Gavinski’s Tutorials hasn't been featured here in a while, and I hope you guys don't think we've had some kind of dispute. I like Gavin, and he seems to tolerate me, but he's been doing some really stupid shit in a desperate attempt to pump YouTube views. He thinks that having his videos embedded here is detrimental to his burgeoning YouTubing career. I want to feature his stuff, but he's been disabling embedding on all of his videos. I've tried to explain that literally no one else does this, but he's determined to set his own course.
I have to respect that. It takes a lot courage to tell me to fuck off.
Fortunately Gavin is graciously making an exception for this video on FAC Bandit!
FAC Bandit is a fantastic multi-band FX processor for iOS (ipad/iphone), which also has multi-bus instance capabilities. If you don’t know what that is, this video will explain why it is so useful and show you how to set multi-bus instances up in AUM. The video shows you why a multi-band FX is so useful for all kinds of music making styles. We experiment with a variety of sounds - plucks, percussion and bass, and see just how experimental this app can get as a sound design tool.
Right out of the box this comes with various saturation, low-fi and ring mod algorithms and a bunch of great features like mute and solo per band. I highly recommend buying the IAPs for reverb and delay too.
Developer website: http://fredantoncorvest.com/
00:00 First listen, giveaway details, walkthrough and tweaking ideas
19:30 On drums, presets demo
28:30 How to set up and why to use multi-bus instances.
33:58 Bass example and outro