Recording And Mixing With UAD Apollo – Part 2

In this free video tutorial Paul Drew tracks a vocal session through the UAD Apollo interface. Paul demonstrates how to use the Unison slots and inserts the amazing Manley Vox Box plug-in to achieve a smooth vocal tone. After trying the Vox Box Paul decides that some extra top end is needed to get that modern vocal sound, so he inserts the Maag eq4 plug-in and uses the Airband.

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