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Not pictured: Michelle’s “Hostess with the Mostess” trophy.

Not to brag or anything. But this is newsworthy, right? Fact is it’s nice to be noticed, and it would seem that we turned a couple heads at NAMM. We got so many trophies and atta-boys that we couldn’t even fit them in our suitcases to go back to Baton Rouge, and they had to be shipped separately.

Here’s what we’ve won recently:

On the table, from left to right:
Visual Grand Prix Audio Excellence Award 2013, DAW category: Studio One 2
Electronic Musician, 2013 Editors Choice Award, category “Feature Creep Can Actually Be Good”: AudioBox 1818VSL
Music & Sound Retailer, 2013 Music & Sound Award, category Best New Mixer: StudioLive 16.0.2
Pro Audio Review, 2012 PAR Excellence Award: StudioLive 16.0.2

On the wall:
ProSoundWeb & Live Sound International, Readers’ Choice Awards 2013: StudioLive 24.4.2
ProSoundWeb & Live Sound International, Readers’ Choice Awards 2013: Studio One Professional 2
ProSoundWeb & Live Sound International, Readers’ Choice Awards 2013: Virtual StudioLive
ProSoundWeb & Live Sound International, Readers’ Choice Awards 2013: ADL 700
Music & Sound Retailer, 2012 “Show Us Your Tubes” award: Zombie attack video

Not in the photo but awarded at or immediately after NAMM:
AudioMedia Gear of the Year: Studio One Professional 2
Music Inc., Best in Show, Companies to Watch: PreSonus
SonicScoop Pick for NAMM: Sceptre CoActual monitor speakers  and the StudioLive 32.4.2AI.
Church Production’s NAMM Top Five for Live: StudioLive AI PA speakers

Not a bad haul! We also were nominated for four TEC Awards but we didn’t win any. Again.

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This just in from a friend of a friend… They spotted a StudioLive 24.4.2 in use at the Big Game’s Media Party! Thanks!

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Here it is: The official release video for the StudioLive 32.4.2AI!

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Thanks to Sam Ash for this!

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Hope you had an awesome Christmas!

Here is our latest video.  Scott Szeryk performing Caprice No. 5 by Paganini.
Released on Christmas day and Recorded on the amazing Studio Live 24.4.2

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Khaliq at home.

Khaliq at home.

PreSonus VP of Sales and PreSonus lifer Rick Naqvi recently had the opportunity to sit down with überproducer Khaliq Glover. Khaliq has licence to drop names like Prince, Justin Timberlake,  Herbie Hancock, John Mayer, Christina Aguilera, Stevie Wonder, Santana, Sting, Brian Eno, Annie Lennox, Smokey Robinson, Jeffrey Osborne, B2K, Narada Michael Walden, Kenny Lattimore, and Faith Evans. He was also one of the many engineers to participate on 1985′s ”We Are The World” project.  The man’s the real-deal, and we’re flattered that he converted to Studio One, thanks to a little help from Teddy Riley.

Khaliq also runs a site called MixingAndRecording.Com, where he hosts telesummits from time to time, featuring select industry pros from Khaliq’s l̶i̶t̶t̶l̶e̶ big black book of industry pros. Give it a listen; Khaliq and Rick kick around the history of PreSonus and offer some insights into our products.
Mixing and Recording: download Khaliq’s free e-book!

 

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The coolness just doesn’t STOP with SonicSense Pro Audio! Following up their killer bass DI demo of the ADL 700, now it gets put to the REAL test: vocals!

And when I say a REAL test for vocals, I mean it’s tested with none other than Queen’s “Somebody to Love,” which is like the hardest song to sing ever, as p̶e̶r̶f̶o̶r̶m̶e̶d̶ knocked out of the park by American Idol finalist Mathenee Treco.

 

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