Join Brian Lee White for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Foundations of Audio: Compression and Dynamic Processing.
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In this course, we'll be covering many basic and advanced topics about…compression and dynamic processing.…While I don't presume that you have any knowledge of these topics, I do…recommend having some basic working knowledge of a digital audio workstation.…If you need a refresher on the basics of digital audio recording, mixing, and…signal flow, you may want to check out the essential training course appropriate…for your digital audio workstation in the lynda.com Online Training Library;…otherwise, if you're ready, I am ready.…Let's get started.…
AuthorBrian Lee White
- Measuring amplitude
- Understanding dynamic range
- Introducing compressors
- Utilizing compression ratios
- Applying attack and release
- Evening out a vocal performance with compression
- Adding punch and sustain to drums
- Using compression presets intelligently
- How to record with compression
- Solving common mix problems with limiters
- De-essing a vocal track
- Using gates and expanders
- Controlling frequency content with multiband compressors
- Using sidechains creatively
- Keying gates and compressors
- Fixing overcompressed tracks
- Using mixbus compression
- Working with parallel compression
- Compression and limiting best practices
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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1. Audio Dynamics
4. Special Dynamics Processors
5. Advanced Topics
An Interview with the Author
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