Ampire is PreSonus’ State Space modeled guitar amplifier/cab/stompbox plug-in, available in Studio One® Native Effects, VST3, AU, and AAX formats for use in your DAW of choice. You get five amplifier models suitable for everything from rock to roots reggae, 16 diverse cabinet emulations, and a pedalboard full of 13 effects, 5 of which are also State Space modeled from classic stompboxes. 

Analog Chorus

A 1-3 voice chorus processor with optional LFO delay-time modulation, depth control, stereo width control, and more. Available in VST3, AAX, AU, and Native Effects formats.

Analog Delay

Create deteriorating echoes with changing delay and pitch with this classic emulation of an analog BBD delay. You get optional tempo sync, LFO, filtered feedback, and more. Available in VST3, AAX, AU, and Native Effects formats.

Analog Effects Collection

Add authentic-sounding classic analog alchemy to your digital productions, with none of the maintenance hassle or expense of buying the real thing. Formerly only available in Studio One Professional and Artist, we’ve made them available in VST3, AU, and AAX format via PreSonus Hub, by popular request.

Audio Batch Converter

The Audio Batch Converter for Studio One is designed for anyone looking for a powerful audio file conversion tool that’s affordable and easy to use. It provides a wide range of features to process audio offline while working hand-in-hand with the powerful audio editing and mixing functions available in Studio One—regardless of which version you use.

Channel Strip Collection

Pepper your tracks with a tasteful dash of PreSonus flavor via these two State Space modeled plug-ins of classic PreSonus hardware channel strips, available in Native Effects, VST3, AU, and AAX formats for use in your DAW of choice. The RC500 is modeled from the PreSonus RC500 FET Channel Strip; VT1 is modeled from a PreSonus classic tube channel strip.

CTC-1 Pro Console Shaper

Utilizing state-of-the-art State Space Modeling technology, CTC-1 captures the character and personality of legendary analog consoles that are otherwise out of reach for most musicians, producers and engineers. Going far beyond virtual channel strips and mastering plug-ins, CTC-1 is capable of changing the way how people mix inside a DAW.

Deep Flight One

Deep Flight One’s unique hybrid design makes it the most complex instrument library ever created for Presence XT, combining extraordinarily creative sampling with synthesis technologies simultaneously to create an otherworldly level of expressiveness for your Studio One productions.

Fat Channel XT

Fat Channel XT brings award-winning StudioLive processors and State Space models of vintage EQs and compressors to your DAW of choice. It’s the ultimate channel strip for any input or bus with a variable high pass filter, gate/expander, compressor, EQ, and limiter—all in a single Native Effects/VST3/AU/AAX plug-in. 

Fat Channel XT Add-ons

The unique hybrid format of Fat Channel XT Add-ons is designed to work both in the Fat Channel XT plug-in and in StudioLive Series III mixers. So, whether you’re mixing in your favorite DAW or on your StudioLive digital mixer, you can take the same vintage processing goodness with you.

Presence XT - Complete Core Instruments

Boost your instrument collection with these meticulously-sampled collections of real-world instruments for Studio One! Guitars, brass, basses, organs, mallets, and more. Each pack contains multiple instruments to choose from—the Mallets pack contains Glockenspiel, Kalimba, Marimba, Vibraphone and Xylophone, and the Strings pack offers Contra Bass, Cello, Viola and Violin… you get the idea.

Presence XT Editor

Presence XT Editor unlocks the Edit Page of Presence XT, Studio One’s built-in sample player instrument. It turns an already great-sounding instrument into an intuitive, powerful sound design tool for musicians, producers, and sound designers. With direct support for all major sampler formats, it's the perfect host for any custom sampler sound library.

PreSonus Studio Grand

Over 7,000 meticulously created samples went into creating one of the most natural and human-sounding virtual pianos available making it a terrific addition to any Studio One user's Presence XT library.

PreSonus Symphonic Orchestra

The Presonus Symphonic Orchestra combines a complete symphonic orchestra instrument library with ready-to-use Studio One Musicloops by Lukas Ruschitzka and Roman Vinuesa for lightning-fast arranging and production that’s fully integrated into the Studio One workflow.

Red Light Distortion

Analog distortion emulation with Soft Tube, Hard Tube, Bad Tube, Transistor, Fuzz, and OpAmp emulation available. Available in VST3, AAX, AU, and Native Effects formats.


Get the sound of a tube-powered amplifier with independently rotating high-mid horns and a bass woofer at a range of speeds, with realistic braking and acceleration effects. Available in VST3, AAX, AU, and Native Effects formats.

Spark Collections

These professional, royalty-free tracks are a great source of inspiration for starting a new song, learning how to mix, or adding a little flavor to your existing compositions.

Studio Magic

Studio Magic 2021 includes Ableton Live Lite, tutorials from Melodics, 6 virtual instruments, and 9 effects plug-ins in VST, AU, and AAX formats for use with Studio One 5 Artist or your DAW of choice with a retail value of over $1000 (US).

Tom Brechtlein Drums Vol 1

Recorded in PreSonus’ River City Studio, delivering tons of 96kHz full Multitrack loops in a multitude of play styles and tasty tones, we present the Tom Brechtlein Drums Vol.1 - HD Multitrack.

Tom Brechtlein Drums Vol 2

A funky mix of Latin and Jazz styles with a sprinkling of funk and a touch of rock make this library stand out. Tom Brechtlein Drums Vol. 2 includes his signature techniques in every beat and groove.


Finalize your mix or add brilliance or punch to frequency-rich signals with this three-band compressor plug-in. Available in VST3, AAX, AU, and Native Effects formats.

VU Meter

The VU Meter plug-in provides Analog-style and LED-segment-style meters. By referencing both of these, you can see a more nuanced picture of your signal—overall level and peak level.