The Glitch Mob Share Tips & Tricks on Using UAD-2 Plug-Ins
Comprised of production wizards edIT (Ed Ma), Boreta (Justin Boreta), and Ooah (Josh Mayer), The Glitch Mob has made a name for themselves performing high-energy live shows with a hip-hop/electronic influence, seamlessly incorporating vintage instruments and effects with modern laptops and MIDI controllers.
The Los Angeles-based electronic trio first won over fans by showcasing their chosen technologies during their performances and quickly gained attention in the Los Angeles and San Francisco underground music scenes. With no signs of slowing down, their reputation continues to grow — along with their tour dates and festival appearances worldwide.
The Glitch Mob was gracious enough to invite UA into their Silverlake studio for a first-hand look at the way they used an arsenal of UAD Powered Plug-Ins to craft their debut album, Drink The Sea. In this UA Artist Tips & Tricks video, edIT and Boreta demonstrate several signature Glitch Mob treatments for drums, synths, and ambience using their favorite compressors, reverbs, and effects. Enjoy!
— Mason Hicks
RAC Records 2020 Album with Apollo & UAD
Learn how Grammy-winning producer RAC uses UAD and Apollo to sculpt deep, expansive low end, how he uses distortion on drums, and why guitar is all over his latest album, BOY.
5-Min UAD Tips: dbx 160
In this 5-Minute UAD Tip, learn how to add parallel compression to drums, even out a bass part, and bring presence to acoustic guitars with the dbx 160 Compressor/Limiter.
Jacquire King w/ Jamie Lidell
In this Apollo Artist Session, watch producer/engineer Jacquire King (Kings of Leon, Tom Waits) record electronic soul singer Jamie Lidell and his band through the Apollo interface and Unison™-enabled UAD Powered Plug-Ins as they perform “Walk Right Back” at Nashville’s Blackbird Studio.