Shape Your Tracks Like A Pro With Antelope Audio's Vintage EQs

Antelope Audio make some top end DSP-powered EQ plug-ins and here, Alex Solano shows you how to use them to shape and sweeten your tracks - beginning with drums.  

Antelope Audio is perhaps best known for its high end series of digital studio interfaces. But the company is equally adept at developing software, and its Vintage EQ series are some of the best in the business. Powered by the processors inside the hardware units, they recreate some of the best-loved hardware Equalizers in history.  

Antelope Audio 101: The Vintage EQs

In this short video, mixing engineer and producer Alex Solano takes you on a guided tour of the VEQ1A, which is a recreation of the Pultec EQP-1A. With a focus on simplicity of use, it's nonetheless a legendary and amazing-sounding module.  

Alex uses live sound examples to show you how this EQ module can be used to quickly and easily shape the sound and tone of a sound - in this case a drum part - applying different treatments to alter the effect. He demonstrates how to take advantage of the specific capabilities of the VEQ1A to get radically different results from the same audio track. Be sure to check out the rest of the videos in this course for a complete guide to Antelope Audio's DSP-powered Vintage EQs.  

Watch the full course Antelope Audio 101: The Vintage EQs in the Ask.Audio Academy | macProVideo | Ask.Video

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