Free PreSonus Studio One® 3 Workshop;
By PAUL BOTHNER MUSIC | April 15, 2018
The incredibly versatile DAW from Presonus that has been winning over musicians and producers with each successive release.
Presented by Alistair Andrews, our Resident Studio Expert in association with Presonus South Africa. Whether you’re a veteran engineer or a beginner, this free workshop will empower and hone your skills.
Where: Paul Bothner Music Plumstead
Shop G7 Richmond Center
When: Saturday 21st April 2018
More Info: For more info call Digby on 021-761-4828 or email email@example.com
Who should attend?
Studio enthusiasts of all levels that haven’t yet experienced DAWesome! Once you experience it’s fast, flow oriented, drag and drop interface, you’ll realise Studio One® 3 was built by creative people for creative music production.
Whether you’re new to recording and producing or looking for some new tools to inspire, Presonus has a creative workflow for you.
Why should you Attend?
At every step of the musical process, you should be spending your time creating music instead of fighting a bloated interface. Get that feeling that things could be a lot easier? Well, it can be; come see how.
Want to meet others who are in the same boat as you? We’re officially launching a Studio One Community here in Cape Town. This will be a group where you can interact and share advice, workflow, tips, tricks and your music.
We’re giving away FREE SOFTWARE! Yes, everyone attending the event will be receiving a download code for a free copy of Studio One Artist.
We’ll also be giving away a code for Studio One Pro on the day, so, make sure you attend to be eligible for the lucky draw!
Already using a version of Studio One or want to jump ship from your current DAW? We’ll have some extra special pricing on upgrades and crossgrades for you on the day.
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