Antelope Audio 102
Classic Compressors
Genre: Audio
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Antelope’s classic compressors are authentic recreations of the most sought-after hardware compressors available on the market. See and hear these hardware-based effects in action with mix engineer and audio producer Alex Solano.
Alex Solano, of Pulsating Waves, is an Independent Producer/Engineer and YouTube personality who has drawn in his audience through music tech education.
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Status: Available | Released: May 31st, 2018
Thanks to their Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technology, Antelope’s hardware-based effects gives you access to accurate models of some of the most sought-after vintage effects without even taxing your computer CPU. In this course, you get an in-depth tour of all the Antelope vintage EQs, with lots of real-world musical examples.

First, Alex covers emulations of classic tube compressors from the 1950s, such as the ALT-436C, RCA BA-6A and the Fairchild 670. You see and hear them on drums, bass and guitar. Next, you get an overview and demonstration of the legendary 1176, including the infamous All-Buttons mode, and other compressors from the 1970s. You also learn about the SMT-100A (a classic compressor from the ’80s), the VCA160 (an emulation of the dbx 160), a recreation Empirical Labs’ Distressor (one of the most powerful and edgy compressors known to the audio world), and more…

So watch this music-driven course by audio expert Alex Solano, and learn to use Antelope's classic compressors on your mixes!
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