PreSonus Revamps Web Site

From a dozen meth'ed-up gerbils playing soccer with a marble inside a grandfather clock to a thing of beauty      06/07/12
PreSonus Revamps Web Site


PreSonus has completely redesigned its Web site, offering greatly improved navigation, deeper product information, and easy access to press releases, user stories, technical information, videos, tech support, user accounts, and much more.
PreSonus Associate Creative Director Cave Daughdrill, Told Sonic State, "Truth is, a lot of us hated the old site. Working on it was worse than being stuck in traffic during the flaming-hot Louisiana summer. And it was starting to look old and dense-like the Gulf after BP got through with it. We've always made the kind of gear we want to use ourselves, so we decided it was time to do that with our site. Now, it's fast and easy to find things, and the site is much more visual. The video display is huge, and you can even search and filter for results while playing the video. And the site works great with mobile devices. We think people are really gonna dig it."
PreSonus Web Engineer Luciano Ziegler, added, "From a back-end standpoint, the old PreSonus site was the organizational equivalent of a dozen meth'ed-up gerbils playing soccer with a marble inside a grandfather clock. Our new site is so smooth that it may actually revolutionize String Theory."
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NotImpressed    Said...

Just went on this 'new' Presonus site the other day, trying to troubleshoot a simple Audiobox + Studio One combo for a student; it's so full of smug, unfunny shit that we literally couldn't find the basic information we needed..the 'singer jokes' were especially bullshit. Too bad for them, this singer is also a producer who spends corporate media budgets on gear. I will happily continue to use & endorse both Tascam and Focusrite, and encourage my colleagues, clients and students to do the same...

09-Jul-12 04:21 PM


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