Learn to Use Apollo Console
Apollo’s Console application is the key to unlocking Apollo's unique Realtime UAD Processing capabilities. It enables you to insert and control UAD plug-ins as well as route and monitor audio. The three-part video series by UA’s Technical Marketing Guru, Gannon Kashiwa, show you how to get up-and-running with Apollo’s powerful Console application, and shows you how how to get the most out of your Apollo system.
Apollo Console Part 1 (Getting Started)
Here, you can learn the basic concepts behind Console, and how its realtime analog workflow can greatly enhance your productions.
Apollo Console Part 2 (Console Sections)
This video takes a deeper dive into Console’s channel strip, monitoring, aux/send, and Control Room sections, as well as tracking in real time with UAD plug-ins and saving Channel Presets.
Apollo Console Part 3 (Expanded Systems, Flex, Driver)
In this in-depth video, learn about Console’s powerful Mixed Multi-Unit features and how to set up multiple units using Console’s Flex Driver.
— Gannon Kashiwa
Che Pope w/ Preservation Hall Jazz Band
In this Apollo Artist Session, Grammy-winning producer Che Pope (Kanye West, Lauryn Hill) was challenged to track New Orleans’ legendary Preservation Hall Jazz Band live, relying on the same tools and techniques used back in the 1960s.
Recording Lyrics Born with Apollo’s Unison™ Technology
We chatted with Hamilton about his hybrid analog/digital recording studio, how he implements UAD plug-ins and Unison technology in his workflow, and the session he produced at at Studio G, his multi-room Brooklyn recording facility, tracking hip-hop artist Lyrics Born.
Joel Hamilton w/ Lyrics Born
Watch producer/engineer Joel Hamilton (Tom Waits, Pretty Lights) record Lyrics Born through the Apollo interface and Unison™-enabled UAD Powered Plug-Ins as they perform the track, “Don't Change”