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You can add any number of effects to your recordings with the help of the right hardware and/or software. Continue reading for tips on how to get the effects you want and what you need to get it done.
If you’re feeling a bit unsure of your reverb levels and how they affect the other elements of the mix, here are some tips for turning down the spigot. You can always apply more reverb if you feel the subtle approach isn’t thrilling enough, but these suggestions should, at least, help you identify what “too much” is before you go overboard.
Which brings us to the UAD-2. Probably not that many EQ readers were recording when a typical studio was an MCI (or equivalent) 24-track tape recorder, a big mixer, and a rack of outboard gear. Sure, the mixer had EQ; but there were times you wanted that gentle, strange curve that only an old Pultec could deliver, or a beat-up limiter with an optical response—hence the rack o' gear.
Here are some pieces of music instruments. If you are a music fan, this is right for you. Read on and get more information.
The APC20 controller for Ableton Live 7/8 is the APC40’s little brother. Compared to the APC40 there’s no crossfader, footswitch inputs, or the 16 dedicated rotary controls for sends and devices, but some clever workarounds give more than you might expect. A Shift option allows the nine faders (which default to volume) to control pan, three banks of sends, or three banks of user-defined options; you also get something the APC40 doesn’t have—a Note mode for playing instruments from the clip buttons.
The next generation of IK’s cross-platform VST/AU/RTAS/standalone AmpliTube modeling software, with a ton of emulations: 51 stompboxes/effects, 31 amp/preamp/power sections, 46 cabinet models, 15 virtual mics with virtually unlimited miking options, and 17 post-amp “studio” rack effects that help create a “produced” sound.
T-Rex Effects has added a second distortion channel to its original Mudhoney to create the MUDHONEY II. Each channel has 4 controls (Gain, Level, Tone, and Boost), and features the same Boost function from the original pedal. Read on for more information.
Developed in collaboration with the renowned sound design house Heavyocity and powered by the industry-leading KONTAKT engine, EVOLVE MUTATIONS 2 includes a further arsenal of highly expressive instruments, rhythms and ambiences that can add profound depth and impact to any dramatic piece of music. Read on.
Scarbee Vintage Keys is a set of software instruments that provide highly expressive and authentic renditions of the most legendary electric pianos. SCARBEE VINTAGE KEYS features the most revered electric pianos of the 60s and 70s, dubbed MARK I, A-200, CLAVINET and PIANET, all based on carefully recorded 24-bit sample material.
Lexicon has introduced the PCM92 Stereo Reverb/Effects Processor. The PCM92 utilizes the latest DSP technology and the finest collection of classic Lexicon algorithms to offer the ultimate processor for live and studio applications. The PCM92 delivers 28 mono and stereo reverbs, delays, and modulation effects, flexible routing configurations, and a comprehensive library of over 700 factory presets.
The V-Piano offers two distinct types of piano modeling: Vintage and Vanguard. Vintage replicates the sound of the world’s finest acoustic pianos, while Vanguard allows the pianist to create new and innovative instruments beyond the limitations of the traditional acoustic piano.