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Jack Stoner

Inverness, Fl
Post  Posted 8 Dec 2017 12:41 pm    
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I have a Presonus Studio Channel Preamp that I've been trying to sell. I posted it on the forum and no one wanted it. I was asking $200 plus UPS shipping. Its been used twice.

The MOTU works perfectly with Studio One 3 Pro. It found it immediately when it first initialized. I did have to manually set up my Behringer X-Touch. They had the old Behringer BCF/BCR 2000's listed but not the X-Touch. But that was an easy setup. It also automatically installed my old Frontier Tranzport (wireless controller). Studio One 3 also installed most of the VST's I have with Sonar, including Izotope Ozone5 and 6 (my "mastering" VST3).

I bought the Groove 3 Studio One tutorial course. My current project is going through them. I don't have recording sessions scheduled after the 1st of the year. Depending how it goes I may use Studio One 3 for the session. My last session was 13 song demos for a "retired" Nashville songwriter that was sent to a producer in Muscle Shoals, Al.
Franklin D-10, GFI Ultra D-10, Hilton VP, POD X3, MatchBro, Tonemaster Twin Reverb, Nashville 112, Cakewalk Sonar and Studio One Pro V4.6 DAWs, MOTU 4pre
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