anyone using presonus studio one yet??

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  1. Dubsta

    Dubsta Well-Known Member

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    is it any good?.....is it easy to pick up
     
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    Was talking to Fast from Savage Rehab the other day about it. Says they switched from Reason to it and never looked back.. And said I should give it a go before I get too hung up on Ableton after making the switch. Aperently very user friendly, and uses a lot of the Reason shortcut keys. Think I'll give the demo a blast over the weekend
     
  3. Dubsta

    Dubsta Well-Known Member

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    Thats wierd.....it was rus from savage rehab who talked my mate who is signed to ashatacks label to use it and he he's said the same thing. But hes gone from logic to presonus....hopefully getting a copy this weekend myself. Didnt think rehab made thier tracks in reason...surprised by that.
     
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    Yeah he's a good bloke, always got time for a chat.. Was after their set in Colchester last Friday.. Not exactly sure when they stopped using Reason, but he said they've never looked back since leaving it behind for Studio One
     
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    30days no limit demo is pretty sweet. DLing now. Gonna check it out.....
     
  6. lostnthesound

    lostnthesound Burns Easily in the Sun

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    Funny you mentioned Studio One.

    Msmith222 and myself have been discussing recently where we'd turn to in terms of DAWs if Apple decided to wash their hands of Logic or dumb it down a la Final Cut X. After looking around, we found that Studio One would most likely be our first choice with Ableton following as a close second. Though the Studio One pricing structure is a bit odd (ex. 64-bit is only available with the most expensive version), the DAW itself looks like gold. AU compatibility is a plus as well!
     
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    Dubsta Well-Known Member

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    I love savage rehab......i wasnt really a fan until i actually heard them live....went to ashatacks night in bricklane a few months back and they killed it.....ive booked them for my next reformed event.....cant wait to hear them again.
     
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    elmaruk slannndaaaaaaar

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    tried it a few times, didn't like it myself. just felt like a dumbed down logic/cubase. worth a go though i guess.
     
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    usin it and loving it. the only thing i hate is the fact that you canĀ“t automate the pitch of audio events. that sucks big way.
    besides of that- i can only recommend it.

    audio uses it as well btw :)