UBK slathers some Nigel Godrich-style warm, fuzzy, thick distortion on a fat little groove, and in the process show off his patented technique for determining the least amount of an effect that makes a meaningful difference.
If anyone knows why Vimeo is making this lovely 1920x1080 HD video look so blurry at identical resolution, please let us know!
Gregory Scott, aka 'ubk', shows off the latest piece of fiendish audio brilliance from Kush Audio, the Clariphonic Parallel Equalizer. Unlike any other eq on the planet, this one focuses exclusively on the mids, upper mids, and air bands, and allows the operator to dial in absurd amounts of smooth, effortless high frequencies with the flick of a switch and the turn of a knob.
This video has the Clariphonic strapped across the mix buss and shows what it does for acoustic, jazz, and pop/rock mixes. Like all Kush Audio gear, this eq sounds amazing on almost any source and is nearly impossible to screw up. The bonus: it sounds way more expensive than it actually is.
The man behind the UBK-1's revolutionary movement & texture generating character compressor hammers some polite drums into brutal submission using 3 simple presets. Combining subtle tightening with extreme crushing, the results defy conventional understandings of what is possible in-the-box.