State-Space Modeled channel strips sound just like hardware
This bundle of powerful Studio One add-ons includes the Channel Strip Collection two State-Space Modeled channel strips that sound just like the real hardware they’re modeled after—even our engineers can’t tell the difference! You get the VT1 Tube channel strip, modeled from a PreSonus classic design; and the RC 500, modeled from the original RC 500 hardware. They’re available in Native Effects, VST3, AU, and AAX formats.
Tom Brechtlein Drums and a world-class piano
Tom Brechtlein Drums V1 HD gets you over 320 loops in myriad styles, all in multitrack so you can tailor the mix to your liking—and all played by a first-call session drummer, recorded right here at PreSonus HQ. You also get 2 Impact XT kits for programming your own beats.
The PreSonus Studio Grand is a rich, multi-sampled 24-bit piano for Presence XT that weighs in at a hefty 5.5 GB! Recorded in a world-class studio, this 7-foot concert grand piano was captured with a matched pair of German condenser mics and a pair of ribbon mics to capture the room—mix them to taste. And you get 21 Instrument+FX presets. The level of detail here is really quite stunning—each note of the octave has been sampled in 10 velocity layers with 8 alternate (round-robin) samples. We even sampled the sustain pedal noise. And don’t get us started on the custom scripting, or we’ll be here all day.
Life’s a batch!
Whether you're a sound designer, content creator, audio engineer, or archivist, Audio Batch Converter is indispensable for anyone who needs to batch process many audio files* at once.
You can convert sample rates, sum stereo files to mono, or even apply VST effects to multiple files at once. You can even create your own custom process from scratch and save presets for later use. The Audio Batch Converter for Studio One supports both Studio One Native Effects as well as VST/Audio Unit plug-ins from other vendors—all seamlessly integrated with the built-in audio processes.
*Note that this cannot be used for batch processing of audiophiles. That’s different.