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StudioLive Series III Templates - How to get Stereo Playback from Studio One

Updated October 15, 2020

 

Before proceeding, please be sure your firmware is updated on your StudioLive:

StudioLive Series III Console - Firmware Update

StudioLive Series III Rack mixer - Firmware Update

 

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First, create a new song in Studio One after connecting and setting your StudioLive Series III as your Audio Device.

More info on Integration: StudioLive Series III - Studio One integration and Audio processing

Create_A_Song.JPG

 

When creating a new song in Studio One, we recommend using the template associated with your mixer.

You'll notice at the top of the new song "wizard" are 3 tabs:

“Styles, Interfaces, and User.” (See screenshot)

  • Open the Interfaces tab.
  • Scroll down until you see "StudioLive 32 Session" (or your PreSonus device)
  • Double click on it.

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You should now have all 32 channels routed 1:1 into Studio One.

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Then, you will need to setup Studio One playback.

First, open Studio One's "Mix" view and drag the top of the fader pane taller with your cursor to see Input/Output assignments for each channel. (Channel 1 / Channel 1) (See screenshot)

You’ll see the channel’s name twice at the top of each fader.

These are drop-down menus to select Input (Top) and Output (Bottom) for each channel.

I-O_Faders.JPG

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NOTE: If you do not see the Input/Output drop-downs at the top of each fader, you may need to change the setting to  show "I/O Connections" (See image below) by clicking the Wrench on the left side of the screen.

If you still do not see the I/O drop-downs above each fader, you may need to stretch your Volume Sliders of StudioOne taller to show the I/O.

 

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Then set every channel's output (Bottom) to “2-TrackIn” (See screenshot) 

This will sum all channels's output to a single output channel in Studio One.

2-trackIn_Faders.JPG

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On the console, find your TAPE IN channel (USB 37&38) and set it to USB input.

Tape In USB Playback Routing on the StudioLive Series III


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You should now get input into every channel of Studio One while hearing playback from Studio One’s 2-TrackIn Output fader on the TAPE IN channel of your Series III Console / Rack.

 

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To also have YouTube, iTunes, etc. playback on the TAPE IN channel, please see this article:

Tape In USB Playback Routing on the StudioLive Series III

*NOTE: Series III Rack mixers are setup the same way, the TAPE IN channel on a Series III Rack is instead referred to as the DIG RET (Digital Return) channel.*

Series III Rackmount - Playback Audio Routing (USB/AVB)

 

 

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Please contact PreSonus Technical Support by creating a Support Ticket at My.PreSonus.com/Support for further assistance.

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