Music Production - Learn the Compressor Effect
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- Use Dynamic Range Compression to Improve your Music Productions
Add Compression on Vocals, Drums, Bass etc.
Improve their final mixes with compression on the Master Bus
- You should already be familiar with basic computer based music production
- A positive attitude and willingness to learn! =)
Are you interested in Music Production?
Do you want to enhance the quality of your music, and get louder and more balanced mixes?
In this creative, inspiring and compact class I will show you how to use the Compressor Effect in your music productions, which will take the quality of your music to the next level.
You will learn: The What, Why, When and How of Dynamic Range Compression in Music.
What you will get in this Course:
- THE FUNDAMENTALS - Learn the Theory of Dynamic Range Compression
- LIVE EXAMPLES - Watch Live Demonstrations of Practical Applications
- ADVANCED TIPS - I will give you bonus tips from my personal experience
My name is Mikael Baggström, but you can call me Mike from Sweden. I am a professional Music Composer and Audio Producer with a true passion to Teach, Share and Inspire as many people as I can.
I have over 15 years of experience in Music and Audio Production, and I have tried to condense my knowledge and experience of using Dynamic Range Compression in Music Production so that you can get results without reading boring books and articles.
I am looking forward to seeing you in the class!
Your Friendly Instructor,
Mike from Sweden
- You should take this course if you want to increase the quality of your music
Welcome to my Course on Dynamic Range Compression in Music Production. In this course you will learn what a compressor is, why and when to use it, how it works, as well as get live examples of practical applications of compression in music production.
The concept of the Digital Audio Scale compared to Normal dB Sound Pressure Level. You will learn about peak level, also called digital full scale.
Live Example of Compression on a Single Channel. Watch and listen as I add compression to a Bass Guitar Track, and use the Attack and Release Settings on the Compressor to accentuate the "pluck" of the strings.