If you weren't sure about the Unison™ technology from UAD and how it would impact guitar amp simulation plug-ins then check out this video from Universal Audio.
This video covers the Marshall 1962 Bluesbreaker plug-in, which is the first emulation of the iconic 2x12 combo used on the landmark 1966 album, Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton.
Also in this video you will hear how the Unison™ technology and the UAD plug-ins can give you great guitars sounds without needing to use amps etc.
In this UAD video you will learn how to:
- Dial in clean tones chock full of rich harmonics
- Use Unison technology for authentic Bluesbreaker feel
- Tweak the plug-in’s Channel Strip feature for different mic tones
Unison™ Technology for Authentic Bluesbreaker Tones
The interaction of your guitar’s pickups to an amp’s front end is crucial to capturing the tone and feel of the amplifier. With UA’s Unison technology, Apollo user's guitar pickups will see the exact impedance load as if they’re plugged into a vintage Marshall Bluesbreaker — a feature found only on Apollo audio interfaces.
Mix Between Three Expertly Placed Microphones
Open up the plug-in’s Channel Strip section, and easily dial-in your sounds with Panning, global High/Low EQ, and Level control over each microphone, allowing precision fine-tuning — during tracking or mixdown. No matter the genre, or type of guitar, you’re afforded tons of tweakable options, from pin-point single miked tones to roars of glorious room ambience.