PreSonus Studio One 3 Professional v3.2.0.36707 Incl Patch and Keygen WIN OSX-R2R

PreSonus Studio One 3 Professional v3.2.0.36707 Incl Patch and Keygen WIN OSX-R2R

29 Feb 2016 | WIN: 227.8MB | OSX: 138.2MB
Studio One Artist and Professional are available direct from both PreSonus and music retail shops worldwide as both upgrades and full versions. Both Artist and Professional come as standard download versions, and can also be purchased with the entire program on an exclusive limited edition 64 GB USB flash drive.

PreSonus raises the bar again with Studio One 3.2, a new free update for Studio One 3. Version 3.2 builds on the advancements introduced in Studio One 3 by adding new dimensions to your mix environment along with professional tools and workflow enhancements demanded by the music production community.

One of our goals with Studio One is to provide you with the ability to craft a sound that?s uniquely yours. While Studio One has been recognized for its pristine mix engine, we recognize that ?pristine? sometimes isn?t what?s called for in the heat of creativity. To achieve this goal, we?ve introduced Mix Engine FX. You can now replace Studio One's acclaimed 64-bit floating point mix engine using alternative algorithms that change the sonic characteristics of your music in ways never before possible in a DAW.

Mixing your biggest multitrack projects just got easier with VCA Faders. Originally introduced on large-format analog mixing consoles, VCA Faders provide remote control of any number of channels from a single fader, complete with relative level control and automation. Imagine just one fader for vocals, one for drums, one for the rhythm section, and one for horns?VCA Faders are so simple, you could get a handle on your mix with just one hand.?

How do you take the fastest DAW around and make it even faster? Studio One?s multi-tasking Arrow Tool has always changed functions to meet the job at hand, but now it?s even smarter by transforming into the Range Tool when hovering in the upper part of events. In addition, the Arrow and Range Tools now provide alternative comping methods for ultra-fast layer editing and navigation?even with a large number of takes.

Studio One 3.2 expands the tight hardware integration introduced with the Studio 192 Interface to more PreSonus hardware. StudioLive AI rack mixers and consoles can now use their onboard DSP to power low latency monitoring with Studio One?s hybrid FatChannel plug-in. StudioLive RM rack mixers now also offer remote preamp control and up to 64 channels of high-headroom, XMAX I/O right within Studio One. In addition, Studio One Remote now natively supports iPad, iPad Pro and Windows tablets including Surface and Surface Pro, providing more ways to free you from your desk while tracking and mixing.

New features and improvements:
- Mix Engine FX
- New plug-in API and interface for Mix Engine FX (Mix FX)
- New FX Plug-in Console Shaper (Mix Engine FX)
- VCA Faders
- quickly create VCA for selected channels
- unlimited nesting / overlapping
- VCA / folder linkage
- Merge option for VCA fader automation
- Arrow Tool enhancements
- Option to auto-select Range Tool in upper event area
- Range Tool improvements
- single click sets the cursor
- in stop mode, locate happens immediately (play cursor)
- in Play mode, it sets the edit cursor; the locate is deferred until transport stops
- double click on event splits the event
- double click on a range selection splits range
- more Arrow Tool improvements: event size handles (left / right edges) are now easier to access with the mouse (fade handles interfere less)
- Crossfade editing improvements
- in a crossfade, both sides can be sized easier
- moving a crossfade (X cursor) is easier now when zoomed out
- Extended layer/take editing (comping)
- navigation keys (when a layer is selected):
- Arrow up/down: navigate between layers (selects previous/next layer)
- Arrow left/right: moves a range selection on a layer to the previous/next area, determined by the event ranges on the main track.
- Shift+Arrow left/right: extend a range selection
- when another layer of a track is selected (Arrow up/down or click on layer track controls), an existing range selection is moved to the previous/next layer.
- Layer Solo:
- when a layer is selected, the Solo command ("S") now solos the layer (not the track).
- the existing option "Solo follows Selection" now also applies when selecting another layer.
- Layer Colors:
- Layers can now have (optional) colors, that can be chosen in the layer track controls
- auto coloring also applies to new layers ("Add/Duplicate Layer")
- similar to event colors, the layer color can be undefined. The color of an event on a layer is determined in this order:
- 1. Event color (as before)
- 2. Layer color
- 3. Track color (as before)
- Range Tool:
- previously, the "Quick Swipe" comping function was always used on layers, regardless of the selected tool (except the listen tool)
- now the Range tool can be used to select ranges on layers
- a range can also be selected with a single click on a layer (selects the event range from the main track). This also works with the Arrow tool.
- switching content on the main track:
- when an event on the track contains material copied from a layer, the context menu of that event will have a sub menu "Select Layer Content", listing all layers that also contain material in the event range.
- selecting a layer from the menu replaces the event on the track
- switching can also be done quickly with Alt+Mousewheel (next/previous layer)
- Layer / Event naming:
- in the track controls of a layer, the track name is shown below the layer
- the generic default layer names ("Layer 1", etc.) are now assigned permanently, so they don't change anymore when reordering layers (which caused a lot of confusion)
- when promoting layer material to the track, events now get the layer name; if the layer has no real name, the event name is "trackName layerNumber"
- when recording, the name of the active layer is used in the event name: "trackName layerName" or "trackName layerNumber" plus a running index
- Various:
- new "Expand Layers" button on track controls (shown when track has more than 1 layer)
- when a range is selected on a layer, a button for the "Copy Ranges to Track" Command" appears on the layer's track controls
- duplicating a layer now expands the track to show the new layer
- Extended tab-to-transient
- Tab: move cursor to next transient (as before; discards existing range selection).
- Shift+Tab: create / enlarge a range selection from cursor to next transient
- Cmd+BackSpace: move cursor to previous transient
- Shift+Cmd+BackSpace: shorten range selection (end) to previous transient
- all these commands search for transients on the selected track(s).
- when used during playback, a separate "edit cursor" allows navigating through transients, independently of the play cursor position.
- New transport options
- context menu on transport buttons
- consolidated "Options" in "Transport" menu
- New Play Start Marker
- decouples playback position from edit selection (called "Dynamic Transport Mode" in ProTools)
- can be enabled/disabled via key command, context menu in the time ruler
- New "Loops follows selection" option
- New Quick Zoom options
- Select range with mouse + Alt key zooms range; single Alt+click to return to previous view
- with the Arrow Tool selected:
- alt+click an event to select it AND zoom selection
- alt+click again anywhere to zoom back to previous view
- with the Range Tool selected:
- alt+drag to select range AND zoom selection
- alt+click again anywhere to zoom back to previous view
- New mixer options
- VCA channel placement and routing display
- preserve order of channels with folder track
- Automation improvements
- quick range editing (automatic "bracket" tool)
- automation curve can now be "trimmed" via the upper 1/4 area of a selected range (|--| Cursor appears)
- new command "Automation" - "Transform Range" (default key: Alt+T) creates a transform selection from the selected range
- range selection creates Transform edit selection for automation (incl. simple up/down dragging PLUS all other Transform options)
- matches track/channel default colors; selection follows; default names are in sync
- Various workflow improvements
- improved "select to end / select from start" shortcut (track focus)
- drag instrument part to audio track renders audio and creates event
- double-click output meter in transport bar opens Main channel inserts window (Channel Editor)
- move Insert FX (alt+drag) between channels (drag without modifiers still creates copies)
- "Split" command (alt+X) now works for split range AND split at cursor
- Improved appearance controls and view/visibility
- main contrast slider is changing the text intensity (mainly),
- Arrangement contrast is changing the grid intensity now.
- Luminance and saturation are still the same, but change some colors in a non-linear way now. (i.e. toolbar color saturation)
- track numbers added to Inspector Header
- Various Multitouch Improvements
- improved vertical zooming
- long tap to select is now shorter (had too much lag)
- smoother scrolling of arrangement and mixer
- OSX: mouse events are now sent properly to system
- control Console height and Browser width with touch
- touch support for color picker added
- Updated ProTools keyboard mapping scheme
- DSP Fat Channel + PreAmp Control for PreSonus RM and AI mixers
- Melodyne 4 support
- Melodyne 4 Essential inclusion (contains new ?Universal? algorithm for high- quality time-stretching and pitch-shifting of polyphonic audio material)
- improved tempo map extraction

The following issues have been fixed:
- [OSX] Presence XT has long loading times
- [OSX] Crash when removing MIDI device while MIDI port selector is open
- Cue send lock is not always working
- Playback issue with enabled audio cache
- Delete key not working in channel editor
- Delay compensation not working on output channels
- User login not working when password includes a mutated vowel
- Studio One is unresponsive when Input Filter plugin is used
- Sustain pedal automation could be ignored when rendering audio
- [OSX] Can not change Studio 192 sample rate when IO format changes (may still occur with 10.8.5)


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