Join Josh Harris for an in-depth discussion in this video Utilizing EQ, compression, and limiting, part of Up and Running with Studio One.
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Now that we have a couple of files imported into the project page, it's time …to spend a few minutes actually going through the mastering process and …sonically treating these mixes. I will began with the first song, Song In …A Minor, by bringing up an EQ. And I'll choose Pro EQ from my list of …plugins and now take a listen. (MUSIC). …Keep in mind that I am working in headphones but to my ears I will shelf a …little bit of EQ above 10K, which means I'm adding high end from 10K on up.…
(MUSIC). And I'll do a drastic move with the EQ …here, so you can hear what it's doing. …(MUSIC). …Next, I'll add a compressor. (SOUND). …(MUSIC) . Go ahead and set up a loop here. …(MUSIC). That compressor's hitting it a little bit …hard. I'll change to a quicker attack, and a …quicker release, so that the compressor releases faster.…
(MUSIC). (MUSIC). …If I increase the attack again, it won't sound like it's pumping so much. …(MUSIC). This is a very mild compression. …I'm only compressing at 2 to 1 ratio with a very low threshold. …
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