Johnny Geib

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The coming of Studio One 3 - A short review

Posted by Johnny Geib on May 25, 2015 at 6:20 AM


Well what can I say. I have been a Studio One user since version 1 and with each update I got more and more precise with every mix. With every update came additions to the work flow that just made my life easier and I actually started to feel I was mixing in half the time, with nearly every mix I completed. For me, no feature was too complicated nor were they difficult to figure out if it was something new to me and on top of that, I always learned something new about this DAW almost every time I mixed.

 

So now, V3 has not only added features other DAWs don't have but the new instruments and overall content, make it worth much then just another DAW. It's a song writing tool, a content manager, a drummer that plays to click (lol) and learning tool for anyone just getting started. In the coming weeks, I will be releasing video after video on not only the new features and toys Studio One V3 has to offer but I will be sharing how I use it in my home studio and how you too can get back to making music and not wonder why your DAW costs $50 a month just to have!

 


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4 Comments

Reply Jonny Lipsham
2:47 PM on June 11, 2015 
A very nice and succinct review, Johnny. And I could not agree with you more!
Reply Roger Polcyn
8:53 PM on June 14, 2015 
Being very new to recording and mixing I have learned a lot from your videos. I watched about 30 of Joe Gilder's v2 videos and was able to follow everything in spite of having v2 artist.. Don't think that will be the case with v3I just purchased a presonus 22vsl with V3 artist. I think v3 artist is farther away from v3 pro and the neatest new features are not available to me. I need to learn a lot more before spending another $200 to move up to v3 pro. Since your site is geared to beginners I hope you will keep the differences between artist and pro in mind.
Reply Michael C
6:49 AM on August 10, 2016 
Your site is a great resource for an old guy who's a novice at recording. The learning curve is steepisode and feels like climbing up a hill of sand, but your videos are helping me a good bit. I would like to find a way to get some personalized one on one training. It's that available through this site? Thanks for all the work you've done to put this together! Michael C
Reply Johnny Geib
3:57 PM on August 10, 2016 
Yes it is. Send me an email and we can setup a time. [email protected] or [email protected]

Michael C says...
Your site is a great resource for an old guy who's a novice at recording. The learning curve is steepisode and feels like climbing up a hill of sand, but your videos are helping me a good bit. I would like to find a way to get some personalized one on one training. It's that available through this site? Thanks for all the work you've done to put this together! Michael C