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    Classic Compressors

    Choosing The Right Compressor For The Job

    Now that we have digital models and dynamic convolution technology, were spoilt for choice when it comes to classic compressor flavours. But whether hardware or software, which is right for which job?

    Techniques Sep 2009
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    Compression Made Easy | Audio Files

    Audio Examples From Demystifying Compressor Controls & Parameters

    It can be difficult reading about compression without hearing what it does. Here are a number of audio files to accompany this article, with a detailed explanation of what they demonstrate.

    Techniques Sep 2009
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    Compression Made Easy

    Demystifying Compressor Controls & Parameters

    Getting precisely the results you want from compressors can often be the key to a tight, modern-sounding mix. We explain what the controls are designed to achieve and how they relate to what you hear.

    Techniques Sep 2009
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    On-line Sessions: Remote Working | Audio Files

    On-line Session Services Compared

    If your music deserves the best musicians, the Internet provides the means to find them. We test the three leading on-line session services.

    Techniques Jul 2009
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    Remote Working

    On-line Session Services Compared

    If your music deserves the best musicians, the Internet provides the means to find them. We test the three leading on-line session services.

    Techniques Jul 2009
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    Double-tracking Vocals

    Sound Techniques

    Whether you want to do it for real or fake it, double tracking can add very effective texture to vocal parts.

    Techniques Apr 2009
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    Alternative Guitar Tunings For The Studio

    Recording Tips

    Getting chordal guitar parts to work together in a track can be tricky, and if two players are working the same chord sequence...

    Techniques Mar 2009
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    Creating A Sense Of Depth In Your Mix

    Mix Processing Techniques

    With reverb, EQ, delay and more at your disposal, enhancing the sense of front-to-back space in your mix can be a challenging affair. We take you through some tips that will give your mix a depth charge!

    Techniques Feb 2009
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