In this tutorial, audio engineer Jeff Dykhouse addresses the advantages and disadvantages of both hardware and software compressors. Compression is a process that manipulates the dynamic range of an audio signal to achieve more uniform and consistent sound by altering perceived volume. By understanding their use and how to manage compressors, your vocals will stand out from the surrounding instrumentation, your drums and percussion will appear to have a more sustainable sound and give guitars a fuller sound. Since the type and amount of compression is dependent on the type of audio signal being processed, Jeff outlines how the various compressor controls affect the audio signal manipulation that is required. You will see and hear how different compressors affect various instruments and how to apply it to your music creation.
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Understand how to use and manage compressors so that your vocals will become more distinguished when considering the surrounding instruments. Here, the drums, guitars and percussions will also be considered as having a more sustainable level of sound. You can learn the manner in which a compressor will control audio signal manipulation and how this will affect the different instruments. A career with bright prospects await you with the completion of this course. Once you successfully complete the course in Compressors: The Essentials, you will gain a qualification that will improve your potential prospects in the industry. You can land the job of your dream whether it is a Music Producer or Music Teacher. The certification will give you a solid platform to gain a higher promotion or salary increment. According to www.payscale.uk, some of the key job positions along with the average UK salary per annum you can go for after completing this course will be as follows.
Jeff Dykhouse has been actively involved in audio engineering for more than 20 years. He has been a user of computer-based recording systems from their inception. Jeff’s diverse career has earned him gold and platinum awards (RIAA). Many of Jeffs endeavors have been within the Praise & Worship genre, where he has worked with top artists such as Paul Baloche, Crystal Lewis, Kevin Prosch and The Violet Burning. Additional clients include corporations such as RCA, Apple Computer, NBC and Charles Schwab. Jeff owns and operates a recording facility and systems design company in Temecula, CA.
|Compressors The Essentials||FREE||00:00:00|
|2: What They Do|
|1. Theory of Operation|
|3: How To Use Them|
|1. Level Control, Peak Limiting, Increase Average Levels, Special Effects|
|2. During Recording|
|3. At Mix down, Parallel Compression, Delay Compensation|
|4. In Mastering|
|4: When To Use Them|
|1. Controlling Excessive Dynamics, Compensating for Lackluster Sounds, Increasing Loudness Without Clipping, Creating Special Effect|
|5: Comparing Software Compressors Guitar|
|1. On Acoustic Guitar|
|6: Comparing Hardware Compressors Guitar|
|1. On Acoustic Guitar|
|7: Comparing Software Compressors Drums|
|1. On Drums|
|8: Comparing Hardware Compressors Drums|
|1. On Drums|
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