PreSonus has upgraded the version of its highly esteemed DAW Studio One to version 4.5, which brings over 70 new features that users have been asking for.
Following a new collaborative effort from iZotope and PreSonus, it was announced that PreSonus owners can now access the Neutron Elements plugin for free.
The 2019 line of PreSonus Studio Series interfaces brings USB-C compatibility to the Studio 24c, Studio 26c, Studio 68c, Studio 1810c and Studio 1824c.
After its preview at 2018 summer NAMM, PreSonus dropped its new Studio 2|4, a portable interface that is also the first of its kind to include a USB-C port.
The PreSonus FaderPort is a great way to easily control your DAW a little more elegantly than using your keyboard and mouse. But is it worth the cash?
PreSonus has finally taken the wraps off of the latest and greatest iteration of its DAW, PreSonus Studio One 4. Is it worth buying?
PreSonus has launched the PreSonus AudioBox 96 USB -- an update to the original AudioBox USB. But is it worth buying? We put it to the test to find out.
PreSonus has a history of delivering excellent audio interfaces at a great price -- and the company is back again with the PreSonus Studio 68.
The PreSonus Monitor Station V2 serves as a follow-up to the original, but is it worth the $299 price tag? We put it to the test to find out.
Today Presonus started shipping the second version of their popular monitor control station, Monitor Station V2. Apart from the obvious change of white to black, the new device offers a number of improvements over the first version of the Monitor Station. Improvements include a more ergonomic design as well as a S/PIDF digital input. It also offers 4 stereo inputs, including 2 stereo balance TRS i...[Read More]