Bill welcomes you to the course and discusses General Concepts, Rack designer, how to add racks using the plugin object, browser presets and wrapping.
Patching & Instances7:28
In this video Bill explores patching connections through racks and how rack instances work when copying racks or dragging from presets.
Bill explains and demonstrates Wet & Dry, I/O Connections and Levels using stereo.
Bill demonstrates some examples of creating FX chains using included and 3rd party plugins.
Learn how to build a useful mono to stereo delay rack using two mono delay plugins.
See how to use any effect for parallel processing and learn some tips about managing the side effects of plugin latency when using parallel processing.
In this video Bill uses Racks to setup sidechain FX before using side chaining to lock the bass part to the kick.
Learn how to layer multiple virtual instruments using a plugin rack and MIDI routing.
Bill uses EZdrummer demonstrate how to configure a multi-output virtual instrument. Bill also demonstrates how to get each drum mic to a separate track.
Tracktion master Bill Edstrom is back with a power packed series on the "way cool" Plugin Racks unique to Tracktion. Mainly used as FX Chains or Channel Strips, you'll learn all about them and how to use them in different ways, upping your creativity and workflow.
Bill begins with a detailed Introduction which covers the General Concepts of Rack Designer, How to Add Racks using the Plugin Object, Browser Presets, and or Wrapping. Next up is Patching and Instances, which shows you How to Patch Connections through Racks, and How Rack Instances Work when Copying Racks or Dragging from Presets. Rack Properties are then revealed and you'll see How to Set Wet & Dry levels, Make I/O Connections and more.
Using FX Chains is then demonstrated, and you'll discover How to Create FX Chains Using Included and 3rd Party Plug-Ins. Bill then gives you some creative videos such as How to Build a Useful Mono to Stereo Delay Rack Using Two Mono Delay Plugins, Setting Up Parallel Processing, Sidechaining, and MIDI Layering to Create Huge Powerful Virtual Instruments.
Bill wraps up the series with a tutorial on How to Configure a Multi-Output Virtual Instrument (EZdrummer), including the steps to Get Each Drum Mic to a Separate Track! If you use Tracktion, Plugin Racks are an indispensable feature that you need to know all about. Don't spin your wheels any longer... watch "Tracktion Plugin Racks Explained" today!
Submitted 1 year ago
Explains a useful feature!
Tracktion Racks are a very useful thing, but are a bit hard to understand if you haven't had any guide, and this explains it all!
I am a: Professional, Musician
Submitted 1 year ago
great tutorials on how to use product , get you up and working fast
I am a: Musician, Hobbyist
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