So this is my first post. Long time forum viewer, newly active poster.
Let's say I had 2 compressors in series with the following parameters:
Threshold = -5dB
Ratio = 2: 1
Attack = 50 ms
Release = 40 ms
Would there be any difference (technical / sonic / theoretical) if I had a single compressor configured as below?
My first video of 2018. I had a little fun jamming a song...
This Back to basics : audio recording software - Compressors video, explain what is a compressor and what the common settings do.
The video starts with the video clip of a song about compressor.
Nothing serious just having fun.. . But following the video clip, you'll get a glance of how a compressor works.
I don't own a good brickwall limiter/maximizer in my drawer of plugins. And I know I can get one for $29 from Waves. But I own Waves Renaissance Compressor and was wondering how to build one, if possible with a few compressors chained together or something. I was inspired to try brickwall limiting to my music by a couple of sources. I play bluegrass acoustic music.
Hey I'm pretty new to this and i've just started using some compressors on some guitar and drum tracks i've recorded I don't know where to start. Please help! I usually just set the threshold low and turn and turn up the input til i hear it working. Btw, if I want to limit the kick drum i just set the ratio above 10:1? I heard that somewhere. I really need to know how to use these things.
I need the knowledge! please!
What compressors with attitude or vibe do you use?
I have a low-end home studio that I am building (in my garage), and am looking for a decent compressor to add to my collection of equipment. Unfortunately, I am painfully ignorant when it comes to audio compression, gates, and filters. I record mostly vocals, and unfortunately my recordings are ugly uncompressed audio and has a slight hiss to it.
What are people using for mastering compression? Thanks.
A panel of some of the great ones talking about Compression: