Groove3 Kush Plug-Ins Explained TUTORiAL
Do you use Kush Audio plug-ins? Well, DAW guru Michael Costa is back and this time he is taking on Kush Audio's UBK-1 motion generating compressor and the Clariphonic dual channel parallel EQ. Michael breaks down the interfaces and how these two amazing, analog sounding plug-ins can be used on several different types of instruments.
The series starts off with Michael giving an introduction and quick overview on the preset nature of the two plug-ins. Next, Michael digs in and explains the controls and interface of the UBK-1 compressor. After explaining the unique signal flow between the UBK-1's sections, Michael moves on to showing how this powerful plug-in can be used on drums, bass, acoustic guitar and on an entire mix.
Next its on to the Clariphonic EQ. Michael gives us the full tour of the interface, discussing each control in-depth. There are many possibilities when using the Clariphonic EQ and its presets, and over the next few videos Michael moves on to showing how this amazing EQ can be used on a snare, three channel drum mix, acoustic guitar and bass.
If you're going to use Kush Audio's UBK-1 & Clariphonic EQ, do it like a pro. Let Michael show you how to get the Kush analog experience, get "Kush Plug-Ins Explained" today.
11 Tutorials / 1 Hr 10 Min Total Runtime
For all beginner to intermediate Kush Plug-In users
Tutorials written by DAW and plug-in master Michael Costa
Simple to use video control interface for Mac & PC
Watch Online, Download, Stream to iPad, iPhone & iPod
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The heart and soul of electronic music is Bass. It pumps the speakers and warms the sound up so that it can be felt by your listener while they groove with your track.
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