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
- [Voiceover] Hi, my name is J. Scott G, and welcome to Up and Running with the Universal Audio Apollo and UAD 2 Power Plug-ins. Universal Audio has been a pioneer in the music industry since 1958, creating legendary hardware compressors like the LA2A and the 1176, and eventually moving into the digital audio world. The Apollo and UAD 2 power plugins represent a new and exciting frontier. It gives you access to near-perfect emulations of classic vintage gear, along with an extensive arsenal of audio tools. In this course, we'll take a look at the Apollo interface and its connections, along with its setup and configuration.
We'll also dive into the core plugins that come bundled with the Apollo, like the 1176 and LA2A emulations, as well as a host of others. I'll be showing you how I've used these power plugins on the mixdown of a song, but I'll also be showing you other creative uses of these tools that will hopefully inspire new ideas for sound manipulation. So if you're ready to dive into the next evolution of digital audio, then get ready for Up and Running with the Universal Audio Apollo and UAD 2 power plugins.
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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