Join J. Scott Giaquinta for an in-depth discussion in this video CS-1 Precision Channel Strip, part of Up and Running with Universal Audio UAD-2/Apollo.
- The CS-1 Channel Strip was introduced…with a UAD-1 in the early 2000's.…It has the EX-1 Equalizer and Compressor,…the DM-1 Delay Modulator, and the RS-1 Reflection Engine…combined into one plugin.…These individual modules also come as separate plugins,…so you don't have to use the entire CS-1 Channel Strip…if you only need one particular effect,…or you want to put the individual modules…in a different order.…Let's start with the EX-1 EQ at the top.…This is a five-band EQ, each with it's own set of controls.…This works like most standard EQs,…with frequency, gain, Q, etcetera.…
I'll just go through a few of the settings here.…So each of these bands can be enabled or disabled…with these buttons at the top.…You have your gain, your frequency, your Q setting…and you have an enable or bypass switch for the module.…And, of course, an output knob.…So let's just play with something.…(steady drum beat)…And also, when you turn this to the right here,…and this works on both these channels,…it turns into a high-pass filter.…
AuthorJ. Scott Giaquinta
- Navigating the interface
- Configuring the Apollo Console
- Using the wordclock to ensure high-fidelity mixes
- Exploring the UAD core plugins, compressors, EQs, effects, processing units, and reverbs
Skill Level Beginner
1. UAD/Apollo Basics
2. Exploring the UAD Core Plugins
3. Exploring Additional Compressors and Equalizers (EQs)
4. Exploring Additional Delay and Modulation Effects
5. Exploring Special Processing Units
6. Exploring Additional Reverbs
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