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PreSonus Studio One 4 Professional v4.6.0 Incl Patched and Keygen-R2R screenshot
Team R2R | 13 Jan 2020 | 129.9MB
There’s a very good reason why so many musicians have switched to Studio One from older, more rigid programs. Built on a modern foundation that’s not bogged down by legacy code, Studio One provides an efficient, creative companion from initial inspiration to final master. Its efficient, single-screen interface houses an unlimited number of tracks, intuitive editing tools, advanced virtual instruments, mastering, and video player—you spend your time creating music, not wondering what to click next. The 64-bit double-precision mix engine is state of the art, while the smooth, analog quality of the virtual instruments comes from proprietary techniques that provide much higher controller resolution. That’s why Studio One just plain sounds better.

The reason why Studio One resonates with musicians is simple: PreSonus listens. Many new features in Version 4 are the direct result of user feedback, including AAF import/export so users can bring song data from their old DAW into Studio One. Add the most flexible arranging tools of any music program, full integration with Notion for superior notation, over 20 GB of carefully curated content, analog console emulation, advanced step sequencing, unified hardware control with the FaderPort series of hands-on controllers, and much more—it’s no wonder that Studio One continues to gain new followers every day.

Intuitive single-window work environment with quick and easy drag-and-drop functionality and multi-touch support
Unlimited audio and instrument tracks, advanced automation features, virtual instruments, buses, and FX channels
Pristine sound quality with native 64-bit resolution and support for up to 384 kHz audio
Chord Track manipulates audio and note data of any or all tracks for Harmonic Editing and song prototyping
Incredible new virtual instruments: Impact XT and SampleOne XT for powerful beat or loop-based composition, live sampling, and robust sample editing
Patterns allow for intuitive drum and melody composition via familiar drum machine/sequencer style UI
AAF import for easy song/session exchange with other applications for collaboration (Pro Tools,. Logic, Nuendo, Final Cut Pro, Premiere, and more)
Studio One 4 operates on 64-bit operating systems only.

PreSonus has updated Studio One 4.6 with a new version of the Ampire State Space Modeling amplifier and effects plug-in. Studio One 4.6 also introduces version 2.0 of its Exchange online content-sharing space for Studio One.

Studio One 4.6 features a redesigned Browser with new view options for even more intuitive navigation, including a new PreSonus Shop tab, allowing a user to explore new content with a single mouse click. In addition to the classic List view, the Browser now has a new Gallery view, enabling the user to navigate their plug-ins, SoundCloud, Exchange, and Shop content in a more visual way.

The Ampire plug-in features all-new State Space models of five classic amplifiers plus five coveted stompboxes. A tuner and five new Impulse Response cabinet models have also been added. Ampire is included in the Studio One 4 Professional version 4.6 update and is available as an add-on for Studio One Artist and Prime users for $59.95. The 13 pedal effects are also included in the new Pedalboard plug-in, which is free for Studio One 4 Professional users.

Improved Studio One arranging and pattern editing features include the ability to convert Instrument Parts to Patterns, great for building variations from existing drum grooves. Individual note lengths in Patterns can now be more than one step, which allows for more versatile bass lines and sequences. Even better, this new feature works in both Melodic and Drum Pattern modes. Real-time recording into Patterns has also been improved.

Exchange 2.0 features a new landing page where users can browse, download, review, and preview Exchange drum maps, effects chains, audio loops, musicloops, and presets. In users' MyPreSonus account, a new user interface makes it easier to browse, download, review, upload, and "favorite" Exchange assets. Users also now have a public landing page listing their Exchange contributions.

Studio One 4.6 is a free update for all registered Studio One 4 users. For more information, visit Presonus.

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  Resident 11.05.2013 5 198
OF cours R2R 2020
  Resident 7.09.2017 109 240

Notes to new user:

Studio One V3 Soundsets available here:

Studio One V4 use the same Soundsets and only adds one new Impact library which you can get directly from their site l (just create account for S4 Pro demo youll find Impact library there..)

Good luck and credits to team R2R! <3

  Resident 30.12.2017 940
Thank you for this.

So this will be the last version for Windows 7, right? I think I read somewhere that Presonus will stop supporting Windows 7 with the next version.
  Resident 16.03.2014 1225
This OS is already twelve years old, isn't it time to move on and upgrade?
  Resident 31.05.2010 1691
why when new os stinks compare to win 7
especially win 10 if i upgrade it will be to a light win 8
if win xp would have a working 64 bit i would stay on win xp microsoft has become like shitty apple
For AUDIO use there is no need to this nonsens
  Resident 7.11.2008 8 377
Most of the world population is easily controlled with the "keep up with the latest" trend/fashion/idea/life style/popular choice....etc. regarding every area of life.

True, technolgy does improve, but there are also regressions, especially in the software realm, as software is a reflection of its creators and the public demand, both of which are themselves influenced by myriad factors.

The momentum to have the newer and the better is so built up that it spills over into every area of life, esp current technology. It's how the Western financial system was deliberately organized after WW2. For materialism to become everyone's inescapable religion, of which they aren't even aware.

It's a lifestyle, part of living in a corrupt world. And then you have the younger generations factor - who absorb everything like a sponge, not having a filter to differentiate between what is truly good and what is truly bad, through the young, already programmed sufficiently in the home, at school and via TV, rising up and making new choices, allows for that which was once considered and clearly known to be wrong, to become the absolute norm - criminal to criticize or expose.

All this might seem extreme, as we're only talking about OSes, but it goes far beyond the computing world, that is merely one channel, albeit a very influential one, it's the whole world culture, primed, and those who malevolently steer it for their own ends.
Without faith nothing is possible. With it, nothing is impossible.
  Member 29.08.2019 11
You are Awake my friend. There are not many of us but we are growing :D
  Member 6.11.2019 10
That's true but also seriously people live in this great country and complain about change, growth and the move towards materialism. Let silicon stop stretching and see how this world crumbles this is one example of what keeps food on the plate. Windows 10 is amazing, all these new technologies help make life better for human beings... Corrupt? Agreed go to another country you wont be complaining about Windows 7 coming to a close you be to concerned whether or not someone is going to break in or go as far as to murder you... Woke! Hmm... Ungrateful? Maybe!!
  Member 26.03.2013 100
objectively speaking, what makes win 10 not worth the upgrade?
  Member 8.01.2020 5
You're kidding right? Or just ill-informed...

I did 3 Win7x64 to Win10 upgrades last weekend on machines that are all over 10 years old, every one of them used to run XP and was upgraded to Win7 perviously.

The Win10 upgrades went without a hitch on all 3 of them, and in all cases, the upgrades OS is 100% stable, and runs a lot better with much better memory management than Win7 had. I was astounded at how well Win10 works on these old machines... I mean they were pretty good on Win7, but across the board Win10 is an improvement.
  Member 9.10.2016 144
Win XP and 7 are my faves and I hate win 10 but then someone on audiosex mentioned win 10 ltsc and I finally upgraded. It's the enterprise version. Check the torrents for the latest version or on softarchive. Then I use oosu10 to block telemetry and updates. Not 100 spyproof, but it runs well. Look into it
  Moderator 21.01.2012 1263 11909
Usually, Microsoft Os are stable once they launch a new one.
So I'll wait for win 11 to change to win 10. lol
  Resident 24.05.2015 1 205
linux just released the 5.0 kernel on january 1 2020. performances, stability are reported exceptional. and on top of being the biggest release in their history they are now officially supporting many apps directly through the PPA

yes yes yes i know nobody makes music on linux, i mean for those who like dual boot, and prefer to keep microsoft from seeing the internet. windows 10 was great promo for linux
  Resident 30.01.2014 7 1446
Win is getting more and more a surveillance tool.

Yes, that's propable the case since XP or even earliert, but, as I said it is getting worse.

And yes, one should not be connected to the internet with the music PC I know.

But many are.

I have had no problems with XP back then, and also no problems with 7.
And my PC is fast enough for "forever", so the only point for constant upgrades
(to me) is a) money b) surveillance.

So I am not the kinda guy who applaudes the ever evolving "progress".

I dont like win10 for other reasons also.
  Member 8.10.2018 2 158
quote by EpicShowdownPresonus will stop supporting Windows 7 with the next version

Yes, but stopping W7 support doesn't mean future versions will be incompatible with W7, isn't it?
C'est mon avis et je le partage.
  Member 5.11.2019 70
com o fim do suporte do windows 7 as empresas não vao mais fazer Plugins, ou programas para a base windows 7 presounus é uma dela ela deixou bem claro tem plugins ou programas novos que quando instala no windows ja tem um aviso de que o sistema não é compatível e sem contar windows o próximo é o windows 8 que também ja começou a receber aviso de alguns programas em fim se acompanhar a tecnologia se manter atualizado faça atualização eu ja uso windows 10 desda primeira versão
  Member 26.03.2013 100
if developers want it that way, they can. I mean, that happens on osx and surely on windows too. You still have the option to run apps on compatibility mode, though.
  Member 8.02.2017 1 60
Presonus Studio One 4.6.1 was the latest version wich supports Windows 7...
For more information go read on Presonus Facebook page ;)
  Resident 25.12.2017 2 1160
Huge thanks for this, R2R!!
And, of course, thanks for the up, Decibelle.
My excitement largely stems from this announcement:
"Rap is a gimmick, but I'm for the Hip Hop, The Culture." - Method Man -
  Member 8.10.2018 2 158
When using single instruments like Zebra2, Diva, etc., their multi-core optimization doesn't improve anything in regard of previous versions.
Neither improvement with FXs.
I love (and work with) S1, but it still sucks hard in VST's performance domain.
C'est mon avis et je le partage.
  Resident 22.09.2015 2 481
S1 performances suck as Live or Cubase for example.Not more,not less.
The winner is Reaper but I don't like its workflow.
  Member 8.10.2018 2 158
quote by AtlantikaThe winner is Reaper but I don't like its workflow.

Same here.
C'est mon avis et je le partage.
  Member 15.10.2015 1 472
All Reaper needs is a Chord Track and it's game over.
  Member 28.11.2016 548
All Reaper needs is to be Pro Tools 12+ HD with a D-Command/S6 and it's game over.

Stop playing with toy DAWs, they all suck next to PT for actual audio editing and mixing.
  Member 8.10.2018 2 158
But they are great for midi, so for those who compose with virtual instruments.
Like 90% of us.
C'est mon avis et je le partage.
  Member 15.11.2017 16
yeah, you tell that to all the successful artists who use "toy DAWs"

this is one of the most boomer comments i've read this year
  Member 28.11.2016 548
I'm Gen X mate, used Cubase, Studio One both heavily for years. Reaper is a MESS, why anyone would use that is beyond me. Nobody using reaper actually releases stuff.

Actually USE PT HD with a D-Command for *MIXING* and get back to me on how cool Reaper is, not even close. PT is still unbeaten for both Audio Editing and the single screen mix/edit window where you get a clear picture of the entire mix and all inserts/sends without having to bring up a mixer panel.

This said, if PT wasn't around then Studio One would be my next choice, it's a solid DAW in many ways, just a shame the GUI is kinda messy since V4 and still has some other issues... logic is a joke, cubase is bloated, Reaper is for nerds who don't release music, Ableton and FL are cool for those that use and release stuff with it but they aren't what I'd call AUDIO guys (Or real musicians either) - facts hurt don't they?
  Resident 25.12.2017 2 1160
I noted a slight improvement in Diva, but that might be because I have always have the voicings knocked down.
I noticed the biggest improvement in the last couple upgrades in Kontakt and Maschine. AS a test, I tried running 8 outs from Maschine and 4 outs from Kontakt, all with fairly heavy MIDI (no audio to ease the CPU usage,) and the difference was considerable, which is all I really care about.
Not trying to start a Win10 discussion (well, another,) but I'm glad for the improvements, and the Ampire additions, since I'm stuck with this last update as I'm not masochistic enough (or have enough free time,) to wade through the drudgery that is Win10.
I have Win10 on my online laptop and tried to see how much of my VSTs/plugins I could install without Win10 thinking they were a virus, killing them, or just not reading them in Studio One (though they read fine in Win7)--the list isn't huge, but it would be a daunting task to port everything over that won't install/run into the proper spots (Program Data, App Data, etc., etc.,) from my Win7 PC, only to *see if it even works.
I just don't like wasting my time--valuable time that I could be using to make music--trying to make an OS do what I want when my current one works absolutely flawlessly.
And, yes, Reaper kills it, but I abhor the workflow--shame.
"Rap is a gimmick, but I'm for the Hip Hop, The Culture." - Method Man -
  Resident 2.07.2010 108
It's raining DAW's today!

quote by EpicShowdownThank you for this.

So this will be the last version for Windows 7, right? I think I read somewhere that Presonus will stop supporting Windows 7 with the next version.

I'm pretty sure I've heard this as well.
  Resident 30.11.2017 126
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