UAD & Apollo Tips
UA Artist Tips & Tricks w/ The Glitch Mob & OTO BISCUIT 8‑bit Effects
Developed by Softube, and available exclusively for UAD-2 hardware and Universal Audio interfaces, the OTO BISCUIT 8‑bit Effects plug-in is an exacting emulation of both the digital and analog circuitry of the iconic hard-to-find hardware that lets you deconstruct with endless creativity and depravity.
Set Up Unison Technology with your Audio Interface
Everything you wanted to know about UA's Unison™ technology but were afraid to ask.
Learn to Use Console
The Console application is the key to unlocking your UA Audio Interface's unique Realtime UAD Processing capabilities, allowing you to insert and control UAD plug-ins, route and monitor audio, and more.
Set Up Your UA Interface With Your DAW
Everything you need to begin recording in real time with your audio interface and your favorite DAW. Learn how to set up your drivers, configure I/O and buffer settings, use the Console app for low latency monitoring and headphone mixes, and much more.
Apollo Studio Makeover: Creating a Multi-Unit Apollo Setup
In this video, watch producer/engineer Fab Dupont (Jennifer Lopez, Mark Ronson) install a multi-unit Apollo system and show you how to easily set it up with your DAW and record with UAD plug-ins in Console 2.0. Featuring the band DEDE.
UAD Tones & Techniques featuring the Marshall JMP 2203
The Marshall JMP 2203 plug-in is an exacting emulation of the legendary tube amp used by Jeff Beck, My Bloody Valentine, The Police, Anthrax, and more. In this UAD Tones & Techniques video, you’ll learn how to quickly craft modern crunch and expansive clean tones with the ultra-versatile Marshall JMP 2203 plug-in.
Optimizing your Windows Computer for Audio
Optimizing your PC for audio is simple and just a couple of settings can significantly improve performance. This video covers the basics of USB bus power, system sounds, Pro Tools AAX scanning and WDM/ASIO audio drivers on Windows computers.
Using Apollo Twin USB with Ableton Live (Full Version)
Here’s everything you need to get going with Apollo Twin USB and Ableton Live on a Windows computer. Set up the driver, configure I/O, learn the Apollo Console, low latency monitoring, headphones and more.