In this free video tutorial, the first in a continuing series, Paul Drew looks at how to track through the UAD Apollo interface. Paul starts of by tracking a bass through the Unison slots using the Ampeg B-15N Bass Amplifier plug-in and adding a Fairchild 660 to polish the sound. Paul then tracks a guitar by using the Marshall 1959 Super Lead amplifier and the fantastic Studer A800 to add tape saturation. With the UAD Apollo you have 2 Aux slots which Paul inserts a reverb and delay which he then duplicated the settings into Pro Tools.
Near Zero Latency Recording
The UAD Apollo platform enables you to record through the full library of award-winning UAD Powered Plug-Ins, including vintage EQs, Compressors, Reverbs, Tape Machines and more at near-zero latency, regardless of your audio software’s buffer size, and without taxing your host computer’s CPU. It’s like having an endless analog studio, in your rack or on your desktop.