Join Matt Piper for an in-depth discussion in this video Using sidechain compression, part of Learning Reason 7.
Now, I'd like to talk about side chain compression.…But before I do that, in the last video, I was showing this m class compressor.…However, I'm not really going to use it on the snare right now.…So I'm going to go ahead and get rid of it, and go back to the mixer.…And tell you what side chain compression is all about.…Have you ever heard an electronic song where…every time the bass drummer, the kick drum hits, thereafter…you hear the base line sort of fade back in.…
It seems like every time the kick drum hits, the bass line or maybe the synth…pad ducks out just for the length of the kick drum hit and then fades back in.…That's one use of side chain compression.…It can also be used in DSers which are used to remove sibilance…from spoken word or singing recordings. Side chain compression can also be used…to remove plosives like p pops from recordings.…
And the way it works, is, normally, when you use the compressor, the signal…that is triggering the compressor is the same signal that is being compressed.…
- Setting up Reason's preferences
- Recording audio and software instrument tracks
- Creating drum beats with Redrum and the Kong Drum Designer
- Triggering REX loops
- Live sampling
- Recording automation
- Quantizing audio
- Pitch correcting vocals
- Using the ReGroove Mixer
- Time stretching and time compressing audio
- Working in the mixer and the rack
- Processing your tracks with compression, EQ, and effects
- Mastering a recording in Reason
Skill Level Beginner
1. Setting Up
2. Recording Music
3. Editing Your Recording
4. Mixing Your Recording
5. Finishing Your Recording
Mastering your own recording12m 46s
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