QuickTime (MP4) | iOS MP4
|5:30 mins Help us reach 100k|
PreSonus is now shipping Studio One 2.6.2, the latest update to its DAW software. The company is also shipping three new Add-ons for Studio One: Ampire XT Metal Pack Extension, Goldbaby Essentials Vintage Drum Machines, and Studio One Artist MP3 Converter. here's all the details in Presonu' own words...
Studio One 2.6.2 introduces support for Add-ons, which are program extensions, soundsets, plug-ins, and other assets exclusively for Studio One 2.6.2 and higher. Add-ons are available for purchase directly from the PreSonus online store. The update also fixes a few known issues.
The Ampire XT Metal Pack is an extension for PreSonus' Ampire XT Native Effects™ plug-in that includes six new amp models and six new speaker-cabinet emulations designed specifically for metal guitarists. It also includes a brand-new Metal Drumkit for the Impact virtual drum instrument.
Goldbaby Essentials is an exclusive soundset for PreSonus' Impact virtual drum instrument that features a collection of 500 vintage analog and digital drum machine and beatbox samples. Designed by acclaimed producer and sound designer Goldbaby, the sounds in this set have been meticulously sampled, edited, and post-processed using analog tape machines and studio tools. Goldbaby Essentials comes with 32 ready-to-play Impact drum kit presets and 124 new Musicloops.
MP3 Converter is an extension that adds professional-quality (up to 320 kB/s) MP3 encoding and drag-and-drop MP3 decoding to Studio One Artist 2.6.2 and higher.
PreSonus Studio One Add-ons can be purchased directly online and are installed by dragging-and-dropping on the Studio One application icon or window.
Pricing and Availability:
Expected U.S. pricing: Ampire XT Metal Pack $29.99, Goldbaby Essentials $29.99, and MP3 Converter $9.99. The Studio One 2.6.2 update is free to all registered users of Studio One 2.
Separate audio into separate tracks and groove away
Matthew demos Pams and shows of a new filter based on the Akai S950 filter
We take a look at this interesting concept