PreSonus in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, announces the release of Studio One Version 3.0.1 and introduces Studio One Remote, a free iPad remote control app for Studio One 3 Professional for Mac and Windows. Studio One Remote is based on PreSonus’ UCNET protocol for fast, reliable network connectivity and remote control.
Designed to be a “second screen” control surface in a workstation setup or as a flexible mobile remote for recording and mixing away from the computer, it provides control of Studio One 3’s transport and mix console, Macro Controls, custom commands, and stock and third-party VST and AU plug-ins.
With Studio One Remote, users can control any copy of Studio One running on the same network. Users can collaborate or create extended workspaces through control of one instance of Studio One from multiple instances of Studio One Remote on independent iPads.
A Mix page provides access to the Mix Console, including inserts, sends, inputs, outputs, and cue mixes, as well as seamless navigation through the transport bar and timeline ruler with markers, and arranger sections. The built-in meter bridge also works as a song overview.
Users can control an entire effects chain on any channel through access to user-definable Macro Controls with eight assignable knobs, eight buttons, and two X/Y vector pads.
Studio One Remote lets you adjust and automate individual plug-ins with eight sliders, eight knobs, and two X/Y vector pads. Stock Native Effects come preprogrammed and third-party plug-in parameters are assignable via Control Link.
Further, users can adjust multiple cue mixes with independent faders and access markers; build or modify song structures through control of Arranger sections; step away from a desk and set record modes, pre-count, and metronome settings while tracking; and speed up editing workflow through access to Studio One’s user-definable key commands and via the Commands page.
Studio One V. 3.0.1 is now available as a free update for Studio One 3 Professional and Studio One 3 Artist. It adds Italian localization; an updated reference manual with improved layout and navigation; a new sound set; improved multi-touch performance including support for third-party plug-ins; improved automation curve handling; and support for the new PreSonus StudioLive CS18AI moving fader controller. The company states that it also resolves numerous performance issues reported by users after the release of Studio One 3.
For more information, go to www.presonus.com/products/Studio-One-Remote.