Studio One (Presonus) in lieu of Pro Tools

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  • #47496
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    JD
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    Has anyone tried using the Presonus DAW – called Studio One – instead of Pro Tools?

    I have Presonus Studio One but not Pro Tools – hence the question.

    #47499
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    MarkPAman
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    I’ve had a play with both, but not used either a lot. Studio One is more “basic” and quite quick to get going with, Pro Tools may be a little harder to get one’s head around – but has a lot more stuff in it. But, that’s a lot more stuff that you may never want. …. their marketing department seem to have a big budget…

    I don’t use DAWs a lot, I tend to do live stuff far more than anything recorded, but if needed, I tend to reach for Audition, or Logic, depending on what needs doing.

    #47509
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    Tommy
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    Used it last weekend to record a Men’s Conference for my church. Worked very well and interfaced seamlessly with the QU-16. Audio quality turned out a lot better than I expected it to turn out. I have not tried to do any post production of any of the singing, but have done post production of one of the sermons. I use Studio One as my only DAW since it is so easy to get to know. I normally use it in the recording chain for my church every week.

    Don’t know if I would be able to help with any of your questions, but I am sure willing to help with what I know so far.

    #47511
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    JD
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    … that’s what I needed to know. Thanks

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