Udemy.com – Audio Engineering: Basics of Compression [Tutorial, ENG]

By | June 1, 2019


Year of release : 2015
Manufacturer : Udemy.com
Manufacturer site : www.udemy.com/audio-engineering-basics-of-compression/
By : Christopher “Czar” Smith
Duration : 01:30:00
Type of handing out material : Video Tutorial
Language : English

Description : Compressor utilization and understanding of compression is one of the most difficult things to understand for audio recording engineers. There are so many different compressors and their types, so it’s not hard to understand why people struggle with compression. Compression is crucial for getting good mixes in modern music, and without a proper understanding of compressors and using them, you can easily turn your mixes into thin and lifeless. Compressors can add color to the tracks, flatten the drums, smooth the vocals and add bass to the weight. Compressors can add something to the track, or vice versa take away. For example, using a compressor, you add a barrel to a punch, or you can completely get rid of it. It all depends on how you use the compressor. And there are many, many ways to use it. Proper use of compression will help improve your mixes, keeping the dynamics controlled. From this course, you will learn about the basics of compression, learn everything you need to know to get started with compressors.
Compatibility It is hard to see why people struggle with compression. It can be easily reconstructed. Crush drums, smooth out vocals, and add weight to tracks. Compressors can be taken away. For example, with a compressor drum, you can take the punch away. It all depends on how you use it. And there are many ways to use a compressor. Using compression can help to improve your mixes. You know, get started with compressors. Attack, release, threshold, ratio, I explain them all. It can also be seen as some mixers. I also answer some frequently asked questioned about compression.

Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 introduction 01:09
Section 2: Introduction to compression
Lecture 2 what is a compressor 01:24
Lecture 3 Dynamic Range 01:56
Lecture 4 Compressors vs Limiters 04:29
Section 3: Compressor solutions explained
Lecture 5 Controls on a compressor 06:20
Lecture 6 The batter at the plate 03:58
Lecture 7 how to singal 16:42
Lecture 8 how does the ratio and signal 07:18
Lecture 9 make up gain 06:13
Lecture 10 setting a compressor 09:46
Section 4: Conclusion
Lecture 11 Compression FAQ part 1 14:46
Lecture 12 Compression FAQ part 2 13:43
Lecture 13 recap 01:26
Lecture 14 conlusion 01:23
Quiz 1 test your compression knowledge 10 questions

Sample files : none
Video Format : MP4
Video : AVC, 1280×720, 16: 9, 30.000 fps, ~ 202 Kbps
Audio : AAC, 44.1 KHz, ~ 60.3 Kbps, 2 channels



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