UAD Tones & Techniques — Marshall 1962 Bluesbreaker
The Marshall 1962 Bluesbreaker plug-in is is the first emulation of the iconic 2x12 combo used on the landmark 1966 album, Blues Breakers with Eric Clapton.
In this UAD Tones & Techniques video, you’ll learn how to dial in the Marshall Bluesbreaker 1962 Plug‑In to quickly craft legendary sounds and textures.
Learn how to:
- Dial in clean tones chock full of rich harmonics
- Use Unison technology for authentic Bluesbreaker feel
- Tweak the plug-in’s Channel Strip feature for different mic tones
— Mason Hicks
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.
Know Your Marshalls
From its humble origins in a tiny London drum shop to its ubiquity today as the most recognizable and time-honored face of heavy rock, the Marshall brand is built on over 50 years of use by the players who’ve defined a genre.
Tracking Arcade Fire With
the Iconic UA 610 Console & Apollo
Learn how producer Steve Mackey (M.I.A., Florence and the Machine) used an original, and rare, Bill Putnam-designed UA 610 console — along with Apollo interfaces — on Arcade Fire's album, Everything Now.