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  1. And my car is much more rusted out than that.
  2. Well it's not actually mine, but mine has BAPU in it but it has something else too.
  3. If you are logged in at presonus.com go here to submit a support ticket https://my.presonus.com/support/open Be sure to tell them when, where and how you acquired your version of Studio One Pro 4.
  4. I'd say contact Presonus directly. 😉
  5. I would think if you go to the Presonus store and add the Pro 5 upgrade to your cart you will either see a $0.00 due or not.
  6. Just add more cowbell.
  7. Well, my vanity plate is absolutely not a nod to my grandson who gave me that name. Why should I be honored by that? Actually, I got my vanity plate to prove paulo correct; that I'm a self absorbed attention seeker. Way to go paulo.
  8. A saved SO5 song is not backward compatible to SO4.
  9. That version is not all it's cracked up to be.
  10. At the great divide (whereas SONAR may not have lived) REAPER had great potential for me using Azlow's .cwp->.rpp plugin. But then, Studio One 4 came out and lured me in like a siren.
  11. Bapu

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    The race is on? Composers and arrangers will appreciate Studio One 5’s new dedicated Score View for the Note Editor. Based on PreSonus’ Notion music composition and notation software, the new Score View is available on its own or as a companion side-by-side view with the Piano and Drum views, allowing users to enter, view, and edit notes in standard music notation. The Score View is available per track, so you can edit note data in Score View on one track while using Piano or Drum View on other tracks. Any number of tracks can be viewed simultaneously, so you can work on just one melody line or on chords over an entire orchestral section at once. Notes can be entered manually, in real-time or step recording modes. A basic set of musical symbols is provided, and the symbols directly control playback, allowing you to add tremolos, crescendos, and more and hear it all in real time.
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