New Course: Universal Audio LUNA
May 22nd, 2021, 12:43
LUNA is Universal Audio's free DAW specifically for owners of their audio interfaces. It's a full-blown workstation, and this new course from Matt Vanacoro covers the ins & outs of this new DAW. LUNA utilizes the DSP power of compatible UA interfaces to offer a seamless hardware-software integration with analog-style tracking workflows, as well as a warm and punchy emulated tape sound. The course starts off by showing how to properly install the software and components, and how to authorize everything with iLok. It then explains how to create a fresh session, how LUNA interacts with the Universal Audio Console software, how to navigate the timeline and mixer views, and how the saving and bookmarking system works. The course then goes over the different ways to monitor and record audio, how to record acoustic and software instruments, how to edit audio and MIDI, and how quantizing works. There are also sections on bussing, how to get realistic tape saturation, what is summing and spill, how to mix down and export your project, and much more. So if you 're one of the lucky ones with a compatible UA interface, you'll definitely want to check out this course, and dive into the world of LUNA.