D.A Plug-Ins Bundle 2018.1 WiN
TEAM V.R | 15 Jan 2018 | 7.9 MB
(Win64; AAX*, VST3, VST)
Do you use Kush Audio plug-ins? Well, DAW guru Michael Costa is back and this time he is taking on Kush Audio’s UBK-1 motion generating compressor and the Clariphonic dual channel parallel EQ. Michael breaks down the interfaces and how these two amazing, analog sounding plug-ins can be used on several different types of instruments. The series starts off with Michael giving an introduction and quick overview on the preset nature of the two plug-ins. Next, Michael digs in and explains the controls and interface of the UBK-1 compressor. After explaining the unique signal flow between the UBK-1’s sections, Michael moves on to showing how this powerful plug-in can be used on drums, bass, acoustic guitar and on an entire mix. Next its on to the Clariphonic EQ. Michael gives us the full tour of the interface, discussing each control in-depth. There are many possibilities when using the Clariphonic EQ and its presets, and over the next few videos Michael moves on to showing how this amazing EQ can be used on a snare, three channel drum mix, acoustic guitar and bass.
Grammy Award–winning mix engineer Dave Pensado reveals his “must-have” plug-ins as well as his favorite Track and Mix Buss plug-ins and how he uses them to make his mixes impactful and shine! Dave provides overviews of several different plug-ins, including Ozone 5, Nectar 2, and RX3, various McDSP plug-ins, and the VST/AU plug-ins in Pro Tools. These plug-in-focused ITL episodes will make sure you’re making smart choices with your plug-in decisions and give you creative inspiration!
Epic journey of mixing with Slate plug-ins! See how a real-world mix takes shape from beginning to end, using only Slate Digital’s awesome suite of plug-ins. Eli begins with an introduction, explaining exactly what will be covered in the videos, and then gives a play through of the song that you’ll be mixing together. Eli now covers how to get ready for your mixing journey, by showing you how to calibrate the Virtual Tape Machine, routing to it, and setting up your mix bus. The drums are next, and Eli covers every drum track in the song, showing you what Slate plug-ins to use and why. Bass and guitars are then focused on, and you’ll see and hear how much better they sound with a little Slate magic sprinkled on top.
In these in-depth video tutorials, studio pro shows you how to use FF’s amazing plug-ins to mix a track from start to finish. Shot in Logic Pro X, the information is applicable to any DAW and will show you how to use FabFilter plug-ins effectively and creatively. Starts off by welcoming you and sets the stage for the video series, outlining what to expect, and gives you a play through of the cool 80’s inspired song that will be mixed. Larry then jumps in and covers important topics such as how to prepare your song for mixing, and setting levels and panning. He then gets into filtering and additive EQ, followed by different kinds of compression techniques. Using spatial effects, doubling backing vocals, reverb and saturation in the mix are then all demonstrated using FF plug-ins including Pro-Q 2, Pro-C, Pro-R, Pro-DS and others!
In this video tutorial series, studio guru William Sprawls shows newcomers the wonderful world of virtual amp plug-ins. Learn what you need to know to get started, and how to effectively use some of the different types of amp simulations available today! Will starts out by introducing you to some of the most popular amp simulator plug-ins, Native Instrument’s Guitar Rig, and IK Multimedia’s Ampltitube, as well as previewing some of the most widely used amp types.