Groove3 bx_console N Explained TUTORIAL
Join recording guru Eli Krantzberg for a look at Brainworx’s Neve emulation: the bx_console N. Based upon the famous 72-channel Neve console housed at the Brainworx headquarters, the plugin accurately recreates the audio characteristics of the hardware, even down to the fact that no two channels sound exactly the same. In this bx_console N video course, Eli will walk you through the various sections of the console plugin, demonstrating how it all works and providing numerous examples so you can hear it in action on various sources. These videos are designed for new bx_console N users.
Eli welcomes you and begins with a bit of information about the plugin’s layout, along with some explanations about how the virtual gain, tolerance-modelling technology, and total harmonic distortion features do what they do. Then, he begins working through the various components, starting with the EQ section. You’ll hear how it sounds on a multi-tracked drum set in various configurations and then on several other sources, including electric bass, Rhodes, brass, and male lead vocal.
Next up, check out the Gate section and learn all about its side-chain and inverse gating capabilities, among others. The Dynamics section is covered last, where you’ll explore the various parameters and hear how it sounds on different sources, such as multi-track drums, bass, keys, brass, mix bus, vocals, and a gated pad.
If you’re looking to add some serious vibe to your DAW, the bx_console N is sure to do the trick. With this bx_console video tutorial course, you can be sure you’ll know how to go about getting the sounds and effects you want quickly and painlessly. See the descriptions for more information about each individual bx_console N video tutorial. Learn to liven up those tracks with some legendary mojo… watch “bx_console N Explained®” today!