Analog Models

What makes the SSL E and G channels different? Why – and when – choose one over the other? Take a detailed comparative look at these two legendary channel strip processors.

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Which channel strip plugin is Tony's go-to for fat, round R&B sounds and which does he prefer for more aggressive rock mixes? The legendary mix engineer (Beyoncé, David Bowie, Weezer) compares the two.

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Summing, whether analog or in the box, is one of the keys to getting a living, breathing, warm-sounding mix. In this masterclass, mixer Yoad Nevo (Sia) shares his deep knowledge of summing techniques.

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Watch how to give guitar and drum samples, synths and full mixes more reality, life and movement with the Abbey Road Vinyl plugin: Mixer Yoad Nevo (Sia) walks you through the plugin's features.

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Learn how to make your vocals pop out of the mix by chaining the CLA-2A plugin with another compressor: Tip by Graham Cochrane of the Recording Revolution.

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In this video, Graham Cochrane of the Recording Revolution shows you how to get the big, punchy sound of the SSL consoles by mixing an entire song with plugins from the SSL 4000 Collection.

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Go behind the scenes as we reveal what makes the legendary SSL console sound so special and how its sonic character was captured in the SSL 4000 Collection.

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Learn how to get a clearer mix with more presence by using this analog-modeled equalizer to mix vocals and guitars. Quick video tutorial with audio engineer/musician Eric Tarr.

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Watch how mixer Dave Darlington (Avicii, Sting) uses the Abbey Road Vinyl plugin to give a digital recording the lively, focused sound of a vinyl record.

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Add authentic vinyl qualities to your music with this plugin – a step-by-step model of the vinyl cutting, mastering and playback gear at Abbey Road Studios.

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