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Echo Sound Works - Parallel Compression Tips and Tricks TUTORIAL

Echo Sound Works - Parallel Compression Tips and Tricks TUTORIAL
P2P June 08 2015 | 888 MB

In this tutorial Echo Sound Works covers how to properly use Parallel Compression in your mixes. You also learn some unique outside of the box Parallel Compression techniques!

There are three main reasons why you should be using Parallel Compression:

1.) It keeps your Transients intact and it allows the performance to shine through.

2.) It can thicken up and sound in your mix

3.) It’s more musical and easier for the ear to listen to.

It’s broken up into two parts. Section 1 covers the basics like what compression is and plainly describes Parallel Compression. Section 2 gets into how to apply it to drum tracks, synth tracks and even bass sounds.

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