Easy to learn and easy to set up, Studio One Artist is the first choice for anyone who wants to spend more time making music with amazing sound quality. From set up, dialing in sounds, recording, and sonic experimentation to mixing and online delivery, Studio One Artist 3 keeps you inspired and focused on your music. Built by and for creative people, Studio One Artist’s flow-oriented, drag-and-drop interface; ease of use; and superb sound quality make recording and mixing fast and fun. With version 3, Studio One Artist introduces evocative new virtual instruments, better ways to quickly find the right backing tracks, step sequencing for programming beats and other musical parts, and a stunning new interface with multi-touch support, context-sensitive documentation, and many other enhancements. From setup, sound design, composing, and recording to mixing and online delivery, Studio One Artist 3 keeps you inspired and focused on your music. Loaded with new virtual instruments, intuitive mixing features, and many more improvements, Studio One Artist 3 makes it faster and easier than ever before to record and mix your music.

Product Features

  • Elegant single-window work environment with powerful drag-and-drop functionality, multi-touch support, unlimited audio and Instrument tracks, virtual instruments, buses, and FX channels
  • UPDATED Content browser lets you search, find, preview, and drag-and-drop tempo-matched loops, samples, effects, instruments, presets, and more
  • NEW Presence XT expandable sampler and Mai Tai polyphonic, analog modeling synth; includes 36 64-bit Native Effects, and 5 virtual instruments in all
  • Native Fat Channel plug-in from StudioLive AI mixers includes low-pass filter, gate, compressor, parametric EQ, and limiter
  • Advanced features such as transient detection and editing with groove extraction, multitrack comping, editable Folder Tracks, step recording, event-based effects
  • Software accessed via license key upon registration with manufacturer

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This article has 2 comments

  1. Basil MacDougal

    Presonus S1 Pro 3 My son and I have both been interested in recording our music and have looked at several DAWs over the past couple of years. Money is the main issue for us as well as a lack of experience. When I was offered a chance to try the Presonus, I jumped on it. Finally, we get a chance to create and record the sounds that have been floating around in our minds and that we have tooled around with at home on keyboards and guitar. Neither one of us create music for a living. This is a hobby that the…

  2. 12XU

    Powerful, Flexible, Intuitive. Really Good! I don’t know how you work. I don’t know how you think. But I know that for me, and I built my first midi-based studio in 1985 before becoming a professional recording engineer for over a decade, I really like the way Studio One works.Obviously, this stuff is subjective, but it works the way I think. The ability to drag and drop arrangements, the scratch pad feature (which is amazing – I’m always thinking of something new to work on in the middle of a project), the easy access to…

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