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Studio One Artist vs. Studio One Artist 2
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stephboeker
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I see "Studio One Artist" listed as a feature on many of the adds distributors have on line but the PreSonus website describes "Studio One Artist 2" under features for the AudioBox USB as well as the AudioBox 22VSL. Is there a difference between the 2 DAW's?
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Yes. It costs $10 to upgrade from v1 to v2.
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A very high level overview of version differences between v1 and v2 are listed under the FAQ entitled -
"Q. I’m still using Studio One version 1. What major new features were introduced in version 2.0?" at
http://www.presonus.com/products/studio-one/learn/faq
The upgrade is available here - https://shop.presonus.com/products/studio-one-prods/studio-one-upgradescrossgrade/Studio-One-Artist-1-to-Artist-2-Upgrade
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I am considering upgrading from Studio One Artist v. 1 to v. 2, or some other product from Studio One. The main thing I need that's not in my current version is pitch adjustment, a feature that was standard on an old DAW from another company that is now my ex's. I emailed the company 2x and have received no reply. Any guidance out there in forum land?
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bassbyrdtx wrote:I am considering upgrading from Studio One Artist v. 1 to v. 2, or some other product from Studio One. The main thing I need that's not in my current version is pitch adjustment, a feature that was standard on an old DAW from another company that is now my ex's. I emailed the company 2x and have received no reply. Any guidance out there in forum land?


Melodyne, through ARA integration in S1, is the only 3rd party software you can use with Artist. I think Melodyne Essentials is $99, so that would be the baseline DAW with pitch correction.

Full blown Pro comes with a license for Melodyne Essentials, so look at that upgrade path also, since you are saving the cost of Melodyne with Pro.
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