I've never been a fan of the phrase "Less is More", which doesn't mean I don't think it's true in certain cases, I just don't like the phrase itself. Especially the "more" part, shouldn't it be something like "better" ? Certainly "Sometimes less is better" seems like a more accurate quote. And I favour accuracy over catchy any day of the year.
One of those cases where our newly born quote is very true is in the world of plugins, let's talk about EQ, Compression, Distortion, Reverbs and some other "basic" effects. I'm sure you've used these before, for both enhancing and/or repairing instruments in a mix, something they're great at! In this video series I wanted to take a different approach however, I wanted to see what happens if we really start pushing these plugins and try to explore the limits of these effects.
To do so I've created 5 videos, each focusing on a different plugin or a different combination of plugins, enrol in this free course today to see how far we can take these "basic" plugins!