UAD Tones & Techniques w/ 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.
Learn how to:
- Track through an authentic Marshall JMP 2203 emulation — with no latency
- Harness High and Low sensitivity inputs for varying clean/distorted textures
- Use Unison™ technology for authentic JMP 2203 feel
- Dial in the plug-in’s Channel Strip feature for multi-mic tones
— Mason Hicks
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