Presonus Audio Electronics Studio One v2


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Digital Audio Workstation

Version 2 of this DAW offers more than 100 new features and enhancements. Integrated Melodyne pitch correction allows the user to hear edits in context and render audio in place. Select an audio event and press Q to quantize using transient detection and editing, and drag and drop groove extraction to and from any audio in seconds. Single and multitrack comping is faster with no tool switching, automated crossfading between takes, and simple auditioning holding Alt and clicking on a take. Studio One's browser offers quick access to instruments, effects, sounds, files, and more. Search any location with v2. Organize related tracks and work with them as a group with folder tracks. Group and bus folder tracks with the click of a button. Edit multiple MIDI tracks simultaneously. Native effects plug-ins now include Ampire XT with new amp models, cabinet-modeling section and effects section, and OpenAIR convolution reverb delivers realistic reverberation. New mastering features include DDP export, PQ editing and higher-quality sample-rate conversion.
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