Join J. Scott Giaquinta for an in-depth discussion in this video Navigating the UAD Meter, part of Up and Running with Universal Audio UAD-2/Apollo.
- Once you get everything properly connected,…the UAD software installed, and your system…registered with Universal Audio, you should be ready…to get started.…The first you'll want to do is check out the UAD meter…in Control Panel application.…The app is automatically added to your doc…when you run the UA installer.…If you don't see them in the doc,…you can go to Applications, Universal Audio,…and you'll see the UAD meter in Control Panel app,…as well as the Console app, which we'll get to in a bit.…In the doc, you'll notice that these two icons…look very much alike.…Let's launch the UAD meter and Control Panel.…
Let's start with the blue UAD button here.…Clicking this opens the Plug-ins Panel.…It also has the same function as selecting Plug-ins…from the Control Panel drop-down menu.…We'll get to this page later.…To the right of the UAD 2 button are the resource gauges.…The first meter displays DSP Load,…which is the average load across the total amount…of processors in your UAD system.…This is useful when deciding which UAD plug-ins to load,…
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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