Hi there. The current version of Studio One version 5 supports key switches and articulation. There is a version called Studio One v5 Prime, a free download that you can get from the Presonus Shop which allows you to try the newer tools (albeit with a few limitations like no VST support). The Artist version will give you VST support for a reasonable fee. Or, you could try Sphere - a software subscription service which give you everything for a monthly fee , which I believe has no minimum term. Well, apart from your first month. I am biased as i have only ever used Studio One as a DAW since V2, after the hype someone had for it. I don't subscribe to sphere because I own most of the products I want. However Sphere gives you access to EVERYTHING like Notion, Studio One, sample packs, instruments, f.x., Presence editor. Professional version adds score support. To me thats the most awesome part. Play my keys in and then its all put on the grand stave, ready to print and pass parts to players.