UNFA Plugins Bundle 2018 WiN
TEAM V.R | 03 October 2018 | 36.39 MB
(Win32/64; AAX*, VST3, VST)
Mikron Delay has been inspired by the classic bucket brigade delays and tape delays of the past. We haven’t tried to emulate one of those classics in particular, but tried to capture the essentials of these devices that make them sound so incredibly fantastic. Instead of making the perfect emulation of one specific device that we admire, we made a ‘flexible vintage delay’: to give you the opportunity to use all the cool ‘tricks’ of those old machines to create your own old school tape or bucket brigade delay.
Deleight is a stereo multi tap delay processor based on late ’90s digital delays hardware processors. Deleight can deliver multiple delay-based effects, ranging from simple echoes to multi-voice choruses, flangers, doublers, early reverbs and more. Enable Loop mode to set Deleight as a looper device, with Speed and Reverse controls, to create special effects and textures.
Polaris is an echo/reverb plugin inspired by early hardware digital reverbs of the late 1970s and able to provide echo, ambience and reverb out of a single multitap delay line. When hardware digital reverbs came out to the market they were really expensive. Most manufacturers were already exploiting chains of comb and allpass filters (smoother reverbs, but expensive in both resources and chips), there were other techniques involving the use of a single multitap delay line to create a reasonable reverb while keeping the cost affordable. That idea is so simple yet powerful: you mix a bunch of unmodulated taps (Early Reflections) with the remaining modulated taps (Diffusion) to create a cheap but convincing reverb.
ECHOSON is the new weapon to unleash the creativity and bring to life new and original sounds. Many contemporary engineers use it on vocals, keyboards and drums to achieve a unique tone. ECHOSON, the revolutionary simulation of a legendary Drum Delay, originally manufactured by the Italian company Binson. ECHOSON goes beyond the mere simulation of the original unit, by adding features not available in the hardware. One of the main addition is the option to double the processor panel to have it working on a stereo pair of audio channels with cross-feedbacks between the channels. The original units have been manufactured in the ’60s and ’70s by an Italian company. They are currently in high demand thanks to their unique tone which adds a touch of personality to modern recordings.
A virtual analog effect inspired by classic bucket-brigade delays (bbd), but extended with modern features. We called our new baby “Colour Copy” because it can deliver the kind of colouration people still love in classic bbd units, but with a wider variety of colours. Colour Copy started life as the little delay unit called “Lyrebird” we built into Repro-1, but the sound was too good not to be developed further and become an fx plug-in.
Now, on each lesson, we will focus first on understanding how a particular plugin works theoretically, covering sliders, knobs and basic parameters. Then, you’ll see me use that plugin in order to solve common problems that usually present during mixing and production sessions. By the end of this course, you should be able to understand, know and apply both the plugins and the mixing concepts that will take your mixes to the next level. The ideal individual for this course is somebody who wants to write and produce his own music, whether you are an absolute beginner who’s never produced music before or a seasoned user who would like to take his working process to the next level. It’s also great for those who are just getting started with recording or even moving into Cubase from another piece of recording software.