Anyone using Presonus Studio One 4?

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I’m trying to get back into home recording and my wife got me a Presonus bundle for Xmas. This is my first foray into recording on a laptop - last time I was recording anything, it was on a hard disk standalone DAW (Roland 1680). Lots of options with Studio One... too many. The learning curve has been way steeper than I imagined and most of the YouTube tutorials make assumptions that you already know your way around recording software; I don’t. Can someone point me in the right direction for a very basic, “beginners guide” to Studio One?
 

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I’m trying to get back into home recording and my wife got me a Presonus bundle for Xmas. This is my first foray into recording on a laptop - last time I was recording anything, it was on a hard disk standalone DAW (Roland 1680). Lots of options with Studio One... too many. The learning curve has been way steeper than I imagined and most of the YouTube tutorials make assumptions that you already know your way around recording software; I don’t. Can someone point me in the right direction for a very basic, “beginners guide” to Studio One?
Here is going to be your biggest source along with product specialists, or tech support you can talk to at PreSonus. Your fastest help and best bet.
https://forums.presonus.com/

 
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... And if you feel you might be interested in a control surface, you can find good deals on Faderports v1 on eBay. I picked a couple a few months ago, hoping to like one and to sell the other one.

It seems ok and the fader is motorized. It's a bummer though you can't control midi cc with it. I am starting to learn in Reaper, and it works great because someone wrote a driver for it. I understand it is supported by many other DAWs, but the Faderport is a Presonus product, so it works particularly well with Studio One.
 
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