Groove3 - Studio One 3.5 Update Explained (2017)
Marcus Huyskens goes deep into the amazing new enhancements found in the Presonus Studio One 3.5 Update. See just how awesome the new features are, and how they'll change the way you work in Studio One. Marcus starts of by welcoming you and showing just how more efficient 3.5 is compared to previous S1 versions. He then reveals how the new audio engine works in detail, allowing you to get way better performance. The new low-latency monitoring features are then explained in-depth, as well as the new arrangement and automation improvements.
The Fat Channel and other plug-ins have also been improved and Marcus breaks them all down for you, so you can take advantage
of their updated features. Lastly, explore the improved Notion integration into S1 and the new Project Page changes.
See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you use Studio One v3, this series is a no-brainer.
Get the most out of your Studio One rig, watch "Studio One 3.5 Update Explained" today!
Tutorial 1 - 4:42
In this video, Marcus takes a quick moment to do a comparison of tracking overdubs in a complex session in
Studio One 3.3.4 vs Studio One 3.5 with the new Audio Engine & performance enhancements.
Tutorial 2 - 6:55
Audio Engine & Performance Enhancements
Marcus discusses the details behind the new and improved Audio Engine & Performance enhancements, and what it means for Studio One users.
Tutorial 3 - 19:59
Native Low Latency Monitoring
Learn all the details about the new Native Low Latency Monitoring mode (Green Z) added in Studio One 3.5.
Tutorial 4 - 9:52
Hardware Low Latency Monitoring
Marcus demonstrates how Hardware Low Latency Monitoring mode (Blue Z) can be optionally used in Studio 3.5 for supported interfaces.
Allowing users to benefit from low latency monitoring applications such as UC Surface, and DSP hardware such as the Studio 192 by PreSonus.
Tutorial 5 - 15:03
Instrument Low Latency Monitoring
Learn how to set up and use Instrument Low Latency Monitoring (Green Z) to seamlessly punch in, or add
virtual instruments to a busy mix, with minimal latency and optimal system performance.
Tutorial 6 - 9:41
Arrangement & Automation Pt. 1
Marcus demonstrates some of the improvements and new features in Studio One 3.5.
Tutorial 7 - 10:49
Arrangement & Automation Pt. 2
Marcus continues demonstrating some of the improvements and new features to arrangement and automation in Studio One 3.5.
Tutorial 8 - 5:48
Fat Channel XT
Learn all about the freshly updated Fat Channel XT plug-in, as well as the newly added state space modelled plug-in emulations now included.
Tutorial 9 - 2:36
Marcus demonstrates some of the changes we now see in some of the Studio One Native FX.
Tutorial 10 - 11:05
Improved Notion Integration
Learn how to use the new transfer options in Studio One 3.5+ & Notion 6.2+ which allow users to merge note data and audio to existing documents.
Tutorial 11 - 12:42
Improved Project Page
Marcus explores the changes in the new & improved Project page.