3 unique ways to use RC-20 Retro Color

XLN Audio’s RC-20 Retro Color is celebrated for its ability to add its unmistakable lo-fi flavor to tracks like pianos, drums, and guitars.

While there’s good reason for using RC-20 in this way, the reality is that so much more can be done with the versatile plugin. From incorporating it in your live setup to playing a throwback game right within its interface, we explore some unique ways to use RC-20 in the tutorial video above.

Which technique was most surprising to you? What effects plugin or software instrument would you like to see us cover next? Let us know in the comments below.

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May 9, 2020

Nick Chen Content Marketing @ Splice. Nick Chen is a producer, performer, and educator under the aliases "nickthechen" and "Enix."