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Boz Digital Labs Plug-Ins Explained® Vol 1

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Chapter 1 : Imperial Delay

  • The Imperial Way 5:31

    The Imperial Way

    Discover the six different delay modes the Imperial Delay engine is built on.

  • The Royal Kingdom Pt. 1 4:54

    The Royal Kingdom Pt. 1

    Explore the extended Distortion and Dynamic Feedback parameters.

  • The Royal Kingdom Pt. 2 4:47

    The Royal Kingdom Pt. 2

    Discover how the Modulation and Smear parameters affect the generated repeats.

  • The Crown Jewels Pt. 1 4:26

    The Crown Jewels Pt. 1

    Hear how the Colour, Pitch, & Chorus controls effect the sound of the generated repeats.

  • The Crown Jewels Pt. 2 3:53

    The Crown Jewels Pt. 2

    Learn to use the built in Ducking Compressor, and how to manage user presets.

Chapter 2 : Manic Compressor

  • The Manic Compressor Interface 7:24

    The Manic Compressor Interface

    Explore the interface and learn how all of the controls work.

  • Manic Drums 7:14

    Manic Drums

    Watch and listen as Manic Compressor is used on a kik drum, snare drum, and drum bus.

  • Imperial Manic Vocals 5:52

    Imperial Manic Vocals

    Hear Manic Compressor in action along with Imperial Delay on a lead vocal, and then on the reverb return with the lead vocal feeding the side chain input.

  • Manic Mix Bus 3:00

    Manic Mix Bus

    See how the Manic Compressor is used in a more controlled manner for parallel compression on a full mix.

Chapter 3 : T-Bone

  • T-Bone Walkthrough 5:46

    T-Bone Walkthrough

    Discover how this slant EQ is used to make broad tone shaping adjustments to your tracks.

  • T-Bone in Action 4:10

    T-Bone in Action

    Hear how this tilt EQ, along with it’s resonant hi and lo pass filters, is used individually on drums, bass, electric piano, and brass.

Product Overview

This collection of video tutorials explore Boz Digital Labs’ cutting edge plug-ins. Studio pro Eli Krantzberg is your guide, covering this group of awesome plug-ins inside and out.

Eli begins the series with the Boz Imperial Delay, and demonstrates each of the six different delay modes. He then reveals the extended distortion and dynamic feedback parameters, covering them inside and out.

After that, Eli demonstrates how the modulation and smear parameters affect the generated repeats. The color, pitch, and chorus controls are then directed, and how they also effect the generated repeats. Lastly, Eli teaches you how to use the built-in ducking compressor and manage user presets.

The Manic Compressor is next, and Eli begins with an exploration of its interface, and demonstrates how to use it as a drum compressor, both on individual drums and the drum bus. Next, he shows you how to use Manic Compressor and Imperial Delay in tandem on a lead vocal. You’ll also see how to use Manic Compressor on the master bus to compress an entire mix.

Finally, Eli walks you through the Boz T-Bone, a very creative EQ, showing you how to use the Slant EQ and Tilt EQ with its resonant filters individually on drums, bass, piano, and other instrument sources.

If you’re new to mixing and are looking for some creative tools, or an existing user of Boz Digital Labs plug-ins, don’t miss “Boz Digital Labs Plug-Ins Explained Vol. 1”. Check it out today!

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