Groove3 bx_saturator V2 Explained

Groove3 bx_saturator V2 Explained

If your mixes are lacking punch and vitality, then bx_saturator V2 is the plug-in for you. In this bx_saturator V2 video course, production expert Larry Holcombe walks you through all its features and parameters, showing you how it can be used to liven up stale-sounding tracks in a number of ways. By the end of the course, you'll know exactly how to quickly and painlessly get the same amazing results you want in your own productions. We designed these bx_saturator V2 videos for new users.

After welcoming you to the course, Larry gives a quick overview of the plug-in, including the interface layout and the concept of saturation in general, detailing many of the ways it can be a game-changer in audio production. Then he covers the Master section, where you'll find the XL and Drive controls, as well as other functions like Auto-solo.

Next, you will explore the mid and side panels, which enable you to apply multi-band saturation to the mid and side channels independently, providing a wide range of mix-shaping options. The rest of the bx_saturator V2 course covers the remaining features, which include the crossover and output sections for setting the crossover frequency in the mid and side signals, mixing and sound design ideas for demonstrating the plug-in on a basic arrangement to highlight some possible uses, mastering examples for using the plug-in in a mastering chain on a few tracks, and more!

This plug-in is extremely effective in transforming mixes in all the best ways, but a tool is only as powerful as its user's knowledge. With this course, you'll learn how to get awesome results every time, quickly, in a number of different applications.

Check out the individual bx_saturator V2 video tutorial descriptions for more information about what this plug-in can do. You're sure to find many uses for it in your own productions. Don't settle for lackluster tracks anymore... Watch "bx_saturator V2 Explained®" today!

What You Will Learn:

-Interface layout and general tips on saturation use in audio

-Adjusting the global XL (added harmonics) and Drive (distortion) parameters in the Master section

-Making detailed adjustments to the mid and side channels separately, including XL, Drive, and Gain for Hi and Lo bands in each

-Various sound design and mastering ideas on different sources and tracks

-And more!

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