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PreSonus Launches Metro – Revolutionizing Remote Mixing For Audio Professionals



PreSonus announces Metro, a new feature for StudioLive Series III Digital Mixers that will revolutionize the way audio professionals mix remotely. Included in the Universal Control 4.2, Metro is the first-to-market solution for remote mixing over the internet. Whether creating a broadcast mix across the country, producing a livestream remotely or convenience and flexibility in audio production.

PreSonus Metro is a free, powerful feature update in Universal Control available for StudioLive Series III mixers. The innovative tool empowers users to transcend geographical barriers and tap into the limitless possibilities of remote audio control and monitoring via a secure, peer-to-peer internet connection.

Whether musicians are tracking vocals in a studio in New York, or a live sound editor is fine-tuning a broadcast mix during a concert halfway across the world, Metro ensures a cohesive and streamlined working experience. This groundbreaking software doesn’t just bridge geographical divides; it also fosters real-time collaboration.

In addition to remote control, musicians and audio engineers can remotely monitor both the main mix and the solo bus from a StudioLive mixer in real-time using their local audio device. Metro’s low latency audio enables instantaneous feedback, allowing for precise adjustments and creative input, as if everyone involved were physically present in the same room. PreSonus Metro revolutionizes audio production by making collaborators more accessible, efficient, and dynamic than ever before.

“The past few years have witnessed a transformative shift in the landscape of back-end audio production, with a significant emphasis on remote work,’ explained Adrian Haselhuber, VP of Product at PreSonus.

“While offline remote collaboration, mixing, and mastering have become routine for music creators, the realm of real-time live sound production demands a higher level of precision and reliability. Our new Metro software update not only offers a dependable, low-latency level of precision and reliability. Our new Metro software update not only offers a dependable, low-latency gateway to live sound production environments but also provides an effortless means to mix and monitor from virtually anywhere in the world. Whether you’re engaged in training, troubleshooting, or crafting a broadcast mix for a live show, Metro offers a swift and seamless solution to accomplish your tasks with upmost efficiency.”

RECOMMENDED USE CASES (BUT NOT LIMITED TO):

LIVE STREAM AND PODCAST PRODUCTION: Produce a livestream or podcast from anywhere in the world.

TROUBLESHOOTING: Troubleshoot StudioLive Series III mixers and conveniently from your home or office.

REMOTE RECORDING: Ensure that a remote recording session is property gain staged.

CORPORATE CONFERENCES: Remotely mix an all-day conference panel from the comfort of your couch.

PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANCE: Dial in a scratch mix remotely for a less experienced onsite FOH or Monitor Engineer to use as a starting point.

GETTING SET UP INCLUDES A FEW EASY STEPS:

Once users have created a free MyPreSonus account they can launch the Metro Workspace and invite any other user to connect remotely.

After a connection has been established, the remote user is given free reign to control the StudioLive Series III mixer that is connected to the host’s computer via either USB or network.

While remotely controlling a StudioLive mixer, users will be able to configure their audio device to not only mix with precision and without lag, but to monitor the audio with pristine playback as well. From there the capabilities are endless – all from the comfort of a personal home office or studio.


PreSonus Announces the Revelator Professional USB Microphone



PreSonus announced the Revelator microphone. It is “a studio in a mic” and more than a USB microphone. PreSonus describes it this way:

Every musician knows the secret to a great sound is a great microphone, and at its core, Revelator delivers the professional performance you’d expect from a studio microphone. But we didn’t stop there. Revelator’s mixer features compression and EQ modeled on world-class analog processors. An independent reverb bus lets you add just the right amount of shimmer to your sound. Two stereo loopback channels make it easy to add backing tracks and more. When you’re looking for the ultimate live streaming and home recording set-up for singer-songwriters, look no further than Revelator.

Studio Sound Made Easy

Revelator is the first USB microphone to provide State Space-modeled analog processing onboard with the same Fat Channel gate, compressor, and EQ their StudioLive Series III mixers offer. You can enjoy extensive, studio-style processing whether recording in the studio or streaming live. And once you’ve dialed in that perfect sound, you can save it as a preset to use over and over again at the press of a button. An independent reverb bus lets you add shimmer to your performance with ease. Like what you hear? All processing can be printed to your recording, or just used for your monitor mix, you decide.

A Mic For Any Occasion

Professional studios feature a locker full of different microphones so audio engineers have the right tool for the job. Don’t let the single-mic recording set-up fool you, Revelator features three different pick-up patterns for maximum flexibility.

For performances when you’re recording solo, use Cardioid Mode to pick up the sound you want and remove the sounds you don’t.

Recording with a friend? Change to Figure 8 Mode to use one side of the mic for you and the other for your partner. This is ideal for duos where one person is singing and the other is playing guitar.

Recording with a few friends? Switch to Omnidirectional Mode to pick up sound all the way around the microphone, perfect of those campfire-like jam sessions.

Whatever you’re recording, Revelator can adapt to fit your needs.

Add Some Backing Tracks to Your Live Stream

Gigging musicians know that a powerful way to add backing tracks to a performance is with a digital mixer. That’s why PreSonus built one into Revalator! Open up Universal Control and you’ll find an easy-to-use loopback mixer that lets you quickly route backing track audio from your DAW of choice to your live stream. This is also a great rehearsal tool; letting you listen to sketches, new songs, and more all while monitoring at zero latency through studio-quality compression and EQ that will bolster your confidence.

Apple Silicon, iOS, And iPadOS Compatibility – Standard

The PreSonus Revelator is natively compatible with Apple Silicon-based Mac computers, as well as iOS and iPadOS devices, including iPadPro, iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini, iPod Touch, and iPhone. Because it’s USB class-compliant, there are no special drivers or applications to download and install. You’ll be able to produce on the go – everything from podcasts to folk rock to trap – wherever sound takes you.


PreSonus Launches Ultra Portable AudioBox GO Interface



PreSonus Audio Electronics Inc. announced the global launch of the AudioBox GO, the smallest, lightest, most portable PreSonus audio interface yet. The perfect solution for musicians and producers seeking an easy and accessible way to start their journey in home music recording or content creations,

AudioBox GO is compact enough to throw in a gig bag and powerful enough to be the centerpiece of a home studio. The bus-powered AudioBox GO connects via USB-C directly to Apple and Android mobile devices, as well as desktop and laptop computers, and is class-compliant, requiring no drivers or special applications, allowing users to hit record and begin creating.

Designed to meet the needs of those new to recording, as well as those looking for a flexible mobile solution, AudioBox GO is loaded with connections and allows musicians to record at up to 24-bit, 96Hz resolution for professional results. The combo mic/line input can be used to connect microphones or synths and features PreSonus’ proprietary XMAX-L preamp design.

The result of 25 years of recording know-how, the XMAX-L delivers clean, articulate sound with low noise, optimized for bus power. A second instrument input is provided to track guitar or bass simultaneously. In addition, a pair of balanced TRS, 1/4-inch outputs feeds studio monitors, and a high-powered headphone output provides performance monitoring at zero-latency.

AudioBox GO is a complete recording solution right out of the box and includes a license for PreSonus’ Studio One Prime recording software for macOS and Windows and the Studio Magic software suite, an impressive collection of virtual instruments, effects plug-ins and more. It is also compatible with virtually every recording application for macOS, Windows, iOS, iPadOS, and Android, including PreSonus’ 32-track Capture for iPad and free 2-track Capture Duo (for iPad).

The AudioBox GO is available now for a U.S. street price of $79.95.


PreSonus Studio One 5.5 Update Delivers New Mastering Tools



PreSonus has released Studio One 5.5, a major update to its award-winning recording and production software (DAW). Studio One 5.5 adds improvements for production, performance, and especially mastering. The first and still only DAW with an integrated mastering environment, Studio One 5.5’s Project page is now even more powerful.

The number one user feature request for the Project Page is now available. With Studio One 5.5, the Project Page now provides full track volume, master volume and insert-effects plug-in parameter automation. Write automation in real-time, using a mouse or hardware controller, or by using the powerful Paint Tool. Clip Gain Envelopes have also been added to the Project Page, enabling you to precisely fix gain issues while mastering, without using dynamics plug-ins. Use the new ListenBus on the Project Page to monitor through your favorite room-correction plug-ins or headphone monitoring tools without affecting the Master output. Free up processing power for complex mastering chains without losing the ability to make adjustments later using Track Transform. It’s all new in Studio One 5.5 Professional.

Studio One Professional’s powerful Digital Release publishing feature now provides the ability to export multiple formats at once so you can export your mastered session for high-resolution releases and streaming services at the same time. The new Target Loudness options let you set target values for loudness and true peak during export – or choose from presets for every popular streaming service to take the guesswork out of preparing your latest release. A new, proprietary, custom-designed dithering algorithm minimizes conversion artifacts and preserves low-level signals when preparing your high-resolution audio for streaming.

Studio One 5.5 also introduces production and performance features. Any MIDI file can now be dragged directly to the Chord Track to extract its chords – and only Studio One’s chord detection works with Audio Events and Instrument Parts. You can now create a strum pattern manually by dragging note events in a selected chord while holding modifier keys. PreSonus’ Ampire XT guitar amp/cabinet/pedalboard plug-in, available in Studio One 5.5, adds faster preset switching optimized for the Show Page, so you can trigger Ampire presets from a MIDI pedalboard during a live performance without missing a beat.

Other improvements include saving automation with mix screens, so you can experiment with multiple automation passes without losing work. The powerful Plug-in Nap feature introduced in version 5.4 is now available on a per plug-in basis, providing even more optimization control. Improvements have also been added for PreSonus ATOM-series controllers with Impact XT and SampleOne XT. Studio One 5.5 is a free update for registered Studio One 5.5 users and included in PreSonus Sphere membership.


Fender Signs Agreement with PreSonus Audio Electronics



Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC) announced it has signed a definitive agreement of merger with PreSonus Audio Electronics, Inc. The Baton Rouge, Louisiana based brand is the leading designer and manufacturer of recording and live-sound hardware and software solutions that solve real-world problems for working creatives.

“We are thrilled to welcome everyone on the PreSonus team to the FMIC family and excited about the future growth opportunities available to both companies,” said Andy Mooney, CEO Fender Musical Instruments Corp. “Our teams share the same passion for music, the same commitment to innovation and the same desire to inspire and equip current and future generations of artists”

“I would like to extend our utmost gratitude to our loyal Baton Rouge and Louisiana community that have supported PreSonus for the last two decades,” said Kevin Couhig, Chairman of PreSonus. “It has been wonderful being a part of this incredible journey with PreSonus. I’m excited to see what the future holds going forward”

“After more than 25 years PreSonus feels it has found the right partner to support us as we continue our growth,” said Jim Odom, Founder/CSO PreSonus.  “We look forward to showing our current and future music community what this opportunity means for them.”

“PreSonus and Fender’s combined vision, the way we see the future of music creation, and the fundamental alignment of goals has made this an exciting idea since the first conversation,” said Jim Boitnott, CEO PreSonus.

For more than 75 years, Fender has been committed to creating tools supporting artists. With each technological advancement, the way that people create and record music is constantly evolving. While most guitar and bass players still plug into amplifiers, many also plug their instruments into interfaces, using virtual amps and effects to create their sounds. Players of all levels are spending more time online than ever before and using a variety of products and technologies to learn, practice, jam and perform, record and share. This modern workflow has expanded the traditional signal chain to include capturing and distributing creative content to the world. Fender envisions an ecosystem that seamlessly integrates hardware and software to create an effortless end-to-end experience for customers at all levels in their creative journey, and joining forces with PreSonus makes that possible.

Founded in 1995 by Jim Odom and Brian Smith, PreSonus designs innovative audio products that provide professional sound quality and features without sacrificing affordability. Throughout its history, PreSonus has built innovative tools for musicians, content creators, producers, and audio engineers. Today, PreSonus is a leading designer and manufacturer of both recording and live-sound hardware and software solutions that solve real-world problems for real working creatives.


PreSonus io24 is Your Partner from Studio to Stream



PreSonus is shipping the new Revelator io24 USB-C audio interface, which integrates high-headroom mic preamps, a two-channel loopback mixer, and extensive processing to deliver polished, professional-sounding results for streaming, podcasting, and music production.

Flexible and versatile, Revelator io24 is the only audio interface designed for both recording and streaming. It’s easy-to-use mixer lets you quickly record Zoom calls or Skype interviews and add backing tracks and sound effects for podcasts, live stream performances, music production, and more.

Engage Stream Mix with the click of a button, and your complete mix-analog inputs, loopback channels, reverb, and effects- are routed to the USB output. From there, you can easily send it to your streaming software.

Two analog mic/instrument/line inputs with PreSonus’ professional-grade XMAX-L microphone preamps which can be stereo linked, make Revelator io24 a high-quality production front-end. You also get two balanced 1/4-inch line outputs, a high-powered headphone output, professional metering, and zero-latency monitoring. You can record up to 24-bit, 96 kHz audio to the included Studio One Artist or other recording and production software.

But the real magic starts with the Revelator io24’s simple simple loopback mixer, which makes it easy to add backing tracks to live stream performances or conference in a Zoom caller to a podcasts. With two dedicated stereo channels for loopback audio on macOS or Windows, you can simultaneously mix and record the audio from two different applications, along with the two analog input channels.

Easily remote-control your mixes, processing, and routing using PreSonus’ Universal Control software for macOS, Windows, iPad, and Android tablet. Stream Mix mode turns your Revelator into the ultimate compact streaming mixer.

Process each input channel using PreSonus’ famed Fat Channel DSP, which provides a high-pass filter, 4-band parametric EQ, compressor, gate, and limiter. Apply the detuner, vocoder, ring modulator, filters, and delay to create crazy effects. A dedicated reverb bus lets you add just the right amount of ambience.

Revelator io24 comes with a wealth of software, including Studio One Artist and the Studio Magic Suite, which includes Ableton Live Lite, an impressive collection of virtual instruments and effects plug-ins, and more. Revelator io24 is available immediately for a U.S. street price of $199.95.


PreSonus Studio One 5.3 Adds Major New Features



PreSonus has released Studio One 5.3, the latest version of its award-winning recording and production software (DAW). The second update in less than three months, version 5.3 adds major new features for scoring, creative production, live performance, and general workflow, many in response to feedback from Studio One users and PreSonus Sphere members.

With the addition of musical symbols playback in Studio One 5.3 Professional, composers working in Score View or Piano View can now connect musical symbols and dynamic markings to Sound Variations, which were introduced in version 5.2. Musical symbols playback works with any orchestral library that features corresponding articulations. A tab in the Sound Variations names of the currently-selected instrument.

A new Musical Symbols lane for the Note Editor lets you view symbols and Sound Variation events side-by-side. Apply musical symbols in either the Note Editor or the Score View, and they will render accurately in both. Output mapping of Sound Variations has been extended to include MIDI channel information as part of the activation sequence, enabling instruments such as Native Instruments’ Contact to address specific articulations.

Version 5.3 also adds several new save, export, and archive options, including the ability to upload Zip archives directly from Studio One 5 Professional to a PreSonus Sphere workplace – great for backing up Songs, Projects, and Shows and sharing them with other Studio One 5 users. A consolidated “Convert To” option on Studio One Professional’s File menu enables exporting and archiving documents for easy transfer and backup, including all referenced media files and alternative versions, with optional lossless audio file compression Save Songs as AAF, Capture Session, MIDI File or Open TL from the same menu.

Version 5.3 also adds several new save, export, and archive options, including the ability to upload Zip archives directly from Studio One 5 Professional to a PreSonus Sphere workplace – great for backing up Songs, Projects, and Shows and sharing them with other Studio One 5 users. A consolidated “Convert To” option in Studio One Professional’s File menu enables exporting and archiving documents for easy transfer and backup, including all referenced media files and alternative versions, with optional lossless audio file compression. Save Songs as AAF, Capture Sessions, MIDI File, or Open TL from the same menu.

Fulfilling a major user request the Chord Track, introduced in Studio One 4 Professional, has been significantly enhanced adding the ability to convert Chord events into Note events by simply dragging the Chord events to an Instrument Track. You also can extract Chord notes from an Audio event, then apply them to a MIDI Instrument-all via drag and drops.

Studio One 5.3 adds a long list of other new features and enhancements. The Show Page in Studio One Professional drag-and-drop support for FX Chains and seamless patch changes between sounds, so sustained notes are not cut off during patch changes. MPE support for VST3 instruments has been implemented using Note Controllers in Studio One Artist and Professional, and shortcuts have been added to quickly open the External Device Editor from a PreSonus ATOM or ATOM SQ pad controller.

Studio One 5.3 is a free upgrade for registered Studio 5 users and is included in PreSonus Sphere membership.


PreSonus Re-Creates Retro Mix Legends with New Mix Engine Effects Plug-Ins



PreSonus is now shipping Retro Mix Legends, a collection of three Mix Engine Effects plug-ins for the company’s popular Studio One Professional DAW. Retro Mix Legends is the followup to PreSonus’ groundbreaking CTC-1 Pro Console Shaper Mix Engine FX plug-ins, significantly expanding PreSonus’ Mix Engine Effects library. The three plug-ins – Alpine Desk, Brit Console, and Porta Cassette – may be purchased individually or as a bundle and are also included in a PreSonus Sphere membership.

Mix Engine FX is a plug-in paradigm exclusive to Studio One Professional that can subtly alter or completely transform Studio One’s native mix engine. In contrast to conventional plug-ins that must be inserted independently on each channel, with limited or no interaction between channels, activating a Mix Engine Effect on any bus in Studio One will simultaneously affect and cross-process all channels feeding that bus, using one plug-in. Thanks to State Space Modeling technology and the Mix Engine FX architecture, these plug-ins deliver thorough and true-to-life emulations of real hardware behavior, including inter-channel crosstalk, noise, drive, saturation and character. Any bus, including the main stereo bus, can have its own Mix Engine FX assigned, allowing for limitless sonic possibilities.

The new Alpine Desk plug-in faithfully reproduces the complex sonic textures of one of the world’s most coveted American consoles. Its Drive control allows you to hit the console’s preamps as hard as you like, resulting in satisfying saturation and compression, while the Crosstalk and Noise controls can be used to glue your tracks together so everything sits right where it belongs in your mix. Unique to Alpine Desk is a variable output transformer that lets you switch from a 1:1 to 3:1 gain ratio for higher drive settings and a unique dark and dark tonal contours.

Brit Console lovingly re-creates the sound behind arguably more platinum-selling records than any other console. Inherent signal noise plays an important role in defining the sonic character of any analog console; the modeled analog noise in Brit Console is different on every channel being processed, making your mixes more cohesive. Brit Console features three Style options: Vintage, Super, and Modern. Vintage offers a bit of top-end roll-off and a smoother character that defined the sound of British pop in the 1980’s, while those interested in an ultra-clean sound may prefer Super. Enable Modern to switch to a more contemporary dual design with variable harmonic distortion that yields a gentle bass boost, letting you dial in everything from nuanced second- and third-order harmonic saturation to edgy transistor bite.

Perhaps the most unusual offering of its kind, Porta Cassette replicates the smooth, analog, slightly off-kilter, lo-fi mojo of the four-track cassette recorders of the 1980s and ‘90s. Its Character control functions dramatically different than that of any other Mix Engine Effect: Low settings govern the amount of coloration, while cracking it up introduces tape wow and flutter. The unique Pitch control allows you to detune or up-tune every element of your processed bus. Unlike hardware cassette machines, however, the Pitch control won’t affect your playback tempo.

The Retro Mix Legends bundle is available now at the PreSonus Shop at a U.S. street price of $79.95. Alpine Desk, Brit Console, and Porta Cassette can be purchased individually for $29.95 each. All three Mix Engine Effects plug-ins, as well as CTC-1 Pro Console shaper and every PreSonus Studio One add-on are included in PreSonus Sphere memberships.


PreSonus MicroStation BT Provides Stereo Bluetooth Reception and More



Compact, convenient, and stylish, the new PreSonus Microstation BT Bluetooth 5.0 stereo monitor controller receives audio from a phone, tablet, or other Bluetooth source and feeds it to your full-range powered speakers. The MicroStation BT can also be hardwired to a powered subwoofer to create 2.1 listening environment.

Quickly pair your Bluetooth-enabled device with the press of a button. A stereo 1/8-inch input enables hardwiring your audio source when you don’t want to use Bluetooth, and a Bluetooth On/Off button lets you toggle between Bluetooth and analog sources. Balanced left and right 1/4-inch TRS inputs route audio from pro audio hardware, such as an audio interface, to your speakers and subwoofer.

You can connect your favorite powered subwoofer using either the balanced 1/4-inch TRS or unbalanced RCA Subwoofer outputs. An 1/8-inch stereo headphone/aux output lets you connect headphones or send stereo audio for streaming, recording, and more.

Controlling the MicroStation BT’s features is fast and easy. A large, ergonomic Volume knob lets you simultaneously control the overall level of your speakers and subwoofer. A Sub Bypass button mutes the subwoofer feed so you can quickly toggle between your 2.1 system and just the full-range speakers. A main Mute button with an LED status indicator let you silence your speakers or headphones without stopping the tunes.

The PreSonus MicroStation BT is available now at your favorite PreSonus dealer for a U.S. street price of $129.95. For more information, please visit HERE.


PreSonus Added Nearly 10 GB of New Samples to PreSonus Sphere



PreSonus announced the immediate addition of 19 new sample and loop libraries to PreSonus Sphere. Since launch, PreSonus has consistently added at least one new library or Studio One Add-on Presonus Sphere every single month; however, the addition of more than 9.7 GB of libraries at once represents by far the largest expansion of PreSonus Sphere content since the global online community was launched in July 2020.

The new libraries are royalty-free. All include Audioloops construction kits, compatible with Studio One Prime, Artist, and Professional version 3.5.5 and higher; and Impact XT kits, which are compatible with Studio One Artist and Professional version 4 and higher.

PreSonus Sphere members can download any and all of these libraries from their PreSonus Sphere accounts:

  • The 4 Forty library brings an electric mix of modern drum sounds, lush sounds, dramatic piano riffs, funky baselines, and more, in the styles of Jay-Z, J.Cole, Kendrick Lamar, and other hitmakers.
  • Afro Pop is equal parts pop sensibility and exotic percussion mixed with infectious grooves in a Caribbean-inspired cocktail that will put a smile on your face.
  • Changes is a great choice for lovers of old school R&B, with 808 kicks, slow synth grooves, and ear-catching beats.
  • Core Drum Kit construction target modern genres with punchy kicks, booming 808s, cracking snares and claps, clean percussion, silly smooth hi-hats and cymbals, and inspiring melodies.
  • Loaded with moody keys, dope synths, crips drums, and booming sub-basses, Dark Moon delivers just the right amount of alien textures to make your grooves stand out.
  • Dream presents today’s drama-drenched, Top 40-inspired, uplifting sounds, with bold paint melodies, strings, huge synths, leads, basses, and cracking drums – perfect for collaborations of hip-hop and R&B.
  • Loaded with slick synth melodies, punchy kicks, theatrical orchestra hits and more, Drip is perfect for modern productions with the ears of Music Supervisors in mind.
  • Feelings delivers lush pads, dreamy piano leads, hot drum patterns and moving baselines all designed to inspire your next creation.
  • Harlem 72 is loaded with disco beats, funky baselines, and a string section ready for its guest-starring role in Shaft, delivering the authentic sound of the ‘70s.
  • Latin Trap combines catchy Latin dance-inspired melodies with hard-hitting trap drums and 808s that will make your walls shake.
  • Add positive vibes to your high-energy EDM productions with Lights, featuring four-on-the-floor kicks, uplifting arpeggiated synths, driving baselines, drops, sound effects and more.
  • Lust and Loyalty will turn up the romance and the heat in your R&B and modern ballad productions, with soft piano melodies, lush strings, silky-smooth basslines, and slow synth leads that will keep you creating all night.
  • Loaded with radio-ready melodies, hard-hitting drums, lush synth pads, and stabbing leads, Mainstreams provides a flexible mix of loops and samples that will inspire just about any production, from ambient house to pop ballads, EDM to trap.

Great for hip hop, pop, trap, soul, funk, R&B, and more, Modern Melodix XXL captures the diversity of the Los Angeles music scene, with growling basslines, snapping grooves, Afro-pop guitars, rocking B3s, and Latin percussion.

Purple 6 is a collection in the styles of multi-platinum artists such as Drake, Future, Travis Scott, and more, with synth leads, sub-bass lines, punchy strings, and glitchy drums.

Smoke Shop delivers the sounds of the West Coast classics with a modern edge in the style of Kendrick Lamar, SchoolboyQ and YG, with one-shots, riffs, full mixes, and drum and instrument mixes.

Sound Mob Live Edition Vol. 2 is a comprehensive and unique library for modern hip-hop, rap, R&B, and soul productions, including a live one-shot drum kit and drum rolls, live guitar, live bass, keys, strings, and live percussion.

Street-ready and full of grit, Trap Moves is loaded with haunting melodies, rapid-fire drum rolls, and 808’s that will make the earth shake beneath your feet.

Packed with unique pop melodies that are a must-have for big songs, Urban Paparazzi includes big keys, synths, basses, and unique drum patterns.

With these new products, PreSonus Sphere members now have access to 73 sample and loop libraries, every PreSonus add-on for Studio One and Notion®, online collaboration tools, and exclusive monthly livestreams and master classes, plus licenses for both Studio One Professional and Notion. PreSonus Sphere memberships are available for $14.95/month or $164.95/year.