GETTING STARTED ON PC (WINDOWS 10)
Downloading and installing custom quick-start templates

  • First, install PreSonus Studio One Artist software using the instructions and product key found on the insert in the Snowball Studio box.
  • Click on the below link to download the custom quick-start templates. Save the Zip file to the “Downloads” folder on your computer.

    Snowball Studio Custom Quick-Start Templates
  • Unzip the templates in the Downloads folder on your computer

  • In Windows File Explorer, navigate to the “Documents > Studio One > templates” folder. If the “templates” folder does not exist in the “Studio One” folder, create it now by clicking “New Folder” in the File Explorer toolbar and naming it “templates”

  • Drag and drop all of the template files that you unzipped in step 3 into the “Documents > Studio One > templates” folder.
  • Re-start PreSonus Studio One, click on “Create a new Song” in the top left of the interface.
  • Click on the “User” tab and you will see all of the new templates

GETTING STARTED ON MAC (OS X 10.8.5 or higher)
Setting up PreSonus Studio One to work with Snowball

  • First, install PreSonus Studio One Artist software using the instructions and product key found on the insert in the Snowball Studio box.
  • Plug Snowball into a USB port on your computer
  • From the Finder, choose “Utilities” from the Go menu. Open the “AudioMIDI Setup” application.
  • Click the Add “+” button on the bottom-left corner in the Audio Devices window and select “Create Aggregate Device”:

  • A new aggregate device appears in the list on the left side of the window. To rename the device, double-click it, and rename the device “Snowball Aggregate Device”

  • With the new aggregate device selected, enable the checkbox labeled "Use" on the left side of the Audio Devices window. Check “Built-in Output” and “Blue Snowball.”

  • Launch PreSonus Studio One. Then navigate to “Studio One” and select “Preferences” from the dropdown.

  • Navigate to the “Audio Set-up” tab, and select “Snowball Aggregate Device” as the device from the pull down list. Click “OK”

  • Create a new song or select a template to use. Confirm audio is now heard in the PreSonus software.

Downloading and installing custom quick-start templates

  • Click on the below link to download the custom quick-start templates. Save the Zip file to the “Downloads” folder on your computer.

    Snowball Studio Custom Quick-Start Templates
  • Unzip the templates in the Downloads folder on your computer
  • In Finder, navigate to the “Finder > Documents > Studio One > templates” folder. If the “templates” folder does not exist in the “Studio One” folder, create it now and name it “templates”.
  • Drag and drop all of the template files that you unzipped in step 2 into the “Documents > Studio One > templates” folder.

  • Re-start PreSonus Studio One, click on “Create a new Song” in the top left of the interface.
  • Click on the “User” tab and you will see all of the new templates.