Plug-In Power

What Are Your "Desert Island" UAD Plug-Ins?

Posted by Amanda Whiting on 2012年8月21日 18:53:06 PDT

If you were stuck on a desert island with your recording studio, what UAD plug-ins could you not live without? Leave your answer in the comments section below — one commenter will be contacted to receive a free Universal Audio hoodie.

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Tips & Tricks — 1176 Classic Limiter Collection

Posted by Mason Hicks on 2012年4月24日 18:59:17 PDT
Whether Bluestripe, Blackface, or AE, each 1176 plug-in in the Classic Limiter Collection has its own unique characteristics for gain, threshold, compression knee, distortion onset, and “sweet spots.” Here are some helpful hints for getting started with these unique tools. Read More

Recording & Mixing M/S Tracks With the bx_digital V2 EQ Plug-In

Posted by Dirk Ulrich on 2011年10月19日 23:35:55 PDT

In this article, Brainworx’s lead developer Dirk Ulrich will walk you through how to record and EQ a Mid-Side (M/S) recording session using the Brainworx® bx_digital V2 EQ Plug-In. 

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Tips & Tricks – Ampex ATR-102 Mastering Tape Recorder

Posted by Will Shanks on 2011年9月1日 21:42:16 PDT

The Ampex ATR-102 offers a more aggressive sound versus the more sophisticated-sounding Studer, and in the words of just about every engineer who owns an ATR-102, it makes the final mix “sound like a record.” In this Plug-In Power article, we'll provide some basic tips and tricks for using the Ampex ATR-102 Mastering Tape Recorder plug-in.

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Tips & Tricks — Top 5 UAD Plug-Ins for Mixing Guitar

Posted by James Rotondi on 2011年8月17日 21:16:12 PDT

Whether you're looking to pay homage to the breakthrough tones of guitar gods such as Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, The Police's Andy Summers, and Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, or to create your own trailblazing new sounds, the UAD-2 Powered Plug-Ins Platform offers a wealth of guitar processing treasures.

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Tips & Tricks — SSL E & G Series Plug-Ins

Posted by Mason Hicks on 2011年2月7日 11:11:11 PST

In this Plug-In Power post, we will be focusing on some basic pointers for getting started with the SSL E Series Channel Strip and SSL G Series Bus Compressor plug-ins for UAD-2. As many SSL plug-in users are quickly finding out, these plug-ins have the ability to infuse your mixes with the curves and character heard on countless classic albums.

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Chaining the 1176LN and LA-2A Compressors for Maximum Control

Posted by Dave Crane on 2010年2月24日 11:16:11 PST
This month we’re looking at two studio legends: the 1176LN Limiting Amplifier and Teletronix® LA-2A Leveling Amplifier compressors. Each one is quite different from the other. We’ve done articles and videos in the past showing how they work, but one little-known compression secret is that they can be used together on the same track. Read More

Splitting Heirs: Why the LA-3A Audio Leveler Sounds Different Than its Kin, the LA-2A

Posted by Dave Crane on 2009年12月23日 11:16:11 PST

The LA-3A compressor made its debut at the 1969 New York AES show. Brad Plunkett designed the LA-3A and also played a major role in the development of the 1176. Essentially, the LA-3A is a solid-state version of the LA-2A; it retains the same simple control set (Gain, Peak Reduction, Comp/Limit Switch) and, of course, the all-important T4 electro-optical panel module (ELOP for short).

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