Posts Tagged ‘studio one’

As you know, we love Pro Tools and Studio One. But there are so many great DAWs out there and everybody prefers something different. Each of them have features, which suit best to your workflow – and workflow is one of the most important points when it comes to efficient and time saving production. Over […]

            In some of the last posts we showed our favourite additional composing DAW Studio One and some of its useful functions. This week we have two amazing visitors from the Benztown offices in L.A. – Justin “Imaging Ninja” Case and Shane “Guitar Hero” Drasin. While Justin and I are […]

After the big success of our most read post of all times we decided to dig deep on the second DAW we are using daily – STUDIO ONE. This post will help you become a faster, more efficient and a better Imager, Composer and Producer on Studio One… Check it out!

Hey guys, here’s a selection of plug-in and audio manufactors, where you can get nice Black Friday Deals. If we forgot some sites, let the world know in the comments…

A few weeks ago the benztown studios Stuttgart have been visited by a good friend and great production guy, Sergey Zelentsov from Moscow. He heads up the production department of one of the biggest european radio networks Europa Plus and he was here for a special occasion: to check out his brand new  “Brigada U”-Jingles  before they […]

Make the switch or 5 reasons to go for Studio One 2

Posted: 7th June 2013 by benztownbranding in General
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Hey guys, it’s Andre. After seeing the first bits of Presonus’ new DAW Studio One 2, I was pretty pumped to see it live in action. Fortunately, I met Martin, who is a convinced Studio One user and I asked him why he is using this DAW and not Ableton, Cubase or any other DAWs. […]

Hi guys, it’s Andre.   So this is it! This new DAW, I heard of taking all the cool features of other DAWs and putting them together in one piece of software – Presonus Studio One 2. Oli told me about this software and a few of its features and it all sounded too good […]