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Hal Leonard Books has published Power Tools for Studio One 2 ($39.99) by Larry the O. This new book is designed to get you up and running quickly and explore the hidden powers of Studio One 2.

Since its release by PreSonus, Studio One has generated a buzz as the newest digital audio workstation software to enter the market. Power Tools for Studio One 2, Volume 1, is the first in-depth book on Studio One. It even presents extensive coverage of features not explained in the user manual or anywhere else, all in logical and understandable terms.

Noted audio-industry author Larry the O guides you through the program’s capabilities – both the obvious and subtle – including the new additions in version 2.

Going beyond the basics, this volume of Power Tools for Studio One 2 offers tips, techniques, and tricks that reveal how to get the most out of Studio One’s fresh take on music and audio production.

Topics include an overview of the program, specific setup procedures, methods for accomplishing common tasks, and everything from interfaces to microphones. It also provides detailed description about recording, playback, editing, MIDI, and virtual instruments.

Along with volume 2, which covers mixing, mastering, working with video and loops, and more, Power Tools for Studio One 2 is essential reading for all Studio One users.

Larry the O has spent more than 30 years as a music and audio professional in nearly every aspect of the industry. As a musician, sound designer, composer, engineer, producer, and writer, Larry has amassed credits in film, TV, video games, articles andreviews in magazines such as Mix and Electronic Musician, and technical authoring for top audio-industry companies. He is currently an adjunct instructor in the Digital Audio Technology program at Cogswell Polytechnical College in Sunnyvale, California, and his audio services company, Toys in the Attic, is based in Vallejo, California.

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