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PreSonus has announced its upcoming major DAW update PreSonus Studio One 5 to mark the 10th anniversary of its music recording software. According to the developers, the fifth version of the popular program “brings together user needs and our sense of innovation.”

Whenever I start Studio One it loads the plugins, but some of my plugs crash on start up. Is there a work around? When I plug crashes, it is moved to the blacklist. You then have to select 'Reset Blacklist' from the vst locations tab to get S1 to scan it again.

Retro Delay is a flexible all round delay effect in VST format. It has the character and sound of a vintage delay unit but features many modern options. Besides delays, it can produce a wide range of modulation, chorus, flanger and phaser effects. Independent left and right channel delay lines; BPM synced or manual times (up to 6 seconds). If you tuned in to PreSonus LIVE today, you may have missed the download links for the free plugins we talked about. Here’s a handy list for you. An archive of today’s show is visible here. Note: all plugins are MacOS X and Windows 64-bit compatible and free! SoundFonts and beyond Beat Zampler. The presets for Studio One ’s built-in audio effects and any 3rd-party effects can be loaded into your Song in the same way as the effects themselves. Drag-and-drop a preset from the Browser into your Song to load an instance of the effect with your chosen preset loaded. Tempo Delay is a free stereo delay plugin for professional music production applications. Visit for this and more free VST plugins today! Presonus Studio One.

Among the new features of the program, there are new functions that will be useful to performers, composers and producers. For example, performers will receive a new Show Page, and composers will receive an updated Score Editor. In addition, all stock plugins in Studio One 5 will receive a completely new interface designed to make interaction with them easier and more efficient. Not without new treatments and effects.

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The program will also include synchronization with MIDI timecodes, a special bus for listening to Listen Bus and new AUX channels. The developers promise to add envelopes for clips, Keyswitch articulations and extended scenes in the mixer.
What’s new in PreSonus Studio One 5 The

new Show Page performers workspace combines the ability to play back tracks and work with virtual instruments in a single window. Channel Strips, mixdowns and virtual instruments can be exported directly to the Show Page. Setlists with the ability to change the order and skip files will also appear here.
Show Page will get its own full-screen window with a responsive interface and controls that change the scene in real time. According to the developers, live sets in the new mode will become simple and flexible, regardless of what you are working with – with backing tracks, effects or virtual instruments.

Especially for composers and arrangers, the developers have created a new Score View in the music editor. The mode repeats the one in the PreSonus Notion score editor. Score View can work in a separate window or in split screen mode with Piano View and Drum View modes. This allows users to use Score View on one track and Piano / Drum View on another to independently edit the score. Score View is equipped with basic musical symbols. According to the press release, notes can be entered manually, in real time or in step recording mode.

In terms of native stock effects and plugins, PreSonus Studio One 5 will offer an updated interface for all treatments. Externally, the plugins will become cleaner, and will also receive a light and dark theme, which you can switch between independently. In addition, all plugins will acquire a number of new features.

So, for example, dynamic effects in Studio One 5 received sidechain inputs. Filter plugins have learned to filter the signal at the sidechain inputs, which gives more control over the sidechain signal. Drive treatments now have a State Space Modeled section for natural analog signal saturation. Equalizer Pro EQ received a linear-phase cut filter, a new option for displaying signal information, as well as input and output signal level meters with additional settings.

Especially for producers, the developers have expanded the functionality of the scenes in the mixer. The DAW now allows you to save snapshots of all mixer settings at any time, and there are several options for recalling snapshots. For example, producers can pull the settings of only individual tracks from each shot, and combine them with the current parameters of the tracks in the project.

Also, the mixer has a special Listen Bus, which allows you to monitor the signal through an independent output channel. The same bus can be used for A / B-checking the mix: users can place any plug-ins on it without worrying about critical changes in the sound of the composition.

Other interesting innovations include the Clip Gain Envelopes function, which provides an additional layer of gain control for the audio clip. According to the developers, the function is useful for correcting too loud or weak sections of audio files without using dynamic processors.

In the fifth version of DAW, the AUX inputs will be able to accept external audio sources. Thanks to this, third-party real instruments will work without a separate channel in the project, and interacting with them in DAW will resemble working with virtual instruments. The developers also note that Studio One 5 will learn how to record audio in 64-bit WAV, will receive full support for MIDI MPE and MIDI Poly Pressure, MIDI timecodes. The program will add cross-platform support for hardware graphics acceleration.

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I am currently using Impact and some of the expanded soundsets on Exchange. I have got Impact working flawlessly and does most everything I need it to do. However, I am looking to expand my options beyond this app. I have looked around at Native Instruments, SoniVox and a few others.... just wondering what other are using and really like as their 'go to' app for percussion. Thoughts?
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Authentic like 'real drums?' If yes, then BFD3 with some Platinum Samples expansion packs is the best for me by miles. They pretty much own the market for authentic rock drum sounds. If you're looking for something else, you need to be more specific about what type of drum software/sounds you're looking for. Real drum sounds of drum machine? Electronic? Techno? Hip hop?
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Try this: http://www.powerdrumkit.com/
This is a free drum VST, with lots of drum patterns, and has drum sounds designed to cut through a rock mix. On top of that, you can route it to use any Presonus soundset, or SFZ or SF2 instrument that you want. Even if this is not exactly what you want (but maybe it is!), it is a very useful instrument, and it's easy to use. * See the video on the site...it shows you how to use sounds from another instrument, which I think you'll definitely appreciate.
My opinion: Many of the tweaking options that are built in to the best drum plugins can just as easily be done with Studio One's many features. So, while this plugin is simple, it is high quality.
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i agree BFD3 is the best... but it ain't cheap.

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BFD3 is my go to, so many tweaks if you want to dig in deep, a good selection of add on kits too.
Remember demo's are your friend. Happy hunting!!!!
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I bought steven slate drums for $US40. Very good sound. good reputation. Very customisable. Upgradable also but Im happy with the sound of the basic package.
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I have them all (BFD3, Slate, AD2, SD2)...Superior Drummer 2 is the best for me.
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Funkybot wroteAuthentic like 'real drums?' If yes, then BFD3 with some Platinum Samples expansion packs is the best for me by miles. They pretty much own the market for authentic rock drum sounds. If you're looking for something else, you need to be more specific about what type of drum software/sounds you're looking for. Real drum sounds of drum machine? Electronic? Techno? Hip hop?

Yes, something to simulate the real acoustic drum sounds. Most of the plug-ins have a wide-range techno and electronic sounds. I liked the NI Abbey Roads VST, but it doesn't easily integrate into S1 using a separate hard drive.
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sirmonkey wroteTry this: http://www.powerdrumkit.com/
This is a free drum VST, with lots of drum patterns, and has drum sounds designed to cut through a rock mix. On top of that, you can route it to use any Presonus soundset, or SFZ or SF2 instrument that you want. Even if this is not exactly what you want (but maybe it is!), it is a very useful instrument, and it's easy to use. * See the video on the site...it shows you how to use sounds from another instrument, which I think you'll definitely appreciate.
My opinion: Many of the tweaking options that are built in to the best drum plugins can just as easily be done with Studio One's many features. So, while this plugin is simple, it is high quality.

Thanks for the option... checking it out now.
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To the OP.
Authentic can mean many things, so I guess a question that crops up is what is your level of drumming?
Are you looking to simulate drums, but don't actually play? Perhaps looking for only sample loops? Single samples? Multi layered? All of the above?
Do you play, and use trigger pads with sticks and might be concerned with sample delays, or trigger delays which can be an issue?
Are extensive library's important, or do you work around 3 or 4 kits?
If you need more, do you want large percussive sounds, and dynamics of those sounds (ie the Tabla or tympani drums can have many dynamics vary in sound when played not only by pressure but by rate).
Do you want multi layered drums, where the velocity where you hit the drum chooses a specific sample based on that sound/expression?
These are just some of the dynamics drummers actually deal with. It might even help with your question, is the point.
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Battery 4 (3 still great, but 4 is greatly improved. Also very fast reaction times).
Strike (phenomenal real time expression, and now available as a VST).
BFD3 (though I currently have 2, 3 is way better).
Sorry but the free and scaled down versions from most any offering might sound authentic on a whole, but they're far from providing any real dynamic layering. A must when drummers think of realism, or 'most authentic'.
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Thanks everyone for all the great options! I love thr MT Poer drummer too... Great options for the free app. I answer to some of the other questions.... I am a guitarist that plays some keyboard and drums ... I have a real set and virtual kit, but like the option to lay tracks down using the pads on my AKAI MPK261.
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dschulz wroteThanks everyone for all the great options ... I have a real set and virtual kit, but like the option to lay tracks down using the pads on my AKAI MPK261.

I see that you have some M-Audio and Akai hardware, so I'll mention a program called 'Ignite' by AIR Music Technology , which is free bonus for many Axiom and Akai controllers. Ignite is a standalone program, and is sort of like a mini-DAW. It's hard to describe, but you could say that it's like a simplified Ableton. It's easy to use, and has 275 instruments, including some great sounding drums.
The program does have its limits, but I still thinks it's great. You can export tracks as wave, or as midi, but you can't import midi patterns. But you CAN import audio tracks into Ignite though. So I use Ignite for that pretty often for my drum tracks.
Also, I have replicated on of Ignite's drum kits as an SF2 instrument, which Studio One's Presence instrument can play. It works perfectly. So, I would ask AIR Music for a copy. Here's a link to get you started: http://www.airmusictech.com/product/ignite#faqs
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dschulz wroteThanks everyone for all the great options ... I have a real set and virtual kit, but like the option to lay tracks down using the pads on my AKAI MPK261.

I see that you have some M-Audio and Akai hardware, so I'll mention a program called 'Ignite' by AIR Music Technology , which is free bonus for many Axiom and Akai controllers. Ignite is a standalone program, and is sort of like a mini-DAW. It's hard to describe, but you could say that it's like a simplified Ableton. It's easy to use, and has 275 instruments, including some great sounding drums.
The program does have its limits, but I still thinks it's great. You can export tracks as wave, or as midi, but you can't import midi patterns. But you CAN import audio tracks into Ignite though. So I use Ignite for that pretty often for my drum tracks.
Also, I have replicated on of Ignite's drum kits as an SF2 instrument, which Studio One's Presence instrument can play. It works perfectly. So, I would ask AIR Music for a copy. Here's a link to get you started: http://www.airmusictech.com/product/ignite#faqs

Thanks. I'll check out the AIR tech programs. I have the Hybrid alredy which has some nice patches. Thanks!
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