New Useful Site Dedicated To Studio One Owners

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Post 15 Apr 2015

Looks pretty cool...

http://www.studio-one.expert/

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Post 21 Apr 2015

The Intrancer wrote:Looks pretty cool...

http://www.studio-one.expert/
Nice; thanks for sharing!  That's one thing Reason seems to have over much of the competition out there - the resources for getting started is absolutely immense.  Between Propellerhead's own YouTube channel, there's so many "Reason Experts" websites, tutorials, users groups - it's mind boggling to say the least.

It's nice to see Studio One getting something like this.  I definitely plan to spend some time there.
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Post 28 Apr 2015

Yeah, it's good to see new informative sites in regards to what's happening with Presonus Studio One and what it is capable of in it's current form. For a newcomer or a regular user, there is always something to learn with large quality animated gif illustrations, supporting video's, text based content as well as any, free vst plugin bundles, product news ect..

Interestingly I've been checking out the site regulary over the past few weeks, even though I've not been producing much in the way of music, I use to go the Propellerheads main website daily but you're lucky if you see me go there once a month nowadays.

As a fellow user of 'as are many' of both Reason and Studio One, the recent sneak-pics reveallings of the new and eagerly anticipated full point update 'Studio One 3 due to be released this year, means supporting websites such as these are even more valued as a resource to learn from.

Studio One, in it's current form feels like a natural transition from the Reason environment being that it's particulary intuitive in the way the GUI is manipulated and navigated and ofcourse opens this big wide world of VST'i's (without any cost if need be) and connections to other applications such as Reason and even Reaktor.

Other than the Presonus forums there isn't really a lot of focused learning / supporting websites, something as you say and I know with being a user of Reason since 2001 is aware of. Presonus I think presents themselves as quite a serious company with a strong focus on it's hardware and solid supporting open ended software, than the sandboxed feeling of the Reason environment and the direction the props are going themselves nowadays.

I could go on and on about how they compair but hay http://www.studio-one.expert/ could probably tell you more than I. :D      




 

 

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