Friedman Amplifiers by Brainworx Plug-In Collection Demo w/ Doug Doppler
The Friedman Amps Plug-In Collection for UAD-2 hardware and Apollo interfaces features two stunning emulations of Friedman’s high-end, boutique masterpieces. In this video, guitarist Doug Doppler takes you through the Friedman Amplifier plug-in's vast array of tone sculpting features.
UAD Wood Works by Sound Machine Plug-In Demo
The Sound Machine Wood Works plug-in for UAD-2 hardware and Apollo interfaces gives you exceptional studio microphone sound from any piezo-equipped acoustic guitar. In this short video, you'll see and hear the Wood Works plug-in used on various acoustic guitars.
Apollo Interfaces Basic Setup & Recording (Console 2.0) w/ Fab Dupont
Watch producer/engineer Fab Dupont (Jennifer Lopez, Mark Ronson) demonstrate basic setup, routing, and recording with UAD plug-ins in Apollo's Console 2.0 application. Featuring singer/songwriter Amber Skye.
Apollo Console 2.0 Part 1 (Getting Started)
Watch as UA's Technical Marketing Guru, Gannon Kashiwa, shows you how to get up-and-running with Apollo and Apollo 16's new Console 2.0 Application.
Apollo Console 2.0 Part 2 (Console Sections)
Here, UA's Technical Marketing Guru, Gannon Kashiwa, explains the signal flow of Apollo and Apollo 16's new Console 2.0 Application.
Apollo Console 2.0 Part 3 (Expanded Systems, Flex Driver)
In this in-depth video, UA's Technical Marketing Guru, Gannon Kashiwa, explains the powerful Mixed Multi-Unit features of Apollo and Apollo 16's new Console 2.0 Application.
Charlie Andrew Mixes Alt-J With UAD Plug-Ins
As the artful studio helmsman behind British folk-hop sensations Alt- J — and their 2012 Mercury Prize-winning album, An Awesome Wave — producer Charlie Andrew found himself the recipient of Britain’s Breakthrough Producer of the Year Award for 2013. Here, Andrew details how UAD Powered Plug-Ins helped shape Alt-J's latest album, This Is All Yours.
Apollo Artist Sessions Vol. V: Jacquire King & Robert Ellis
Watch producer/engineer Jacquire King (Tom Waits, Norah Jones), record Robert Ellis and his band performing "Good Intentions” at the Peter Nappi Leather Shoes and Goods store in Nashville through two first-generation Apollo QUAD audio interfaces and the 4-710d 4-Channel Mic Preamp.