UA Plugins Bundle 2020.3 WiN
Team V.R | 19 March 2020 | 37 MB
(Win32/64; AAX*, VST3, VST)
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If any company knows compression it’s Universal Audio (UA). They practically invented it! This UA in-action course explains and explores compression and shows you how these classics work! So sit back and learn compression with engineer. Join Master and learn about Universal Audio’s software emulation of three of the world’s favorite classic compressors! The UA 1176 – This compressor is one of Universal Audio’s original hardware designs and you can be sure that their emulation is as accurate as it gets. Alex then takes you on the grand tour and then shows you how to compress guitars, drums and how to get that beautiful, realistic 1176 distortion.
Studio pro reveals the technology and magic behind Universal Audio’s Unison Preamp technology and plug-ins! Learn all about the different Unison Enabled Plug-Ins and best practices for using them in your tracks and productions. Eli starts at the beginning, explaining how Unison Enabled Plug-Ins work, and how to use Gain Stage Mode from magesy download your Apollo hardware to change their sonic response. Next, Eli covers all the Unison Enabled Plug-Ins one by one, so you know exactly what they add to your sound, as well as how to dial them in for different coloring and tone. See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you have or want to use Universal Audio Unison Enabled Plug-Ins, check this video tutorial series out. You’ll know exactly how to get the most out of them when using them in your tracks and mixes, making the process faster and more creative. Watch “UA Unison Preamps & Channel Strips Explained®” today!
Studio pro takes you on a journey into Universal Audio’s amazing Apollo hardware interfaces and Console Application, showing you everything you need to know when working with the Apollo Twin MkII and 8P, such as setting them up, routing, creating cue and headphone mixes, using multiple hardware units at once and so much more… Marcus begins by welcoming you and reveals all that will be taught in the series, followed by in-depth overviews of both the Apollo Twin MkII and Apollo 8P hardware interfaces. Next, Marcus dives deep into the UA Console Application where you’ll explore all the different sections and menus. Unison Enabled Preamps are next, and you’ll discover the functionality and features of the amazing unison enabled preamp technology found in the UA Apollo Twin MkII and 8P interfaces. Moving on, Marcus focuses on workflow, showing you how to setup your DAW in order to fully maximize the full power of the UA Apollo system, followed by setting up cue mixes, control room functions on the hardware and software, the Recall Plug-In, how to combine multiple UA Apollo interfaces, customizing the Flex I/O Driver, setting up virtual outputs and much, much more.
What happens when you use Universal Audio plugins on the guitar? You get killer crunch, authentic amps and beautiful crystal clear, shimmering acoustics. Watch this course and see it all in action! The guitar is the premiere instrument in most, pop, rock, indie and singer/songwriter tracks. Universal Audio plugins, when you know how to use them, can make guitar tracks really stand out from magesy download the crowd. In this course, by Grammy nominated guitarist/producer Rich Tozzoli, you see UA plugins in action as he applies them to enhance and elevate the sound of his Pro Tools guitar tracks. Think of this course as a combination guitar production and Universal Audio exploration! Watch it and learn some cool techniques to make your guitar tracks really shine!
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