Learn Advanced Compression Techniques

Recording School Online releases Advanced Compression Techniques Simplified video      25/01/12
Learn Advanced Compression Techniques


Recording School Online has released the Advanced Compression Techniques Simplified video. An RSO spokesperson told Sonic State, "Dynamics techniques are some of the most important techniques in audio recording. There are some very powerful advanced techniques used by the pros that the average recording enthusiast does not utilize. These techniques very often set apart the professional from the armature. In the past these techniques have been viewed as complicated and difficult. In this video we simplify a full range of very powerful dynamics control and reshaping techniques, complete with examples. Most people only use downward compression, this video will show you there is much more to dynamics."
Some of the techniques RSO explain and teach in this video are:
  • Parallel Compression
  • Upward Compression
  • Upward Expansion
  • Downward Expansion
  • Downward Compression
  • Vintage Technique's
  • Vintage Design and Differences
  • VCA
  • Vari-Mu
  • FET
  • Optical
  • Electro
  • Auto-summing Peak Limiters
  • Multiband Limiters
  • Multiband Compressors
  • Expansion
  • Reshaping Dynamics
  • Macro-dynamics
  • Micro-dynamics
  • Producers Choice of Compressor for each Instrument
  • Characteristic's of Different Compressors
  • Tape Emulation
  • Producers Dynamics Tricks
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