Presonus Ships Studio One

New music-creation and production applications are available now      01/10/09
Presonus Ships Studio One


Here's what Presonus have to say...
We have been teasing you for months about Studio One Pro and Studio One Artist, our groundbreaking new music-creation and production applications for Mac OS X and Windows XP/Vista. No more teasing--we are shipping Studio One now!
Studio One will be available in two versions: Studio One Artist, which ships with every PreSonus audio interface; and Studio One Pro, which has all of the features of Studio One Artist and includes VST, AU, and ReWire support; a fully integrated mastering section; and other significant additional features and bundled content.
If you want to try before you buy, no problem: a free demo of Studio One Pro is available! To download it, CLICK HERE. When you are convinced--and you will be--then hurry to your authorized PreSonus dealer and get your copy.
Powerful, fresh, attractive, and cutting-edge, Studio One proves that a digital audio workstation can be easy to use without compromising quality or features.
Pricing and Availability:
Expected U.S. street price for Studio One Pro is $399; expected U.S. street price for Studio One Artist is $199. Studio One Artist will be bundled free with all PreSonus interfaces, including the StudioLive 16.4.2 digital mixer. Customers who bought a PreSonus interface after January 1, 2009, and registered their unit will receive a free copy of Studio One Artist and can upgrade to Studio One Pro for $199. Those who bought their PreSonus interfaces before January 1, 2009, can buy Studio One Artist for $99, with the same upgrade offer to Studio One Pro.
More information:
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