EAST VILLAGE, MANHATTAN: Summer proved it was in full swing recently at FLUX Studios. An alluring East Village evening set the warm mood for PreSonus to visit from Louisiana for a Studio One 2 party â€“ NYC style.
A remarkably intuitive and fast-moving DAW, Studio One 2 was at the center of live recording sessions held in FLUXâ€™s inspiring Dangerous live room. Producer Fab Dupont manned the controls and artist Jay Stolar laid down live tracks, which would later be the subject of a Q&A on the software.
Throughout the night, hands-on experience with Studio One 2 was available for the crowd of producers, engineers, and artists in attendance.
And this being FLUX, all amenities were in action: champagne, beautiful people, and the legendary roof deck became increasingly intermingled as a very musical night unfolded.
The future…is now
Some symmetry to start.
(l) John Carnes of Park Boulevard Productions and guest.
Many a peace sign was flashed that night.
PreSonus enlightened SonicScoop Input/Output podcasters Geoff Sanoff (standing) and Eli Janney on Studio One 2.
It’s not official until LB arrives!
(l-r) Dimitri Wolfwood (Ronin Applied Sciences) and producer/engineer Reed Black
(l-r) SonicScoop’s Jacqueline Smiley, electronic artist Izumi Takagi, and vocalist Pia Zierhut
Fab (seated) takes a group through the finer points of recording and mixing with Studio One 2.
That was the funniest waveform ever! Fab with Presonus’ Jonathan Hillman.
Jay Stolar (center) decompresses after being under the microscope.
(l-r) Ryan Kelly, Ben Glawe, and Bjorn Roche
Engineers Alex Agranov and Jayme Matler.
Jonathan Hillman flew Studio One 2 from the comfort of the Revolution Room.
But the siren song of the FLUX roof could no longer be resisted…
Friends and fresh air
Fitting in at FLUX
— Photos by Janice Brown and David Weiss