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.