An overview of the plug-ins we'll learn about in this series
A walk through of the process of registering, installing and authorizing your Waves software.
Learn about the parameters and controls in this channel strip version of the TG12345 console.
Compare the stereo version of the plug-in to the mono version we learned about in part 1. Hear some examples of the plug-in in action.
Learn the basics of using this plug-in to emulate tape saturation and listen to the effect.
Explore the additional features of this plug-in, including wow, flutter and delay.
Learn about the legendary console, its features and controls, and listen to examples of the plug-in in use.
Discover the later generation of REDD consoles and hear them in action.
Here we learn about ADT; how it works, and how this plug-in not only emulates but enhances the traditional process. Explore Reel ADT as well as Reel ADT2V.
Learn the controls and parameters of this EQ, then hear how good the 'curvebender' sounds.
Discover how the personal microphones of British Royalty work and sound.
Learn about the plug-in toolbar found in every Waves plug-in.
If you ever wished you could record in world famous Abbey Road Studios in London, studio expert Todd Tatnall takes you there virtually, in his latest series, “Waves Abbey Road Collection Explained”! Todd goes through each plug-in in the collection, meticulously modeled from Abbey Road’s own famous hardware and shows you how to use it and get that classic sound.
Todd begins by giving you an overview of all the “virtual gear” in the Abbey Road collection. After showing you how to install and register your Waves bundle, he starts with the EMI TG12345 Channel Strip. Next, he moves to the J37 Tape plug-in, which faithfully emulates Tape Saturation, Wow & Flutter, and Delay.
Moving on, Todd now reveals the amazing console plug-ins, the REDD 17 and RED 37-51! From there, he explores REEL ADT and Reel ADT2V, where he shows you how to use Waves’ Automatic Double Tracking Plug-In. Next up, the RS56 Passive EQ with its “Curvebender” mode, and the King’s Microphones, an emulation of the British Royalty’s own mics.
Todd ends the series with a look at the WaveSystem Toolbar, a constant in every Waves plug-in. Whether you’re a longtime user, or looking to add a unique and powerful collection of plug-ins to your studio, watch “Waves Abbey Road Collection Explained” today and get that classic sound!
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