SoundMagus Audio Compression Production Course TUTORIAL

SoundMagus Audio Compression Production Course TUTORIAL
SoundMagus Audio Compression Production Course TUTORIAL
16 MAY 2016 | SOUNDMAGUS | 1.20 GB

In this audio compression techniques course, SoundMagus shows you everything you need to be able to use compression to tighten, add detail, punch and space to your mix.
In the Audio Compression Techniques Course Soundmagus covers everything from basic compression (where you learn the fundamental principles of audio compression techniques) to how to use multi-band compression on your final mix down. The basic techniques covered are as follows: Threshold, Ratio, Attack, Release, Make-up gain.
We show you things like parallel compression (N.Y. compression) for giving your drums extreme punch. Side-chain compression, the old favorite, is fully covered. You are shown how to use an audio compressor on a group bus for both drums and kick/bass group. There are videos covering multi-band compression. This is normally used in the mastering arena and is shown being used on a finished (mixed down) track.

There are videos on how to use bass compression, drum loop compression, ducking and limiting. This course is over two hours long, and covers the majority of scenarios in which you will need to use audio compression techniques.

1. Basic Audio Compression Techniques: Covers the basics of compression including threshold, ratio, make-up gain, attack and release.
2. Drum Compression: Teaches you how to compress the four basic drum hits; kick, snare, open hi-hat and closed hi-hat.
3. Loop Compression: This video details how to compress a drum loop to make it fit with the rest of your drums.
4. Bass Compression: Shows you how to tame a bass part with compression.
5. Group Compression: In this video we cover the use of a compressor on a group bus, to gel sounds together.
6. Kick & Bass Group Compression: Here we look at and discuss the need to compress your kick and bass, in some instances, using a Group Channel.
7. Side-Chain Compression: Covers the VST-3 method of side-chaining (other methods covered in the Side-chaining Extras video).
8.Limiting: Yes a limiter is a compressor! This video shows the differences and similarities and when to use one.
9. Ducking: The classic broadcast radio technique for ducking vocals.
10. Multi-Band Compression: Using an MB Compressor in the final stages of music production can be an extremely useful tool, how to do it is shown here in this videos.
11. Compression Extras
12. Side-Chain Extras

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