Discussion in 'Audio Help & Tips' started by Sani, Jul 25, 2003.
All chart music you hear today is compressed. That's how important.
It's as fundamental as a microphone.
what does a compressor do?
^^^ why did you ask for my thread to be closed man
i was getting help dawg...don't do that again yo
you're fucking up my shit with that
By "getting help", you're fucking over the entire board. Next time...just go ask questions like that over in the "got questions" forum...you'll get the proper response over there.
this forum is not for trading software reg codes. keep the board clear for people with real audio issues please.
A compressor limits the dynamic range of a signal determined by the threshold and the ratio. For every one dB that passes the threshold will be reduced in dB by the ratio.
A compressor will make all of your track the same volume so it won't clip & make that shitty sound. Use 4.1 compression on vocals if u don't know what ur doin & then add a little reverb. (DON'T OVERDO THE REVERB!)
I'd argue that theoretically, the compressor isn't as fundamental as a mic..... but for all intensive purposes.... yeah
And don't use a compressor if you don't know what you're doing. People that do know, *will* know what you did wrong.
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