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u-he presswerk

u-he Presswerk Introduction #gettingstarted

May 6, 2020

This 20-minute introductory video by Ronan Macdonald explains the six special ‘views’ in u-he Presswerk, and how to use them in practice. It also mentions the new unified configuration page.

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Creative Remixing using Hit'N'Mix Inifinity

Creative Remixing with Hit’n’Mix Infinity

May 5, 2020

Learn how to use Hit’n’Mix Infinity for creative remixing using a combination of different rips and samples. Download a free trial today.

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u-he diva tutorial series

u-he Diva Tutorial Series #gettingstarted

April 28, 2020

Get started using u-he Diva with this 5 part tutorial series that covers distortion, Glide 2, brass bounce, PMW and LFO Recursion.

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waves playlist rider

How to Auto-Level Multiple Audio Sources: Waves Playlist Rider #gettingstarted

April 23, 2020

Playlist Rider is a set-and-forget volume management plugin that balances the audio levels of different sources (host, guest, music playlists) automatically and in real-time.

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u-he bazille tutorial

u-he Bazille Tutorial #gettingstarted

April 21, 2020

Watch how to put a track together in 2 minutes with this u-he Bazille tutorial.   Bazille The second spawn of the Berlin Modular project, Bazille is a large polyphonic modular system with digital (PD, FM based) oscillators, multimode filters and plenty of modulation options. With so much connectivity to explore, patching in Bazille should…

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u-he ace tutorial series

u-he ACE 4 Part Tutorial Series #gettingstarted

April 21, 2020

Dan Worrall gives you an in-depth introduction to u-he ACE, a powerful synth with tools and features ready for beginners or seasoned users.

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Mastering in Dolby Vision™ - Part 1 - Flame 2021

Mastering in Dolby Vision™ – Part 1 – Flame 2021

April 17, 2020

In this series, we are going to cover how to master Dolby Vision™ deliverables which have been introduced in the Flame 2021 products.

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Nugen Audio How to Master for Streaming

How to Master for Streaming with NUGEN Audio MasterCheck

April 16, 2020

Get your tracks ready for streaming services with Nugen Audio MasterCheck in your workflow. Optimizing your tracks is extremely important for distribution.

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u-he colour copy tutorial

Introduction to u-he Colour Copy #gettingstarted

April 14, 2020

In this 2 part tutorial series, Ronan Macdonald introduces u-he Colour Copy and gives an overview of its features and functionality.

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u-he hive tut

Introduction to u-he Hive #gettingstarted

April 14, 2020

In this 10 part tutorial series, Ronan Macdonald introduces the basic features and functions in u-he Hive.

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u-he repro-1 tutorial series

Introduction to u-he Repro-1

April 14, 2020

In this 4 part tutorial series Dan Worrall introduces you to Repro-1 and gives you an overview of the features and functionality.

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crumplepop rustleremoverai

CrumplePop RustleRemover AI #gettingstarted

April 7, 2020

CrumplePop RustleRemover AI detects and removes microphone rustle noise from audio. Tutorials for FCPX, Premiere Pro, Resolve, and Audition.

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CrumplePop Levelmatic for Audition lets you dynamically adjust playback levels so that no part sounds too loud or too quiet.

CrumplePop Levelmatic for Audition #gettingstarted

April 7, 2020

CrumplePop Levelmatic for Audition lets you dynamically adjust playback levels so that no part sounds too loud or too quiet.

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Crumplepop levelmatic for Davinci Resolve

CrumplePop Levelmatic for Davinci Resolve #gettingstarted

April 7, 2020

CrumplePop Levelmatic for Davinci Resolve lets you dynamically adjust playback levels so that no part sounds too loud or too quiet.

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CrumplePop Levelmatic for Premiere Pro

CrumplePop Levelmatic for Premiere Pro #gettingstarted

April 7, 2020

CrumplePop Levelmatic for Premiere Pro lets you dynamically adjust playback levels so that no part sounds too loud or too quiet.

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