Mixing Rock with the Antelope Audio Effects

Welcome to our brand new series presented by Alex Solano.

Alex Solano is an indie producer, sound engineer and an online product trainer. For the past several years he’s worked with a vast array of major audio companies. Alex has proven himself as an effective online educator. His simple and comprehensive videos have helped him gain a huge social media following. Antelope Audio is glad to have him on board for this series of tutorial videos.

1.

Setting up Pro-Tools for use with the Antelope Audio AFX

In the first video tutorial, Alex Solano will quickly and effectively guide you through the process of setting up your Antelope Audio interface to work with Pro-Tools. From routing via the dedicated unit control panel to setting up the inputs and outputs in the DAW – you’re all covered.

2.

Mixing Overheads with the Antelope Audio AFX

After seeing the previous video you already set up your Pro-Tools system and are now ready to get down to mixing. Alex will guide you through applying a some FPGA-powered vintage EQ and compression to get that vintage mojo we all love.

3.

Kick and Snare Mixed with the Antelope Audio AFX

Pro-Tools is already set up and running. Your overheads are where they should be but what’s a drum kit with no properly sounding kick and snare. Usually among the toughest jobs for an engineer, Alex is making this a breeze with the Antelope Audio FPGA FX.

4.

Mixing Toms with the Antelope Audio FPGA FX

In this video, Alex Solano will be your guide in our large and ever-growing collection of vintage EQs, Compressors and the powerful AuraVerb. He’ll show you how to make those Toms not only shine in your mix, but kick major a** – FPGA FX style.

5.

The Drum Bus – Mixing with the Antelope Audio AFX

After polishing the drums separately it’s now time to hear how they fit in the mix. Enjoy some Drum bus compression and EQ with the Antelope Audio FPGA FX.

6.

Session saving in the Antelope Audio Control Panel

The Antelope Audio software Control Panel allows you to save all settings as a separate preset file. Those can be recalled later and will spare you a lot of time. You can save and load anything from routing scenarios, FX racks, gain levels and reverb settings. It’s great we have a skilled educator as Alex Solano to show you how easy and convenient this preset saving function actually is.

We hope you enjoyed this series presented by Alex Solano.

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