Studio One Pro – my new DAW

Believe it or not, but I’ve decided to switch from Cubase/Nuendo to the amazing Studio One Pro DAW software for several reasons. First of all, I got totally fed up with the updates from Steinberg. Instead of fixing errors, they manage to produce new bugs which are very annoying and lead to ugly crashes (insert FX in mixer, leave it open, switch to arrange window – boom!). Come on, someone must do much better…! And there is: Some of the best former Steiny programmers (including those who invented the fantastic Nuendo) created this amazingly fast and intuitive program called Studio One under the Presonus brand. After just a couple of days or even hours, I enjoy this DAW very very much and I wouldn’t want to turn back to their competitor(s).
And thanks to PreSonus, they’ve even included me in their artist program! I appreciate that a lot!!!!!!!!!


Studio Upgrade

After some trouble with my WinXP installation, I’ve decided to fully switch to Microsoft’s latest Operating System, Windows 7.

After some deep testing procedures and with the help of the great JBridge, I’ve managed to completely switch to 64Bit mode (with an additional Win7 32Bit Backup partition). Of course, I had built a new 8-Core PC first, to get all the horsepower out of the new system. Took me quite a while to install all those damn plugin’s again, but it was worth it 100%. With the new power and performance + the new possibilities like editing Full HD movies etc, I’ve finally updated my whole computer system. Ready for the future!

Productionwise, I’m still working on some new Glamotronik choons and besides that, I’m in the process of creating a new Trance track (yes, it’s been a while) which I really love.

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