In this free video tutorial with the support of the good people at Waves, Marcus demonstrates how to use the Waves Renaissance EQ plug-in to create a filtered sweep effect on a white noise track, that can be blended with a Riser transition.
There are many cases where we may find ourselves asking - do we really need another "insert any plug-in type here" but when it comes to dynamic EQ's, the more the merrier in my opinion. Having said that - the good people at Sonnox have just released the Oxford Dynamic EQ plug-in!
In this video, Marcus Huyskens demonstrates how to use the Waves API 550A EQ on an electric guitar track to help them cut through the mix with some midrange grit, and presence.
In this video, Marcus Huyskens demonstrates how to use the simple, and easy to use - yet highly effective Waves API 560 EQ on Rhythm electric guitars.
In this 7th video of an 8 part free Mini Series, Marcus Huyskens demonstrates the vocal processing chain used on the vocals & vocal chops. He starts off by adding some grit using the Kramer HLS, then adds some stereo width using the Doubler2. He then adds some ambience using the RVerb, and reigns in on some harsh frequencies using the C4. Lastly he turns to the CLA-76 to tighten up the overall dynamics, and sends them out the the H-Delay, and Sound Shifter to complete the chain.
Inspired by classic British units from the 60s and early 70s you can now add body and character to your tracks with a Console 1 strip plugin. Paired with the smooth workflow and hands-on control delivered by with Console 1, Softube's British Class A For Console 1collects coveted and distinctive sounding units from the pro audio world in a single channel.
In this free video tutorial, Michael demonstrates using the bx_bassdude, bx_bluechorus2, bx_greenscreamer, bx_yellowdrive, bx_distorange and bx_console from Plugin Alliance to craft guitar tones in the box.
In this free video review, Russ takes a look at the McDSP Ultimate Channel Strip Plugin.
In this video, Paul Drew looks at the fantastic stock EQ plug-in that ships with PreSonus Studio One, the Pro EQ.
Tonelux Tilt is essentially a one-knob equaliser from our friends at Softube which lets you get your sound in shape in no time. By adjusting the Tilt knob you can quickly go from thin to fat, and make the first coarse adjustments to your tracks before you move on to more detailed tweaking.
David Mood demonstrates the power of the Solo Mode feature in FabFilter's Pro-Q 2.
In this Part 4 of a free video tutorial mini series, Michael Tomblin shows us Universal Audio’s API 550A, Maag EQ4, Neve 1073, Pultec EQP-1A, Tube-Tech PE 1C and Helios Type 69 on Bass in PreSonus Studio One 3.
I wanted to share a cool feature I like about Studio One. In the top left parameter display Studio One shows the recent parameters.
Using different processing in sections of a song on the lead vocal can help add to the progression of the mix and allow better processing for each section.
One aspect of mixing out of the box with analog hardware is if you have four 1176's in the rack, they will all sound a little different. The reason could be a different revision model, serviced at different times by different people, or never serviced.