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Studio One Professional 2.5

Studio One Professional 2.5

PreSonus Studio One Professional 2.5 for Mac and Windows is a feature-rich digital audio workstation (DAW) ideal for recording, producing, and sharing pastor messages and church events with the congregation.

Studio One Professional 2.5 offers a complete DAW, from the recording of the first track to the release and distribution of finished projects.

Featuring a drag-and-drop interface, Studio One Professional enables churches to quickly create and distribute podcasts, record and edit sermons, or document services and special events.

Adding in sound files or loading effects plug-ins is as easy as drag-and-drop from Studio One's browser. From within Studio One, you have access to a complete suite of signal-processing plug-ins, virtual instruments, and other tools to produce a polished mix.

Studio One Professional 2.5 enables the burning of audio CDs, the creation of high-quality MP3 albums, and more. Songs and audio files can be arranged as a sequence of tracks on a continuous timeline. Users can apply effects to individual tracks and master output track for sonic continuity.

The integrated browser makes importing songs, audio files, and audio effects easy. After a song has been imported into a project, users can go back and change the song mix, and the project will be automatically updated.

Audio files can be shared via Studio One's SoundCloud client. Moreover, Studio One's integrated Nimbit support (and free Nimbit account) enables the delivery of podcasts and sermons via the Internet without ever leaving Studio One.

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