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Studio One 5 updated to 5.02

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PreSonus, the makers of Studio One, have released version 5.0.2 with new features and bug fixes, they include.

New features and improvements:

Podcast template now compatible with Studio One Prime 

The following issues have been fixed:

Waveforms not updated correctly while
editing logarithmic and exponential fades o applying clip gain envelopes on bent audio

any clip gain envelope edits will cause the user interface to become sluggish

Potential crash on closing a song

Notes in "Mix" record mode are overwritten in certain situations

Not possible to paste note data from clipboard to an empty section of an instrument track

Parts are split on overdub

[Impact XT] Eco Filter may cause ‘666’ errors on the console

Important Notes From PreSonus

UPGRADE CUSTOMERS, PLEASE NOTE: Studio One 5 is installed as a new application and doesn’t overwrite your previous version of Studio One. Both versions can be run on the same computer, just not simultaneously. Songs and Projects created in previous versions of Studio One will open in Studio One 5. However, once you have saved a Song or Project in version 5, you will not be able to open it in an earlier version of Studio One.

It is important to note also that Studio One 5 includes several changes to audio processing features, most notably in the updated Native Effects plug-in suite. Because of this, you may notice changes to the sound of your Song or Project. These changes may be subtle or quite noticeable depending on the processing that was used. Because of this, it is highly recommended that you retain a copy of your session in the earlier version of Studio One so that you can revert if you so chose.

Please also make sure that your 3rd party plug-ins are updated to the most recent version.

Ampire XT > Ampire (third-generation) compatibility: The “Ampire XT Classics” legacy extension isn’t compatible with Studio One 5. If you have been using any of the legacy amps in songs you are still working on, you have three options:

a)  Finish the song in your previous version of Studio One.

b)  Bounce tracks using Ampire XT Classics to audio before opening the song in Studio One 5.

c)  Open the song in Studio One 5 and replace Ampire XT Classics amps with any of the new

State Space Modeling amps.

Existing Studio One users will find the update in their user account or by using the ‘Check For Update’ option in Studio One help menu.

https://my.presonus.com/home

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Oncle L wake me up when windows 8 support is back ....

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1 hour ago, Zo said:

Oncle L wake me up when windows 8 support is back ....

Hey Zo you will be know as ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZO  before that happens 😆

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1 hour ago, Zo said:

Oncle L wake me up when windows 8 support is back ....

Windows 8 is no longer officially supported by MANY apps.

Working as a software engineer, even our team's flagship product is no longer officially supporting windows 8 starting this year. And we're talking software that started being developed in the early 90s. Sure you CAN STILL install it under Win 8 (even 7) AFTER you install the dependencies (which come with Win 10).

Part of this is a lot of software is moving to Visual Studio 2019 whose dependencies are not installed on older windows by default.

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27 minutes ago, Cristian said:

Windows 8 is no longer officially supported by MANY apps.

Working as a software engineer, even our team's flagship product is no longer officially supporting windows 8 starting this year. And we're talking software that started being developed in the early 90s. Sure you CAN STILL install it under Win 8 (even 7) AFTER you install the dependencies (which come with Win 10).

Part of this is a lot of software is moving to Visual Studio 2019 whose dependencies are not installed on older windows by default.

Supported is one thing , but it won t even install ...and as you know windows retro compatibilite is way more solid thn osx for exemple , also most dev support actual os and os -1  .... presonus is one of the few that done that ...

and we re talking a DAW , professional , they should know people don t change system specially studios that often ...

 

if you know how to get the dependencies missing , that would be cool ...

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On 9/2/2020 at 3:44 AM, Zo said:

Supported is one thing , but it won t even install ...and as you know windows retro compatibilite is way more solid thn osx for exemple , also most dev support actual os and os -1  .... presonus is one of the few that done that ...

and we re talking a DAW , professional , they should know people don t change system specially studios that often ...

 

if you know how to get the dependencies missing , that would be cool ...

Unfortunately, as of today os - 1 actually means windows 10 1507 which was released in July 2015, around 5 years ago.
This isn't really the choice of the developers either. Management is the one that decides which OS versions are supported.
The update for the C runtime can be found here
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2999226/update-for-universal-c-runtime-in-windows
It will help a lot of programs install under windows 8 and 7, but it might also not be enough.

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