Groove3 – Compression Explained [ENG]

By | December 31, 2016

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LEARN TO SQUEEZE TO PLEASE
Compression can be your best, or worst friend when mixing and tracking. Do you really know who your sonic friends are? DAW Master Sedric Pieretti shows you, using different DAW’s and plug-ins from different manufacturers. Everything you need to know about compressor plug-ins and how to use them in your productions and songs is right here. Plus, the information you’ll learn can be used on any hardware unit or software plug-in compressor made.

Sedric starts out with an overview tutorial of what to expect from the series, what compression is, and then goes into the history of hardware and plug-in compressors. Next, he shows you all of the controls found on various plug-in compressors and what they do.

Next, Sedric covers the multitude of ways you can route into a compressor and the assorted types of compression including limiting. Finally, Sedric shows you how to compress a wide selection of instruments such as drums, vocals, acoustic instruments, as well as advanced compression techniques.
Let’s face it, if you’re making music today, compression is the “glue” that holds everything together and helps give your productions that “polished” professional sound. Knowing how to effectively use compression while mixing and tracking is one of the most basic techniques you must learn to master… Get “Compression Explained” today.

Product Highlights
20 Tutorials / 3 Hours Total Runtime
For all beginner to intermediate engineers, mixers and producers.
Tutorials written by DAW master Sedric Pieretti
Simple to use video control interface for Mac & PC
Viewing Options: Online, Download, Boxed Disc, iDevices
Download Size: 552.56 MB

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