SSL's plugins are the envy of many producers, famed for their power and unique sound. In this short video from the course Solid State Logic 101: SSL Duende Native, Alex Solano shows you a practical example of using the Oxford EQ processor to delicately sculpt and shape a piano track. Exploring the various boost and cut controls, he shows how to get complete control over your signal.
You'll see how to use the bell, sweep, boost and gain controls to craft the perfect tone, blending frequencies until you get the right results. Although this plugin is particularly powerful, the techniques on display can be applied to almost any EQ plugin, and similar end results achieved. Be sure to check out the rest of the videos in the course for much more on these powerful processors.
Solid State Logic 101: SSL Duende Native
When a company like Solid State Logic (SSL) makes their legendary sound available to anybody with a DAW, we’ve got to pay attention. This amazing Duende Native bundle does exactly that... and we’ve got trainer Alex Solano here giving them all the attention they need! This example-filled course reveals what these plugins do, explains why you would use them and then shows you HOW to use them.
Learn the Classics:
Channel Strips, Filters, EQs, Gate/Expanders and Compressor/Limiters
Experience the X-Models:
X-Verb, X-Phase, X-EQ, X-Comp, X-ValveComp and X-Saturator
Alex concludes this course with tutorials on the the Special Processors: the Drumstrip and the Vocalstrip. So sit back, put on your earbuds and see how to get that famous SSL sound in this Duende Native course with audio expert Alex Solano.