Producer's Corner

Dave Isaac's Tips for Widening Tracks with UAD Powered Plug-Ins

Posted by Mason Hicks on June 10, 2011 10:28:52 PM PDT

Three-time GRAMMY®-Winning producer and mix engineer Dave Isaac has applied his musical knowledge, programming skills, and engineering prowess to critically acclaimed projects spanning many musical genres. Marcus Miller, Luther Vandross, and Eric Clapton are but a few big names on a much bigger list of credits.

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The Glitch Mob Share Tips & Tricks on Using UAD-2 Plug-Ins

Posted by Mason Hicks on May 10, 2011 10:20:20 PM PDT

The LA-based Glitch Mob has made a name for themselves performing high-energy live shows with a hip-hop/electronic influence.  In this video, they give us a first-hand look at the way they used an arsenal of UAD Powered Plug-Ins while crafting their debut album, Drink The Sea.

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Jay Sean’s “Hit the Lights,” Mixed by Miles Walker with UAD-2 Powered Plug-Ins.

Posted by Miles Walker on April 26, 2011 12:07:46 AM PDT

Miles Walker mixes and produces records for some of today's most successful pop acts at Parhelion Recording using a UAD-2 QUAD DSP Accelerator.  In his own words, Miles explains how UA helps him make his pop vocals shine.

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DJ/Producer Josh One & Engineer Ian Boxill Get "After It" with the UAD-2

Posted by Josh One & Ian Boxill on March 14, 2011 11:11:11 AM PDT

Grammy-nominated DJ/Producer Josh One and Grammy-winning engineer Ian Boxill walk us through their grooving new single, "After It," featuring Julie Walehwa, Buff1, and a whole host of UAD Powered Plug-Ins. 

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Producer Fab Dupont Brings World-Class UA Hardware & Powered Plug-Ins to the World Cup Anthem

Posted by Mason Hicks on July 25, 2010 6:10:20 PM PDT

Fab Dupont, aka FabulousFab, has been playing, writing, producing, and mixing music on stages and in studios all over the world in cities like Paris, Boston, Brussels, Stockholm, London, and New York to name a few. Recently, at his FLUX Studios in the East Village of New York City, Fab has worked on tracks for/with/featuring Shakira, Freshlyground, Santigold, Mark Ronson and a slew of other artists.


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UAD Powered Plug-Ins: More Than Just Friends With Zoot Woman

Posted by Adam Blake on June 23, 2010 11:11:11 AM PDT

Zoot Woman is a pioneering electronic super-group with multiple UK and worldwide hits. The group consists of Adam Blake, Stuart Price, and Johnny Blake. Aside from Zoot Woman, Adam and Stuart have also gained acclaim doing remixes under the alias, Paper Faces — reworking songs by artists ranging from the Scissor Sisters and Chromeo to Madonna and more.

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Alan Meyerson Mixes the UAD Manley Massive Passive EQ into Hans Zimmer’s Film Scores

Posted by Marsha Vdovin on May 26, 2010 4:15:56 PM PDT

Mixing film scores for Hans Zimmer—one of Hollywood’s most sought-after film composers—sounds like a dream job, and Alan Meyerson is living that dream. Meyerson has always relied heavily on the Manley Massive Passive EQ to achieve that big, larger-than-life sound that draws us into big films such as Sherlock Holmes, The Dark Night, and Pirates of the Caribbean.

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Rock Royalty Ken Scott Records EpiK DrumS with the Trident A-Range

Posted by Marsha Vdovin on April 21, 2010 11:11:11 AM PDT

Ken Scott recorded and mixed some of my favorite David Bowie albums and the Beatles’ White Album, so I was a bit nervous about having dinner with this legendary engineer. But he quickly put me at ease with his charm and humor. Scott had his start in the ‘60s working as a tape op at Abbey Road Studios and from there went on to engineer and produce timeless songs, such as "I Am The Walrus," "Rocket Man," "Ziggy Stardust," "Walk on the Wild Side," and many others.

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Engineer Justin Gerrish Gives Vampire Weekend's Contra Some Bite.

Posted by Marsha Vdovin on February 24, 2010 11:11:11 AM PST

Justin Gerrish is collecting accolades for his work on the indie release of the moment, Contra by Vampire Weekend. Band member Rostam Batmanglij produced and co-mixed the album. Gerrish recorded most of the drums and mixed the record at Avatar Studios in New York City. Indie rock tinged with a world beat influence, Contra is faithful to the exciting sound of Vampire Weekend’s debut album, but maintains a fresh and experimental flavor all its own.

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