A detailed overview of the new GUI on VCC 2.
Changes in VCC 2.04:11
A side by side comparison of VCC 1 vs VCC 2, exploring the differences between the two, and the features that have been added, or removed.
Meter Calibration Options2:12
An in depth look at the new Meter Calibration options in VCC 2, along with an overview of how to adjust them.
VCC 2 in Action12:39
An overview of using VCC 2 in a mix, using the different consoles, and grouping options for drums, guitars, and bass.
Storing a user Default in Pro Tools5:32
A quick tip for Pro Tools users, to get your mix up and running with VCC 2, in a pinch. (workflow is also applicable to other DAWs that support user presets).
An overview of the noise reduction button, its purpose, and general suggestions.
Explore the group bypass button, and how to use it properly, for A/B comparisons when auditioning VCC 2 setting on your tracks.
A detailed overview of the importance of setting optimum gain staging, to get the most out of VCC 2, and different workflows for doing so.
An overview of using VCC 2 on a Bass track, in parallel, for the purpose of adding some saturation and distortion to the original.
Slate Digital puts 6 classic analog consoles in your DAW, and studio guru Marcus Huyskens shows you how to use them! This series explores the significant difference between VCC 2.0 and the previous version, and how to make the most of the new plug-in version.
Marcus begins with an overview of the new GUI, comparing it to the previous GUI, and then explains the various Meter Calibration options new to VCC 2.0. From there, Marcus jumps right into using VCC 2 in a Mix, using different consoles and grouping options.
Since one of VCC's strength is it's ability to be recalled by your DAW, he shows you how to store default settings in Pro Tools. Then Marcus returns to the plug-in, exploring the Noise Reduction, Group Bypass, and Gain Staging in VCC 2.
Marcus wraps it up with a tutorial on creative uses for VCC 2 using a bass guitar track as his example. Whether a beginner or advanced Slate Digital VCC user, or you're just looking to see what a console plug-in could do for your tracks, watch "VCC 2.0 Explained" today!
Submitted 4 months ago
Really good, very basic overview of VCC 2. I found myself wanting a bit more, the creative uses video was good. A good introduction to the VCC.
I am a: Beginner, Hobbyist, Semi-Pro, Producer, Beat Maker, Logic Pro
Submitted 6 months ago
I am excited to be able to apply this to my future productions.
I am a: Semi-Pro, Professional, Musician, Producer, Sound for Film/TV, Digital Performer
Submitted 8 months ago
VCC is fairly quite simple plugin to use, but still I learnt few things from this tutorial, like VU meter calibration option. I only regret that there was no video about different console types, it would be nice to see photo of every one of them and hear some history or maybe technical details.
I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Ableton Live, Logic Pro, Studio One
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