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[Tutorial] Effects: The compressor (Advanced)
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El Damiano

Posted: Tue Jul 06, 2004 11:27 pm    Post subject:

All Links doesnt works.

Please correct it.

(Great Tracker, Great Site)

El Damiano.
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Kerm Ed

Posted: Sun Aug 01, 2004 10:22 am    Post subject: kerm_ed@hotmail.com - to lazy to log in.

Links dont work

Good tutorial (Ive been using compressors for years, and never thought to explain their importance).

Couldn't listen to the examples, but the tutorial seems good - a good way to describe a compressor is in its general use:

To change the volume of quiet parts in comparison to loud parts. (for example, heavily compressing a guitar with palm muting can bring it to the same volume as the guitar squeals later in a song - and good explanation for using a compressor to remove line-hiss. This is especially usefull knowledge for those users who are playing live or recording with their line-in and unable to use noise reduction software)

Cool tutorial, dig it, I've been thinking of creating a huge tutorial covering the use of all basic effects (reverb-vocoder-delay-compression-etc) maybe you'd like to help cuz i suck for wording.

But if your up to it email me id like to start a massive tutorial site for skale.


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Joined: 12 Nov 2002
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Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2005 10:21 pm    Post subject:

Bump due to re-implementation of pics and examples. Yeehaa =)
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