In this video, Marcus Huyskens speaks about the different Low Latency Monitoring options in available in Studio One 3.5 and above. He also demonstrates the key differences between using the Hardware Direct (Blue Z) Low Latency Monitoring vs Native Low Latency Monitoring (Green Z).
In this free tutorial video, team member Marcus Huyskens gives an in depth overview of using "scenes" within the console in PreSonus Studio One. Scenes are a really handy featured that we can find tucked away within Studio One. By creating different scenes, we can have custom view options to simplify our console when mixing sessions with larger track counts.
In this free video tutorial, Marcus goes over the basics of how to set up Cue Mix with your multi output interface. In Studio One, it is possible to quickly and easily create multiple cue mixes. A cue mix is separate from the main mix and is usually provided to musicians for monitoring purposes during recording.
In this free video tutorial, Marcus builds upon his last video: How To Create Custom Multi-Band Compressors Using The Splitter in PreSonus Studio One 3 He shows how he uses the Macro Panel within the channel editor in Studio One 3 to simplify adjusting parameters on plugins when using complex splitter setups.