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indeed_audio says

Hi, dear AJ community ! I will begin from short life story of mine. My very first DAW was the FL Studio 6. There i’ve started my first producing steps. Some time after, i decided to change this to another, the new Ableton, because i heard somewhere, that Trentemoller uses this daw to create his tunes. Of cource, i wasnt able to create something like Trentemoller :), but i’ve got i big progress , and Ableton was very powerful,interesting and suitable for my way of producing. But, as any other person, i’d like to learn, id like to find more convenient way to produce music, and any new daw brings me fresh breath, with each step i create more and more interesting (from my op) music. SO :) My next stop is going to be the PreSonus Studio One 2. Actualy i want to buy USB Interface VSL22 with studio one included.

Main reason i want to quit ableton is unstable work , and as y’ve heard S1 is very stable and covenient…..........Huh

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Tredigit says

I’m using Studio One for mastering projects (songs, albums). It’s a great software.

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disabled_Half_Light_SoundStudio says

Hi, dear AJ community ! I will begin from short life story of mine. My very first DAW was the FL Studio 6. There i’ve started my first producing steps. Some time after, i decided to change this to another, the new Ableton, because i heard somewhere, that Trentemoller uses this daw to create his tunes. Of cource, i wasnt able to create something like Trentemoller :), but i’ve got i big progress , and Ableton was very powerful,interesting and suitable for my way of producing. But, as any other person, i’d like to learn, id like to find more convenient way to produce music, and any new daw brings me fresh breath, with each step i create more and more interesting (from my op) music. SO :) My next stop is going to be the PreSonus Studio One 2. Actualy i want to buy USB Interface VSL22 with studio one included. Main reason i want to quit ableton is unstable work , and as y’ve heard S1 is very stable and covenient…..........Huh

I’m saving up for the same thing. I tried the free version, but it was tough to gauge because you could not use VST and such. I heard the full version is great, and I’m excited to get a better interface. My M-Audio Uno does the job for what it is, but I really want to be able to record vocals and guitar at a higher quality. Direct to the PC is just not cutting it. I’m sick of having to use lots of filtering and noise reduction techniques (which I know little about).

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Bamoola says

I use Studio one 2 also for mastering and publishing, It is very very good at this. I also use it for Melodyne (sssshhhhhh!) as it is really rapid and instantly available through A.R.A. My weapon of choice though remains Ableton but I do find myself using PreSonus more and more!

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FruityAudio says

I have used Studio one 2, it was my favorite DAW. Easy to use and UI looks great. You might like it ;)

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disabled_Half_Light_SoundStudio says

Hmmm. I recently read some negative things about the volume of the guitar and instrument inputs for the AudioBox. Anyone have experience with this? Something about how they automatically increased the gain so much (by 20db) that you cannot even use it for any guitar pretty much (because it clips too much).

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OlexandrIgnatov says

Using it for a while now for everything I do. As for me – that’s really the best combination of all DAW’s advantages for recording, mixing and mastering any song.

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IPMmusic says

Hmmm. I recently read some negative things about the volume of the guitar and instrument inputs for the AudioBox. Anyone have experience with this? Something about how they automatically increased the gain so much (by 20db) that you cannot even use it for any guitar pretty much (because it clips too much).

I’ve recorded guitar through the AudioBox without issues. Clipping has not been a problem – Same goes for Bass guitar.

Studio One has been my favorite DAW for a couple of years now. Tried it, loved it, stuck with it.

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OlexandrIgnatov says

Hmmm. I recently read some negative things about the volume of the guitar and instrument inputs for the AudioBox. Anyone have experience with this? Something about how they automatically increased the gain so much (by 20db) that you cannot even use it for any guitar pretty much (because it clips too much).

I was using AudioBox once…No issues also. But I was experiencing some problems connecting it to MBP with OSX 10.8.4, but somehow I fixed that and everything was fine. But now I’m using their FireStudio Mobile. :)

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