Studio Workflow

  • Brokering Your Console With Vintage King

    For over two decades, Vintage King has been one of the world's preeminent purveyors of vintage and used recording consoles. In addition to buying consoles to sell outright, we also provide brokering services. By utilizing our brokering services, we can help clients who would like to avoid the hassles and complexities that can be involved in selling a desk.

    Why choose Vintage King to broker your console? We’ve been a trusted partner in creating thousands of safe transactions for buyers and sellers around the globe for 25 years. Read on to learn more about our brokering process and how we can make it as easy possible for you. Continue reading

  • Comparing Universal Audio Plug-Ins To Their Hardware Counterparts

    One of the most common questions we get asked by customers at Vintage King relates to plug-ins and how they stack up against their analog hardware counterparts. In terms of Universal Audio's software replicas, the painstaking care taken to recreate these classic pieces of hardware is beyond obvious when comparing their sonic output. Continue reading

  • Exploring Universal Audio's Compressor, Equalizer and Effect Plug-Ins

    When purchasing UAD-2 powered gear from Universal Audio such as the Apollo Twin, Apollo 8, Apollo 8p, Apollo 16 or a UAD-2 Satellite, you gain access to some of the most powerful plug-ins in the world. Offering great digital replications of top audio gear like the Neve 1073Manley VoxBox, Neve 88r, Thermionic Culture Vulture and many more, Universal Audio has made these plug-ins so close that you forget you aren't using the real thing. Continue reading

  • Avid Control Surfaces: Which One Fits Your Needs?

    Since there has been more and more advancements in the digital world, Avid has been coming up with new ways to integrate the old school hands-on approach of mixing into the modern world of music production. As much as we all love analog mixing desks, they are expensive and hard to integrate into a smaller studio environment.

    With the vast improvement of plug-in sounds and recall ability, every year more engineers migrate towards "In The Box" workflow. Sometimes all you need is the ability to put your hands on a group of faders and pan knobs to really feel a mix, and now with expanded functionality of a digital control surface, you have access to a more tactile control of your plug-in collection. Continue reading

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