Producer's Corner

Mixing Glasser’s “Shape” with UAD Plug-Ins

Posted by Van Rivers on 2015年8月26日 10:52:54 PDT
Producer/engineer Van Rivers (Blonde Redhead, Fever Ray, Matthew Dear) details how he used UAD plug-ins to produce and mix the song ”Shape, ”the lead single from Glasser’s latest record, Interiors. Read More

Mixing Valente's “It Don’t Matter” with UAD Plug-Ins

Posted by Valente Bertelli on 2015年6月23日 11:48:14 PDT
Valente Bertelli is a recording artist and producer based in Los Angeles. Here, he breaks down the track "It Don't Matter" from his latest album, Music For Rooftops. Read More

Mixing Cold War Kids’ “First” with UAD Plug-Ins

Posted by Lars Stalfors & Dann Gallucci on 2015年4月21日 15:18:21 PDT
Recorded and mixed at the Cold War Kids’ studio in San Pedro, California, Lars Stalfors (The Mars Volta, Marnie Stern) breaks down how he and Dann Gallucci (TV On The Radio, Tim Curran) used UAD Powered Plug-Ins on the track “First” from the Cold War Kids’ album, Hold My Home. Read More

Tracking Robert Ellis’ “Good Intentions” with Apollo & UAD Plug-Ins

Posted by Jacquire King on 2015年3月23日 15:33:35 PDT

In this Producer's Corner, Jacquire King (Of Monsters and MenNorah JonesModest Mouse) shows how he used the Apollo interface and UAD plug-ins to track Robert Ellis' band on a live rendition of the track, "Good Intentions."

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Mixing Talib Kweli's "Come Here" with UAD Plug-Ins

Posted by Jason Schweitzer on 2013年11月26日 18:52:42 PST
Grammy Award-winning mixer and engineer Jason Schweitzer has become an integral part of the hip-hop, and pop scene. Making his name working with Dr. Dre, Schweitzer has since collaborated with Eminem, Nelly, and John Legend. Here, Schweitzer shows how UAD Powered Plug-Ins were used in mixing Talib Kweli's track, “Come Here” (featuring Miguel). 

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Step-By-Step Mixing with UAD Plug-Ins — Chiddy Bang's "Mind Your Manners"

Posted by Ariel Borujow on 2012年10月15日 19:21:15 PDT

Ariel Borujow is chief engineer at Stadium Red, where he crafts mixes for artists ranging from Mac Miller to Madonna. In this Producers' Corner, Ariel shows us the process of mixing of EMI recording artist Chiddy Bang's "Mind Your Manners," with UAD Plug-Ins.

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How to Capture the '60s Soul Sound with UAD Plug-Ins

Posted by Steve Levine on 2012年8月20日 18:19:13 PDT
Producer and composer Steve Levine, most famous for his work on Culture Club’s studio albums, was commissioned to recreate the classic sound of 1960's soul. In order to capture the vibe of the era, Levine employed specialized vocal talent, '60s-era recording equipment, and even modern gear that embody vintage characteristics, including UAD Powered Plug-Ins. Read More