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Old 10th July 2008 , 08:43 AM
Jeremy Lumsden
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Default Compress Yourself with Paul White (SOS)

Here's a brief [URL="http://www.mixbuss.com/article.php?id=35"]article[/URL] from SOS's Paul White in conjunction with SSL:

Judging by some of the questions we received during the Sound On Sound forums at the last Sounds Expo, compressors are still very misunderstood, but once you've got your head around what they do, they're actually pretty straightforward. Pop music tends to have very controlled dynamics so we need to hold instruments and voices at fairly precise levels when mixing. One way to achieve this is to use a compressor on each track that needs to have its levels stabilised, and the best way to explain exactly what the compressor does is to look at what we had to do before they were invented......

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