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Old 25th September 2012 , 08:34 PM
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Default Compression Explanation YouTube (Excellent)

Of all the YouTube videos I've watched over the years, this one I found shows and explains it very well. Simple and to the point. What it is. Why you might use it. And, why are you using it?


First one I've seen of the Pure Mix: Mixing and Recording Tutorial videos, whether it'd be worth paying to watch some of them, I'm not sure, but seem good quality.

That is all.
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