An introduction to the Presence XT Editor.
Preparing & Exporting Your Samples7:00
Marcus demonstrates a basic sample chopping workflow when preparing samples for export to Presence XT.
Learn how to quickly set up an instrument that will be playable in Presence XT.
Mapping Out Your Samples12:08
Learn how to properly map out your samples to the correct root and key ranges, as well as make adjustments to the ADSR settings.
Setting Looping Ranges6:03
Marcus demonstrates how to set Looping ranges for sustained samples, and explains why & when to do this.
Exporting Your Instrument as a Soundset4:57
Learn how to take the final steps in packaging your Presence XT instrument into a Studio One Soundset file.
In this video tutorial series, Studio One guru Markus Huyskens explains and explores the mighty Presence XT Editor, an add-on extra you can purchase from Presonus for Studio One 3. This is your guide on how to use the editor, as well as how to get creative with it!
Starting with a brief introduction, Marcus then shows you how to chop up your samples when preparing them for export to Presence XT, and how to import those samples, and set up a playable sampler instrument.
After your samples are in a new sampler instrument, Marcus explains how to properly map your samples across root and key ranges, as well as how to adjust the ADSR settings. You’ll also dive deep into all the round-robin sample possibilities with the Presence XT Editor.
Moving on, Marcus demonstrates how to set loop points and loop ranges, along with giving you tips as to when you’d want to do this. Finally, you’ll explore how to export your instrument as a Soundset, so you can use and share your instrument with other Studio One users, as well as on other systems.
If you’re ready to be a Studio One 3 Presence XT ninja, watch “Studio One Know-How: Presence XT Editor” and get the most from your Presence XT sampler today!
Submitted 9 months ago
If you've not done much sound engineering using a synth then this series will be very informative. I have manipulated wav files but building a sound set is a complex process for the first time. This series enabled me to do that quickly, I still had time to write some music with the newly created sound set.
I am a: Hobbyist, Semi-Pro, Musician, Studio One
Submitted 10 months ago
This is a very good step by step series to learn the basic functions of the Presence XT Editor. If you want a quick start tutorial, this is it.
I am a: Professional, Musician, Producer, Sound Designer, Sound for Film/TV, Studio One
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