***New for 2021: As of March 15, 2021, Analog Lab Intro will be replacing Analog Lab Lite. The grace period for this addition is February 1, 2021. If you registered a qualifying product after February 1, 2021, you will receive "Analog Lab Intro" instead of "Analog Lab Lite." If you do not see it in your account, please press the "Refresh Products" button in your account or log out and log back in. It should be under Products>Add-ons. The information below provides instructions for Analog Lab Lite. The process for Analog Lab Intro is the same.
***For information about M1 compatibility, please refer to the article below...
The following information explains the process for registering the Arturia Analog Lab plug-in on Arturia's site and activating it for use within Studio One 3. The Arturia Analog Lab plug-in comes with the StudioMagic Plug-In Suite.
*If you are running the "Artist" version of Studio One 3, you must be upgraded to version 3.3.4 or higher in order to use the plug-in. The Arturia Analog Lab plug-in will not work with the OEM version of Studio One 3 Artist.
1. You can find your codes for Arturia Analog Lab plug-in inside of your my.presonus.com account. It is under My Products>Add-ons, once you are logged into your account. Below is a screenshot:
If your product key is formatted with two codes separate by a bar, the first code is your product key and the code after the bar is your unlock key.
2. Once you click the "Download" link in your my.presonus.com account, you will be taken to the following page on Arturia's web site, which explains the registration, installation, and activation process completely.
3. Once installed, you will find the Arturia Analog Lab virtual instrument under the "Instruments" tab in the Browser window of Studio One. Below is a screenshot.
If you have any problems with the installation, registration, or activation of the Arturia Analog Lab, you will want to reach out to Arturia's support team. https://www.arturia.com/support