It doesn’t seem long since Cubase 6 hit the market, so it was an unexpected but pleasant surprise to encounter a relatively-fast upgrade — Cubase 6.5. At its core, you’re being treated to new synths, new guitar modelling tools, EQ and filtering functions and some nifty new tools for engineers, DJs and project users alike. Oh: and 64-bit Rewire, anyone? Todays quick tip is a discussion on the benefits of starting your mix in mono. Don’t touch a pan pot for as long as you can bear it! You’ll notice much more space in your mix as a result. Also, any phase issues will be much more apparent and easy to remedy. What do you think? Leave a comment.
All rights for this video belongs to Universal Audio ( ) Supporting and Promoting; Video Details for this article The Brainworx® bx_digital V2 EQ from UAD is an award-winning mastering EQ, named as the “Gear of the Decade” by Future Music Magazine. Universal Audio bx_digital V2 EQ offers three modes — M/S Mastering, M/S Recording, and L/R Stereo — with a unique “SixPack” Master Section, 11-band EQ with Shifter EQs to 22 kHz, and built-in M/S De-Esser, Dynamic EQ, and extensive metering options. An included bx_digital V2 Mono plug-in provides the same Mastering EQ — quality sound for [More]
Since many professional bass players are using the 610 preamp in on of it´s incarnations (Solo-610/LA-610…) I wanted to show the different gain settings in a direct comparison. Please don´t expect extreme sounds, I´m using a passive bass and I´ma drummer. More saturation can be achieved with active electronics. The second half of the video is also featuring the T4 optical compressor with it´s COMP and LIMIT settings – but here again I was in for the more subtle sounds, so I didn´t use much gain reduction.
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From: If you are still slaving around with a mouse while trying to make music you are doing yourself a disservice. Watch this video for Fab’s top, most best-est and life changerific shortcuts and workflow suggestions to turn SlowTools back into ProTools. Throughout the video, Windows users should pull a Jedi mind trick and hear [alt] instead of [option] [control] instead of [command] [start] instead of [control] These are wonderful times.
Jason De Wilde gives us another fascinating Micro Lecture/Tutorial on Pro Tools 8. This Tutorial focus’s on reverb. Jason is asenior management professional with Australian and international experience in managing Audio and Creative Media educational facilities. He has been involved in audio education since 1989, and is a freelance music producer/engineer with a wealth of studio experience. He also specialises in recording live performances & has recorded concerts for Dave Matthews, Jack Johnson, John Butler Trio, Cat Empire and the Wailers. Jason commenced working for the Australian Institute of Music in 2009 as a lecturer specialising in recording techniques [More] So, your brand new audio interface allows you to record audio at 24 bit 192 Khz! That’s fantastic! But, is it necessary? Will 192Khz audio get you more fans? Will it sell more records? Hmm… For what it’s worth, here’s my 2 cents.