We Tempo Map In Pro Tools, Logic Pro And Studio One – See How They Do It | Production Expert
For the first challenge we wanted to see how Pro Tools, Logic Pro and Studio One handled tempo mapping an acoustic guitar not recorded to a click track. This scenario is something than can happen in the real world, especially if you are a songwriter or have an artist in the studio who hates working to click tracks.
I knew that I had it easy in Logic. Studio One isn’t too bad. Pro Tools? sheesh. Simply comparing the explanation times is valuable. Pro Tools? 10 minutes. Studio One? 3 minutes. Logic? 2 minutes.
How To Move Sessions And Projects From One DAW Like Pro Tools To Another Like Studio One Or Logic Pro | Production Expert
With more and more people using different DAWs, the need to be able to transfer a project from one DAW to another has grown. In this article we are going to show you how to move projects from one DAW, like Pro Tools, Studio and Logic Pro, to another DAW. In this article we will also cover the pitfalls in the export and import processes and how to overcome them.
How to capture live drums with Studio One: a step-by-step guide
Learn how to lay down a rhythmic foundation for your Studio One projects by capturing live drums – even if you’ve only a few mics to hand.
How to Save CPU Power with Amp Sims – PreSonus Blog
You’ll often see this kind of comment in forums: “There must be something wrong with Studio One! I can run only a couple amp sim instances before the program can’t handle any more!” But you’ll also see this comment about other DAWs—because the “problem” isn’t the DAW, it’s the amp sims and current computer technology. Fortunately, Studio One has anticipated these issues, and offers three effective solutions.
The VoxTool FX Chain – PreSonus Blog
You can download the FX Chain from the link at the end of this tip; but let’s cover how the various modules affect the sound, so that (if needed) you can tweak this FX Chain for your particular voice.