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Studio One General Discussion » Macro Extension in S1 v2 Producer? » Go to message
Thank you again.
I can try to send the question to Presonus.

But better yet. I will talk the friend in question into upgrading to Professional, sooner rather than later .

Studio One General Discussion » Macro Extension in S1 v2 Producer? » Go to message
Thanks.

Do you, by any chance, know if/when this will be available for 64-bit Windows? For the Producer version that is.

I have Studio One 2 Professional myself and I'm used to macros from Cubase/Nuendo, so no problem for me. Trying to help a friend out here .
Studio One Forum Community Support » Info on 64 bit vs 32 bit???? » Go to message
Thanks guys. I found out during installation.

But my 2 friends in need called me and couldn't understand how to find their plugins. I directed them to the Location page under Options.
They couldn't solve it.
I found out that they where sure the had the 32-bit version installed and thereby had installed their trusty 32-bit plugins. They both had the 64-bit version installed

I will, in a day or two, help them to either install the 32-bit version in paralell or instruct them to get 64-bit versions of their plugins.

None of the above is especially easy over the phone, so hence my point with the initial post:

Make this information more clearly and accessible to people with minor to moderate computer skills.

As I said, I've put together my own computers for 15 years, and are educated in the IT field . So for me it is not a problem, but not every DAW user know that much.

So again, thanks guys. And I'll hope PreSonus make this a bit easier for beginners and such.

PS. I've found the video example and other posts in the FAQ section, because i know where and what to look for .
But my 2 friends didn't
Studio One Forum Community Support » Info on 64 bit vs 32 bit???? » Go to message
To my understanding all versions of Studio One 2 is a 64-bit app when installed on a 64-bit OS (32-bit when on 32-bit OS).
ie. you have to install 64-bit Vstplugins on the 2 versions (producer and pro) that support 3. party Vstplugins.

Further:
When PreSonus says it is only Studio One 2 Professonal that is a 64-bit app/supports 64-bit, they are really talking about the internal Audio Processing?
Is that so?

If it is so, I think there are better ways to inform the users about this, than the current info.

I found out during installing Studio One 2 (both producer and professional) on different computers for me and 2 other friends (I'm my friends IT/Software support guy).

I've built my own studio computers for 15 years, but there is no mystery that many users are troubling when installing 3. party plugins when this matter is not spoken louder.

There are also a lot of users that not necessary have english as their native language.
Studio One General Discussion » Macro Extension in S1 v2 Producer? » Go to message
Is the Macro Extension installer supported in Studio One 2 Producer?
Studio One Forum Community Support » Can't find Komplete Elements serial! » Go to message
Ticket numbers?
Studio One General Discussion » Multi Track Audio Bend » Go to message
Looking forward to the report on Eddie's out-of-time drumming

I'm also a survivor from the Cubase/Nuendo camp, liking Studio One 2 better and better.
Studio One General Discussion » the best way to import a cubase project? » Go to message
You are fine with your current interface .

Don't listen to much to "internet sources" when it comes to digital audio, filters and sample rates.

Search for "Nika Aldrich" and "Dan Lavry" for their whitepapers on the subject, and prepare for a lot, a lot, of reading .

By the way, Sample Rate Conversion uses a lot more complicated mathematics than simply deviding by two (in he case of 88200 to 44100).
Modern Sample Rate Converters does "out of this world" mathematics behind the scenes, very precisely (no matter the conversion - to/from).

At last, 99% of those who claim to hear the difference, do so beacause they "know". ie, they have not taken part in a real blindtest.
Many things in posts above is simply not true.

Again serch for better men than me on the subject (I've only studied the theme, not teached). Search for "Nika Aldrich" and "Dan Lavry" is my best bet if you gonna get deep.
Studio One General Discussion » the best way to import a cubase project? » Go to message
I decided long ago that 48k just make things more complicated with nothing to gain, compared to 44.1k.

I can understand 96k for DVD projects and such, but not elsewhere (except for recording big orchestras in the very best environment).

If you do this conversions a lot, you better invest in one of the better Sample Rate Converters.
Studio One Forum Community Support » Can't find Komplete Elements serial! » Go to message
skip jones wrote:PreSonus is still working on a resolution with NI, hold tight.


Still holding tight
Studio One General Discussion » How to convert 48khz session to 44.1khz for CD? (SOLVED) » Go to message
Just for your information. Dithering has nothing to do with Sample Rate conversion/change.

It's all about when reducing the Word Lenght/Bit Depth, ie from 24 bit to 16 bit.

Sample Rate Conversion uses a lot more complicated mathematics than simply deviding by two (in he case of 88200 to 44100).

All the above is among the most misunderstood things about digital audio. If you gonna go deep, search for "Nika Aldrich" and "Dan Lavvry" (prepare for a lot of reading).

Studio One General Discussion » the best way to import a cubase project? » Go to message
Just for your information. Dithering has nothing to do with Sample Rate change.

It's all about when reducing the Word Lenght/Bit Depth, ie from 24 bit to 16 bit.

Sample Rate Conversion uses a lot more complicated mathematics than simply deviding by two (in he case of 88200 to 44100).

All the above is among the most misunderstood things about digital audio. If you gonna go deep, search for "Nika Aldrich" and "Dan Lavvry" (prepare for a lot of reading).


That said, I've exported a small Cubase 6.5 project (as xml). It opened all the tracks in S1 v2 Pro fine.
Studio One General Discussion » Mixer "View Presets" questions » Go to message
Are there a way to "update" your mixer view presets?
The only method I have found so far, is to delete the preset and then make a completly new preset. This will screw up the order in the list, and the Key Commands attached to them opens up different "views" after such an operation.
Is there another/better way?

When adding a track or bus, it always shows in all saved presets for your mixer view. Is this just the way it behaves, or are there another way to do this?

Studio One General Discussion » Good features of other DAWs and a high number of features- a statement » Go to message
With the designers coming from Steinberg's Nuendo team, I guess that they have much more up their sleeve
But there are only so much they can throw in from the start, to not step on someones toes (also legally I suppose).

I'm a Nuendo user, and have been since Nuendo 1.6. I started with SX (former Cubase) when Logic where abandoned on the windows platform. So obviously it will be some things I'm gonna miss when starting up Studio One 2 Pro. BUT.....

But after just testing Studio One Artist (after buying a StudioLive 16.0.2) at my home studio, I decided to upgrade to Studio One 2 Pro. It just felt somewhat right.
After using this weekend to install/set up S1 in my commercial studio (much more complex setup - 96 in/96 out), I'm almost ready to jump on any project using S1. Just after setting it up and fiddling around with the settings and options, and making a decent Template to suit my most common start scenario. Very very nice

That said, the things that are in S1 by now is "easier" to use for the most part. It shows that S1 is a more "modern" DAW with great potential. As a "music only" producer/engineer (with a guitar on my lap) I don't really miss much from the above mentioned DAW. It actually feels like a fresh start.
I'm also familiar with Pro Tools, and feel that S1 is making its way somewhere in the middle ground between Cubase/Nuendo and Pro Tools.
Studio One Forum Community Support » Cuemix send only on tracks routed directly to the Main Out????? » Go to message
I can only seem to find the Cuemix sends on tracks that are directly routed to the Main Out bus. Is this due to technical reasons, or is it some settings/options that I'm not aware of?

I have set up a song (for feature use as a template), with many different groups/busses. I have routed a set of default tracks (ie 14 drum tracks and so on) to their respective busses. All good so far.

But it seems that I have to re-route all my tracks to the Main Out to get the Cuemix sends available on these tracks.
Is it so, or is it me .
 
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