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  1. JoJojin says:
    Oct 10,  · The threshold comes down from zero and minus dB figures, and then once the signal goes above that threshold, it’s turned down, and that’s what the ratio is. What we’re going to do is we’re going to come to the compressor.
  2. Julrajas says:
    techniques. XII XII-2 The Kodaly Connection In , when Sputnik's launching resulted in more emphasis on the math and science programs and less emphasis on the arts programs, Richards was a music teacher in the California schools. later publication Threshold to Music .
  3. Mezihn says:
    Mar 04,  · The threshold essentially activates the compressor according to the incoming signal. It’s set at a certain level (in dB), and the compressor will activate when the signal is loud enough to cross this threshold level (downward compression) or quiet enough to fall below it (upward compression). How much compression occurs is controlled by the ratio. In a standard compressor (which is downward), a .
  4. Zologar says:
    Increasing the ratio too much will cause the audio to sound "squashed" once it reaches or goes beyond the threshold. Finally, make-up gain is used to literally make up the overall level since it's been compressed. So in its simplest form, you can perform the following steps: • Set your Input Gain • Set your Threshold • Set your Compression Ratio.
  5. Gozuru says:
    Jul 20,  · Start by setting the output ceiling to or dBFS (never to , or intersample peaks will sneak through and cause distortion on consumer playback devices) and a very low threshold of around or so. This should result in gain reduction of about 2 to 4 dB, which is really as high as you want to go in most instances.
  6. Vijinn says:
    Threshold is measured in dB, so any signal above your threshold dB will be compressed. When you set your threshold, you’re deciding which part of your signal you want to reduce. Setting the threshold lower will apply the compressor’s gain reduction to a greater portion of your signal.
  7. Zulushicage says:
    Jun 27,  · If you read SonicScoop, chances are you already know a thing or two about compressors. You’re probably already familiar with basic controls like your threshold, which allows you to set the point at which a compressor “kicks in”, and your ratio, which allows you to adjust the amount of compression you’ll get. Early on into their training, most new engineers will also understand the .
  8. Dizragore says:
    Jul 16,  · Artists, genres, and even eras of music are defined by distinct production effects. James Blake is synonymous with warped vocals. Lo-fi hip-hop equals pitch-bent samples. A “70s sound” means psychedelic. Getting to know how these popular audio effects are made is a must for music producers.

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