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10ndaYii



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Alpha . Omega new
      #988928 - 22/05/12 01:23 PM
what comes first eq or compression and what are advantages and disadvantages


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Strangy



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Re: Alpha . Omega [Re: 10ndaYii]
      #988932 - 22/05/12 01:49 PM
Some useful reading here

In what order should I compress and EQ?


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Strangy



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Re: Alpha . Omega new [Re: Strangy]
      #988933 - 22/05/12 01:53 PM
... and here:

Q. Should I EQ first or compress first?


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ConcertinaChap



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Re: Alpha . Omega new [Re: 10ndaYii]
      #988945 - 22/05/12 02:46 PM
Just out of curiosity, 10ndaYii, with all these questions you ask, do YOU have an opinion?

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10ndaYii



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Re: Alpha . Omega new [Re: ConcertinaChap]
      #988952 - 22/05/12 03:03 PM
The fact that I am asking means I don't know , I am still learning that is if I get opinions from pros at least I will make a deduction and come up with an opinion that will help me .


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Re: Alpha . Omega new [Re: 10ndaYii]
      #989020 - 22/05/12 07:18 PM
You know what, I think that's the worst thing you can do. Get some gear. Try it out. Then ask some specific questions about stuff you are actually trying to do.

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Re: Alpha . Omega new [Re: 10ndaYii]
      #989023 - 22/05/12 07:50 PM
What I don't understand is why you can't just do an internet search and read some of the things already stated about this question?
One of the links given above was the first result in the search list I got. After reading the two links given above which are easily found in a search, and the info in a few other links why do you still need to ask the question?


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Re: Alpha . Omega new [Re: Neil C]
      #989030 - 22/05/12 09:29 PM
It seems the OP has access to the Internet, but not to Google


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Re: Alpha . Omega new [Re: 10ndaYii]
      #989033 - 22/05/12 09:45 PM
We've been there guys, said that, made suggestions, recommended books etc etc etc etc...

E.g. THIS THREAD

... but it doesn't seem to have made a ha'p'orth of difference...

... draw your own conclusions...


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