonus Studio 1810 & 1824 support, PreSonus StudioLive III DAW remote support, macro option for channel renaming.[132][133]
Version 4
22 May 4.0.0 Chord track, chord detection/transposition/substitution, drum & pattern editors, expanded drum machine (Impact XT) & sampler (SampleOne XT) plug-ins, AAF-format import/export, import from existing songs, ARA version 2 support, new GUI customization options.[22]
10 July 4.0.1 Usability improvements & bug fixes, Studio One Prime version 4.[134]
13 Sep 4.1.0 Support for PreSonus ATOM Pad Controller, new Pipeline XT routing plug-in, tempo automation, new 'Time Scale' tool for manual tempo mapping, expanded note repeat feature, expanded AAF export options.[135][136]
30 Oct 4.1.1 Usability improvements (including new features for the ATOM controller) & bug fixes.[137][138]
2019 15 Jan 4.1.2 New incremental version save option, support for volume/gain automation in AAF export, bug fixes.[139][140]
22 Jan 4.1.3 Support for PreSonus' USB-C audio interfaces, bug fixes.[141][142]
26 Mar 4.1.4 Support for PreSonus' StudioLive S-Series mixing consoles, bug fixes.[143][144]
21 May 4.5.0 Input channel gain staging & polarity, plug-in manager, M4A (AAC/ALAC) support, video export, RMS metering, pre-fader metering, CPU multi-core optimization, macro expansions, batch audio conversion/processing add-on.[24][25]
29 May 4.5.1 Bug fixes.[145]

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Further reading[edit]

Studio References (2016-10-25). The Unofficial Studio One User's Manual. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN 9781537713045.

Presonus (2016-06-04). Studio One 3 - Reference Manual. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN 9781533604514.

Edstrom Jr., William (2013). Studio One for Engineers and Producers. Hal Leonard Books. ISBN 9781476806020.

The O, Larry (2012). Power Tools for Studio One 2: Master PreSonus' Complete Creation and Production Software, Volume 1. Hal Leonard Corporation. ISBN 9781458402264.

Terry, David (2012). Alfred's Teach Yourself Studio One: Version 2.0. Alfred Publishing Company. ISBN 9780739085004.

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