• SSL G-Channel or E-Channel? Comparison with Tony Maserati

    Which plugin is Tony's go-to for fat R&B sounds and which does he prefer for in-your-face rock'n'roll? The legendary mix engineer (Beyoncé, David Bowie, Weezer) gives his verdict. Learn More: https://www.waves.com/ssl Music: “Idea of Her” by Whitney Woerz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAYMFwjoWy8 https://www.facebook.com/Whitney-Woerz-181978461833414

    published: 05 Sep 2017
  • The Difference Between the SSL E-Channel and G-Channel

    Sample packs, banks, project files & more: ►http://sadowickproduction.com/ Support me: ►Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/Sadowick ►Paypal Donation: http://goo.gl/VIITd My Other Channels: ►Talking & Vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcytGXAiVHQhUZXJBK_AmSA Social Links: ►http://twitter.com/sadowick ►http://facebook.com/sadowick.official ►http://soundcloud.com/sadowick

    published: 06 Jan 2017
  • Mixing With Mike Plugin of the Week: Waves SSL G Channel

    This video is from the "Mixing With Mike" live online classes every Wednesday evening @ 7PM US Eastern time. All live classes may be attended for FREE! Go to mpginsider.com and click on the Mixing With Mike graphic for details on how to attend.

    published: 17 Sep 2015
  • McDSP Channel-G

    Colin McDowell demonstrates the Channel-G analog console plug-in designed for the Avid ICON control surface. Learn more at http://mcdsp.com/plug-ins/channel-g/ Even if you don't have an ICON, Channel-G is a great sounding plug-in that gives you easy to use 5 bands of EQ, a dynamics section and the ability to control the signal flow though the plug-in. Channel-G also has the famous "Knee" control that allows you to dial up the responses of classic gear from Neve, SSL, API and Teletronics. Channel-G also has a EQ mode control that allows you to quickly dial-up the sounds of Neve, API, SSL and other at the touch of a button.

    published: 09 Jul 2011
  • MCDSP Channel G overview Part 1

    Today I am basically just talking about one of my favorate plugins and the things it offors

    published: 25 Apr 2015
  • How to Mix w/ Waves SSL G-Channel and E-Channel Plugins

    Learn compression: http://learncompression.com Learn to mix hip-hop: http://mixinghiphop.com Improve your ears: http://quiztones.com Mixing tips: http://theproaudiofiles.com An overview of routing and mixing tips for the waves SSL E-Channel and G-Channel strip plugins. --- The G-Channel EQ module delivers the original hardware's characteristic pre-boost dip, pre-cut rise, and broad Q for extreme frequency manipulation. The Dynamics section features soft-knee compression and limiting, a gate/expander, and automatic makeup gain for rock steady output levels. Together, they deliver the one-of-a-kind sound and convenient routing flexibility that have made the SSL G-Series console a control room classic. --- The SSL E-Channel delivers the incomparable sound of the Solid State Logic 4000-s...

    published: 16 Jan 2014
  • Mix Tutorial: Waves SSL G-Channel Strip Plugin

    Learn compression: http://learncompression.com Learn to mix hip-hop: http://mixinghiphop.com Improve your ears: http://quiztones.com Mixing tips: http://theproaudiofiles.com An overview of the Waves G-Channel Strip Plugin. --- Transcript: Using Waves SSL G-Channel Strip & G Master Buss Compressor to mix a multitrack drum recording. These plugins as part of the Waves SSL 4000 Bundle. They're PCM Mac platform compatible. They support TDM, RTAS, Audiosuite, VST, and AU plugin formats. There is mono and stereo versions of the plugin. You can use these on sessions up to 96 kHz and up to a 24-bit depth. I have 7 tracks of recorded audio from microphones: I have a kick in mic, kick out, snare top, snare bottom, stereo pair of overheads, stereo pair of rooms. And then I have an audio track...

    published: 17 Jun 2013
  • Channel G Compact Overview (McDSP Plug-Ins Explained)

    Learn how the controls and interface of this plug-in work, including the unique compressor input options, knee modeling, flexible routing, switchable EQs, and the various EQ modes that model the response and calibration of hardware EQs You can purchase these videos here: http://www.groove3.com/str/Mc-DSP-Plug-Ins-Explained.html

    published: 13 Mar 2013
  • Channel Nassif - Modern G/W Company (Deck Tech & Matches)

    Grind out your opponent with the most value-laden creature deck in Modern! Match 1: 09:38 Match 2: 58:59 Match 3: 01:19:08 Match 4: 02:08:13 Match 5: 02:35:34

    published: 26 Dec 2017
  • McDSP Track Talk with Jun Murakawa-Channel G

    Jun Murakawa (Buckcherry, Ronnie Wood, Nine Inch Nails, Paul Gilbert) continues his demo with Channel G and how to use a sample kick as a better trigger for the gate on a live drum kick.

    published: 28 Jul 2014
  • Channel PMayne - G/B Eldrazi Rock (Deck Tech & Matches)

    Pascal's looking for a home for Emrakul, the Promised End in Modern, and threw together this G/B Rock build to test it! Deck list: http://www.channelfireball.com/videos/channel-pmayne-modern-gb-eldrazi-rock Match 1: 14:11 Match 2: 45:25 Match 3: 01:14:10 Match 4: 01:36:32 Match 5: 01:55:08

    published: 11 Dec 2017
  • McDSP Channel G Tony Daniels

    published: 14 Mar 2015
  • English vocabulary: Hello Channel G

    English vocabulary: Hello Channel G

    published: 20 Feb 2017
  • Mii Channel (Acapella) - Tsuko G. Cover

    My Acapella version of the Mii Channel Theme. I suddenly got nostalgic of Kazoo'd and Smooth McGroove recently, so here's my take. :p ~ DOWNLOAD LINKS ~ ►iTunes: https://apple.co/2EZNMAk ►Google Play: https://goo.gl/kSQGBi ►Amazon: http://a.co/dl0QWAi ►Spotify: (In a couple of hours!) ~ Integral work by Tsuko G. ~ ► Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TsukoG ► Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/tsukog/ ► Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TsukoG Hope you like it. :) --------------------------------------------- As usual, please let me know in the comment section what song you would like to see covered in my channel. I'm counting on you. ;)

    published: 21 Jan 2018
  • Channel Corey - G/W Bogles (Deck Tech & Matches)

    Watch Corey pilot the deck from this week's article: https://www.channelfireball.com/articles/get-slippery-bogled/ Match 1: 05:39 Match 2: 27:06 Match 3: 45:29 Match 4: 49:52 Match 5: 01:19:43

    published: 16 Dec 2017
  • McDSP Channel-G Compact

    Colin McDowell demonstrates the Channel-G compact analog console modeling plugin. Learn more at http://mcdsp.com/plug-ins/channel-g-compact/ Channel-G compact provides all the same advanced signal path editing features of Channel-G, the analog modeling features in the compressor and equalizer, only it has four bands of EQ and has a smaller DSP footprint.

    published: 09 Jul 2011
  • McDsp Channel G Review and Tutorial by Little Fish Audio

    A tutorial for McDsp Channel G Review and Tutorial by Little Fish Audio. http://www.littlefishaudio.com/mcdsp-channel-g-v5-native.html Visit our Store for pricing on everything we talked about in this video: http://www.littlefishaudio.com Subscribe for more.

    published: 05 Aug 2014
  • Channel Pardee - Standard U/G Pummeler (Deck Tech & Matches)

    U/G Pummeler offers something that's hard to find in this Standard format: a favorable Temur matchup. http://www.channelfireball.com/videos/channel-pardee-standard-ug-pummeler Match 1: 02:46 Match 2: 13:34 Match 3: 33:15 Match 4: 43:59

    published: 13 Dec 2017
  • McDSP Channel-G Surround

    Colin McDowell demonstrates the Channel-G Surround 5.1 compressor. Learn more at http://mcdsp.com/plug-ins/channel-g-surround/ Channel-G allows you to assign the key signal for each of the 6 channels independently. This allows you to concentrate on the dialog center channel by having it compress the other channels in the surround sound mix. A big time saver.

    published: 09 Jul 2011
  • はむはむソフト C93 10周年記念CD「Sound channeL G」全曲紹介ムービー

    http://hamham.sc/ こんばんは、はむはむソフトです。 コミックマーケット93にて販売される オールボーカル・コンピレーションアルバム 「Sound channeL G」(サウンドチャンネルジー)の 全曲紹介ムービーです!

    published: 01 Dec 2017
  • Channel Eleven - G Classification Advisory (2013)

    Shown before the Eleven encore of the 'Sound of Change' concert. Channel Ten version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsZw5ISPXZc

    published: 07 Jun 2013
  • Cómo Utilizar los Ecualizadores SSL (G-EQ E-Channel y G-Channel) [ProduceAudio.net]

    ►► descarga el e.book aquí http://eepurl.com/df2-KH ►► Descripción: En el video de hoy veremos un review de los plug ins de Waves SSL, tres ecualizadores que emulan los módulos hardware de las mesas de mezclas analógicas SSL 4000. En el video, veremos todos los botones, parámetros y usos de los tres módulos: el G EQ, el E-Channel y el G-Channel, estos dos últimos con sus secciones dinámicas de compresor, puerta de ruido y fader out y sus conmutaciones de side chain y cambio de ruteo del fujo de señal. Y recuerda que puedes descargar el e-book "EXPRIME TUS PLUG INS AL 100%" de forma gratuita donde aprenderás distintas técnicas para extraer el 100% del potencial de cualquiera de tus plug ins. ►► descarga el e.book aquí http://eepurl.com/c8xmqr ►► =================================== ...

    published: 22 Nov 2017
  • Channel Nassif - Standard R/G Ramp (Deck Tech & Matches)

    If beating Mono-Red is level 1, beating the decks that beat Mono-Red is level 2. Enter R/G Ramp. Match 1: 04:18 Match 2: 37:03 Match 3: 01:18:59 Match 4: 01:42:04 Match 5: 01:53:26 For more Magic: The Gathering strategy content head to ChannelFireball.com

    published: 09 Aug 2017
  • Chill Computer Guy Express Quick Tips: SSL G Channel Review

    Being familiar with the SSL consul really helped me appreciate this masterfully laid out plug-in workflow at its finest. First time ever SSL G series channel strip plug-in $29 gotta get this one. Great plug-in to put on every channel strip. http://www.waves.com/plugins/ssl-g-channel Please comment or give a thumbs up. And If you haven't already please subscribe. Below is a special link to my other YouTube channel. You can even check out my sound cloud. Thanks for watching. https://www.youtube.com/user/Jeremywchilds1975 https://soundcloud.com/grouthead https://www.facebook.com/jeremywchilds

    published: 05 Sep 2017
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SSL G-Channel or E-Channel? Comparison with Tony Maserati

SSL G-Channel or E-Channel? Comparison with Tony Maserati

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  • Updated: 05 Sep 2017
  • views: 31910
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Which plugin is Tony's go-to for fat R&B sounds and which does he prefer for in-your-face rock'n'roll? The legendary mix engineer (Beyoncé, David Bowie, Weezer) gives his verdict. Learn More: https://www.waves.com/ssl Music: “Idea of Her” by Whitney Woerz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAYMFwjoWy8 https://www.facebook.com/Whitney-Woerz-181978461833414
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The Difference Between the SSL E-Channel and G-Channel

The Difference Between the SSL E-Channel and G-Channel

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  • Updated: 06 Jan 2017
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Sample packs, banks, project files & more: ►http://sadowickproduction.com/ Support me: ►Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/Sadowick ►Paypal Donation: http://goo.gl/VIITd My Other Channels: ►Talking & Vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcytGXAiVHQhUZXJBK_AmSA Social Links: ►http://twitter.com/sadowick ►http://facebook.com/sadowick.official ►http://soundcloud.com/sadowick
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Mixing With Mike Plugin of the Week: Waves SSL G Channel

Mixing With Mike Plugin of the Week: Waves SSL G Channel

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  • Updated: 17 Sep 2015
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This video is from the "Mixing With Mike" live online classes every Wednesday evening @ 7PM US Eastern time. All live classes may be attended for FREE! Go to mpginsider.com and click on the Mixing With Mike graphic for details on how to attend.
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McDSP Channel-G

McDSP Channel-G

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  • Updated: 09 Jul 2011
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Colin McDowell demonstrates the Channel-G analog console plug-in designed for the Avid ICON control surface. Learn more at http://mcdsp.com/plug-ins/channel-g/ Even if you don't have an ICON, Channel-G is a great sounding plug-in that gives you easy to use 5 bands of EQ, a dynamics section and the ability to control the signal flow though the plug-in. Channel-G also has the famous "Knee" control that allows you to dial up the responses of classic gear from Neve, SSL, API and Teletronics. Channel-G also has a EQ mode control that allows you to quickly dial-up the sounds of Neve, API, SSL and other at the touch of a button.
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MCDSP Channel G overview Part 1

MCDSP Channel G overview Part 1

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  • Updated: 25 Apr 2015
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Today I am basically just talking about one of my favorate plugins and the things it offors
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How to Mix w/ Waves SSL G-Channel and E-Channel Plugins

How to Mix w/ Waves SSL G-Channel and E-Channel Plugins

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  • Updated: 16 Jan 2014
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Learn compression: http://learncompression.com Learn to mix hip-hop: http://mixinghiphop.com Improve your ears: http://quiztones.com Mixing tips: http://theproaudiofiles.com An overview of routing and mixing tips for the waves SSL E-Channel and G-Channel strip plugins. --- The G-Channel EQ module delivers the original hardware's characteristic pre-boost dip, pre-cut rise, and broad Q for extreme frequency manipulation. The Dynamics section features soft-knee compression and limiting, a gate/expander, and automatic makeup gain for rock steady output levels. Together, they deliver the one-of-a-kind sound and convenient routing flexibility that have made the SSL G-Series console a control room classic. --- The SSL E-Channel delivers the incomparable sound of the Solid State Logic 4000-series console's all-discrete design and its Class A, VCA chip. It's a slice of the world's greatest hitmaking machine, in your computer. The equalization section of the SSL E-Channel is based on the renowned Black Knob equalizer, developed in 1983 with legendary producer George Martin. It features a High Pass Filter, Low Pass Filter, and a four-band parametric equalizer. The dynamics section features a soft-knee compressor/limiter and an expander/gate modeled on the SSL LS611E. Like the original, it can be placed before or after the equalization section, and makeup gain is automatically applied to maintain a steady output level. Software: - Avid Pro Tools - Waves SSL G-Channel Strip Plugin - Waves SSL E-Channel Strip Plugin Transcript excerpt: The Waves SSL E-Channel Strip and G-Channel Strip are some of the most popular plugins for mixing, and for good reason. They sound great, they can also be used as an all-in-one effects processing unit. One thing that might be overlooked when first using the plugins is the internal routing options. These options change the order of the various sections of the plugins. There are 3 sections: one section is the filters section, which consists of a high pass and low pass filter. Another section is the 4-band equalizer, and the last section is the dynamics section which consists of the compressor and expander/gate. Internal routing options can be used to change the order of these sections such as putting your equalizer before you dynamics section. Or put you dynamics section before you equalizer. You can also use the internal routing options to do more advanced techniques such as de-easing. I have a multitrack drum recording with consists of several different microphones on the drum kit. I have kick drum over here, snare drum, toms, overhead and a couple room mics. [drums] On some of the tracks I've inserted the E-Channel Strip and on other ones I've inserted the G-Channel strip. I'll start with my kick drum track and E-Channel Strip. I've got it in it's default settings, and the default routing is to first start out with the dynamics section then go into my filter section, and finally the EQ section. What I'm doing here is just a little bit of compression and then the expander/gate, then I'm going into the filter section which has a high pass starting around 40 Hz, and then a low pass around 10k. And I have a 4-band equalizer, boosting a little bit around 2k and up around 5k to give it some snap and punch. I'm rolling off around 200 and 300 Hz to take away the boxiness and then boosting finally around 60 Hz just so I can kind of fill out the bottom end of my kick drum [kick drum] On the external mic I'm still using the E-Channel, but i've clicked on the split button right here. What this is going to do is move the filter section in front of the dynamics. This can be done if you don't want your really low end signal triggering the compressor. This is a popular way to use the plugin, especially for things like kick drum or bass where in the first situation the compressor was sensitive to the really low frequencies, but by putting the filter in front, now the compressor and gate are no longer listening to those really low frequencies that you're going to roll off anyways. [toms] And just to demonstrate that the compressor is not listening to it, if I roll it off, it's no longer listening. I'm doing a similar thing on the sub kick. Where I had the split engaged. And that's just putting the filters before the dynamics section. Next let's get to the G-Channel I've got inserted on the snare drum. Again I've got the split button engaged. Even though it's the G-Channel strip, it's gonna do a similar sort of thing. I've got the filters going before the dynamics and thing going into the equalizer. [drums] On my snare bottom mic I've decided to use this channel out button. What this channel out button is going to do is put the equalizer in front of the dynamics section. I've also got the split engaged which also puts the filters in front of the dynamics section.
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Mix Tutorial: Waves SSL G-Channel Strip Plugin

Mix Tutorial: Waves SSL G-Channel Strip Plugin

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  • Updated: 17 Jun 2013
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Learn compression: http://learncompression.com Learn to mix hip-hop: http://mixinghiphop.com Improve your ears: http://quiztones.com Mixing tips: http://theproaudiofiles.com An overview of the Waves G-Channel Strip Plugin. --- Transcript: Using Waves SSL G-Channel Strip & G Master Buss Compressor to mix a multitrack drum recording. These plugins as part of the Waves SSL 4000 Bundle. They're PCM Mac platform compatible. They support TDM, RTAS, Audiosuite, VST, and AU plugin formats. There is mono and stereo versions of the plugin. You can use these on sessions up to 96 kHz and up to a 24-bit depth. I have 7 tracks of recorded audio from microphones: I have a kick in mic, kick out, snare top, snare bottom, stereo pair of overheads, stereo pair of rooms. And then I have an audio track here — a stereo track of printed reverb from an outboard reverb unit. I'm gonna be doing parallel compression on my drum mix. So I have a clean aux here that the outputs of these audio tracks are going into. Almost no compression, but then on my other aux channel I have a lot of compression. They'll be parallel. These are both going into my drum buss auxiliary bus. I'm gonna be using the SSL compressor just to add a slight bit of limiting to make sure that I'm not clipping the combined signal. Without any processing the drums sound pretty good, but they're gonna be a bit of work if they're gonna sit in a mix. With the SSL G-Channel, there's an EQ section and a dynamics section. You can change the internal routing so you can put the EQ before the dynamics or the dynamics before the EQ. The way I've got it set up is I've got these filters first as the first thing that happens when the audio enters the plugin. There's a high pass filter and low pass filter. What I'm doing is just rolling off a little bit of the low end to tighten up in case there's some low rumble. In the dynamics section, there's an SSL style compressor, SSL style gate or expander. Basic controls you have for the compressor: ratio, threshold, release. Then you can switch between fast attack and release. For my kick I just have, you know, 3 to 4 dB of gain reduction. Medium release time, I'm gonna be setting the threshold for a couple of dB of gain reduction. I have a slow attack because I want the transients of the signal to pass without being compressed and then the tail of the signal to be compressed a lot. What's that's gonna do is emphasize the transient, make the drums a more punchy. For my expander, I have a range to control how much expansion is going on. You have a release to control after the signal drops below the threshold, when it's going to stop gain reduction. I'm using a fast attack because so as soon as the drum hit goes above the threshold, the signal passes through the gate/expander, and I'm setting the threshold so it really tightens up my drum hit, really emphasizes the attack or the transient of the hit to make it more punchy. Then for EQ, there's a low shelf and high shelf. There's two bell shaped portions of the EQ for a low-mid and high-mid. You can select the frequency — how much you're gonna boost of cut. Then the Q of the bell. So let me play you back the kick drum and you can hear what I'm doing. [kick] Sounds a little boxy. Sounds tight now because I'm using the dynamics section to really emphasize the attack, boosting a little bit of the low end, cutting out around 3K where is sounds boxy. Boosting around 2K to give it that snap. Boosting about 5K for click and high end air. Similar with the kick out mic and snare. Taking out some of that ring in the close mics, but then the overheads I'm still gonna keep a lot of that ring. Boosting around 200 to 300 Hz because that's where the fundamental frequency of the snare drum is. Much less compression on overheads, a lower ratio going on, rolling off a lot of the low end, and I found some frequencies that I didn't like with a sharp Q around 800 and 1000-1500. Adding a bit of top end to sharpen up the sound. I squashed the room mics so I've got a fast release and a high ratio to get a lot of gain reduction. I'm not using the expander, roll off again the low end like the overheads. Found some frequencies I didn't really like.. And added some top end. With the reverb I don't have any processing. I basically have EQ set flat and no dynamics. Next let's get to the buss compressor. The buss compressor has some similar sort of controls for the compression: threshold, make up gain, attack and release. You can select your ratio here. For the clean portion, I have the compressor set up with no gain reduction: slow attack, fast release. For compression I've got a high amount of gain reduction. I'm using some make up gain, pretty fast attack, pretty fast release. 4:1 ratio.
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Channel G Compact Overview (McDSP Plug-Ins Explained)

Channel G Compact Overview (McDSP Plug-Ins Explained)

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  • Updated: 13 Mar 2013
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Learn how the controls and interface of this plug-in work, including the unique compressor input options, knee modeling, flexible routing, switchable EQs, and the various EQ modes that model the response and calibration of hardware EQs You can purchase these videos here: http://www.groove3.com/str/Mc-DSP-Plug-Ins-Explained.html
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Channel Nassif - Modern G/W Company (Deck Tech & Matches)

Channel Nassif - Modern G/W Company (Deck Tech & Matches)

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  • Updated: 26 Dec 2017
  • views: 14787
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Grind out your opponent with the most value-laden creature deck in Modern! Match 1: 09:38 Match 2: 58:59 Match 3: 01:19:08 Match 4: 02:08:13 Match 5: 02:35:34
https://wn.com/Channel_Nassif_Modern_G_W_Company_(Deck_Tech_Matches)
McDSP Track Talk with Jun Murakawa-Channel G

McDSP Track Talk with Jun Murakawa-Channel G

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  • Updated: 28 Jul 2014
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Jun Murakawa (Buckcherry, Ronnie Wood, Nine Inch Nails, Paul Gilbert) continues his demo with Channel G and how to use a sample kick as a better trigger for the gate on a live drum kick.
https://wn.com/Mcdsp_Track_Talk_With_Jun_Murakawa_Channel_G
Channel PMayne - G/B Eldrazi Rock (Deck Tech & Matches)

Channel PMayne - G/B Eldrazi Rock (Deck Tech & Matches)

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  • Updated: 11 Dec 2017
  • views: 20367
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Pascal's looking for a home for Emrakul, the Promised End in Modern, and threw together this G/B Rock build to test it! Deck list: http://www.channelfireball.com/videos/channel-pmayne-modern-gb-eldrazi-rock Match 1: 14:11 Match 2: 45:25 Match 3: 01:14:10 Match 4: 01:36:32 Match 5: 01:55:08
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McDSP Channel G Tony Daniels

McDSP Channel G Tony Daniels

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  • Updated: 14 Mar 2015
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English vocabulary: Hello Channel G

English vocabulary: Hello Channel G

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  • Updated: 20 Feb 2017
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Mii Channel (Acapella) - Tsuko G. Cover

Mii Channel (Acapella) - Tsuko G. Cover

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  • Updated: 21 Jan 2018
  • views: 37839
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My Acapella version of the Mii Channel Theme. I suddenly got nostalgic of Kazoo'd and Smooth McGroove recently, so here's my take. :p ~ DOWNLOAD LINKS ~ ►iTunes: https://apple.co/2EZNMAk ►Google Play: https://goo.gl/kSQGBi ►Amazon: http://a.co/dl0QWAi ►Spotify: (In a couple of hours!) ~ Integral work by Tsuko G. ~ ► Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TsukoG ► Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/tsukog/ ► Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TsukoG Hope you like it. :) --------------------------------------------- As usual, please let me know in the comment section what song you would like to see covered in my channel. I'm counting on you. ;)
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Channel Corey - G/W Bogles (Deck Tech & Matches)

Channel Corey - G/W Bogles (Deck Tech & Matches)

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  • Updated: 16 Dec 2017
  • views: 25826
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Watch Corey pilot the deck from this week's article: https://www.channelfireball.com/articles/get-slippery-bogled/ Match 1: 05:39 Match 2: 27:06 Match 3: 45:29 Match 4: 49:52 Match 5: 01:19:43
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McDSP Channel-G Compact

McDSP Channel-G Compact

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  • Updated: 09 Jul 2011
  • views: 4484
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Colin McDowell demonstrates the Channel-G compact analog console modeling plugin. Learn more at http://mcdsp.com/plug-ins/channel-g-compact/ Channel-G compact provides all the same advanced signal path editing features of Channel-G, the analog modeling features in the compressor and equalizer, only it has four bands of EQ and has a smaller DSP footprint.
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McDsp Channel G Review and Tutorial by Little Fish Audio

McDsp Channel G Review and Tutorial by Little Fish Audio

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  • Updated: 05 Aug 2014
  • views: 815
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A tutorial for McDsp Channel G Review and Tutorial by Little Fish Audio. http://www.littlefishaudio.com/mcdsp-channel-g-v5-native.html Visit our Store for pricing on everything we talked about in this video: http://www.littlefishaudio.com Subscribe for more.
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Channel Pardee - Standard U/G Pummeler (Deck Tech & Matches)

Channel Pardee - Standard U/G Pummeler (Deck Tech & Matches)

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  • Updated: 13 Dec 2017
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U/G Pummeler offers something that's hard to find in this Standard format: a favorable Temur matchup. http://www.channelfireball.com/videos/channel-pardee-standard-ug-pummeler Match 1: 02:46 Match 2: 13:34 Match 3: 33:15 Match 4: 43:59
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McDSP Channel-G Surround

McDSP Channel-G Surround

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  • Updated: 09 Jul 2011
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Colin McDowell demonstrates the Channel-G Surround 5.1 compressor. Learn more at http://mcdsp.com/plug-ins/channel-g-surround/ Channel-G allows you to assign the key signal for each of the 6 channels independently. This allows you to concentrate on the dialog center channel by having it compress the other channels in the surround sound mix. A big time saver.
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はむはむソフト C93 10周年記念CD「Sound channeL G」全曲紹介ムービー

はむはむソフト C93 10周年記念CD「Sound channeL G」全曲紹介ムービー

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  • Updated: 01 Dec 2017
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http://hamham.sc/ こんばんは、はむはむソフトです。 コミックマーケット93にて販売される オールボーカル・コンピレーションアルバム 「Sound channeL G」(サウンドチャンネルジー)の 全曲紹介ムービーです!
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Channel Eleven - G Classification Advisory (2013)

Channel Eleven - G Classification Advisory (2013)

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  • Updated: 07 Jun 2013
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Shown before the Eleven encore of the 'Sound of Change' concert. Channel Ten version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsZw5ISPXZc
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Cómo Utilizar los Ecualizadores SSL (G-EQ E-Channel y G-Channel) [ProduceAudio.net]

Cómo Utilizar los Ecualizadores SSL (G-EQ E-Channel y G-Channel) [ProduceAudio.net]

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  • Updated: 22 Nov 2017
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►► descarga el e.book aquí http://eepurl.com/df2-KH ►► Descripción: En el video de hoy veremos un review de los plug ins de Waves SSL, tres ecualizadores que emulan los módulos hardware de las mesas de mezclas analógicas SSL 4000. En el video, veremos todos los botones, parámetros y usos de los tres módulos: el G EQ, el E-Channel y el G-Channel, estos dos últimos con sus secciones dinámicas de compresor, puerta de ruido y fader out y sus conmutaciones de side chain y cambio de ruteo del fujo de señal. Y recuerda que puedes descargar el e-book "EXPRIME TUS PLUG INS AL 100%" de forma gratuita donde aprenderás distintas técnicas para extraer el 100% del potencial de cualquiera de tus plug ins. ►► descarga el e.book aquí http://eepurl.com/c8xmqr ►► =================================== ProduceAudio.net es un blog sobre Creación y Producción Musical en el Estudio en Casa, totalmente en Castellano y diseñado en España. Enlaces de interés: Blog de Creación y Producción Musical en el Estudio en Casa → http://www.ProduceAudio.net Descargar el Manual Interactivo del Estudio en Casa → http://www.ProduceAudio.net/regalo Suscribirte a este canal de Youtube → http://www.youtube.com/ProduceAudio Unirte a nuestro Grupo de Facebook → http://www.Facebook.com/groups/ProduceAudio Seguir el blog en Twitter → http://www.Twitter.com/ProduceAudio ¿Quieres ir más allá? Entra en nuestra Zona V.I.P. → http://www.ProduceAudio.net/zona-VIP ===================================
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Channel Nassif - Standard R/G Ramp (Deck Tech & Matches)

Channel Nassif - Standard R/G Ramp (Deck Tech & Matches)

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  • Updated: 09 Aug 2017
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If beating Mono-Red is level 1, beating the decks that beat Mono-Red is level 2. Enter R/G Ramp. Match 1: 04:18 Match 2: 37:03 Match 3: 01:18:59 Match 4: 01:42:04 Match 5: 01:53:26 For more Magic: The Gathering strategy content head to ChannelFireball.com
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Chill Computer Guy Express Quick Tips: SSL G Channel Review

Chill Computer Guy Express Quick Tips: SSL G Channel Review

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  • Updated: 05 Sep 2017
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Being familiar with the SSL consul really helped me appreciate this masterfully laid out plug-in workflow at its finest. First time ever SSL G series channel strip plug-in $29 gotta get this one. Great plug-in to put on every channel strip. http://www.waves.com/plugins/ssl-g-channel Please comment or give a thumbs up. And If you haven't already please subscribe. Below is a special link to my other YouTube channel. You can even check out my sound cloud. Thanks for watching. https://www.youtube.com/user/Jeremywchilds1975 https://soundcloud.com/grouthead https://www.facebook.com/jeremywchilds
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