Parallel Compression also known as NY Compression is achieved by mixing a dry audio signal to an over compress version of the same signal. The goal is to “beef up” the sound without destroying the dynamic range of the instrument. This technique is often use in Pop and Rock music.
A cool technique I want to share with you is Re-amping. What is re-amp? Re-amp or Re-amping is the process of taking a recorded signal and route it back out of the editing environment through an external amplifier or other processing units.
In this video I will re-amp a dry guitar signal that I will route back to a guitar amp using a Direct Box.
As we begin a new year, many of us tend to make resolutions as we do every year. For me, I always look for ways to be more productive and more effective in the studio. So let me share with you a few tips I have learned along the way that can help you too.
Here’s a technique that will help you bring your vocals upfront in the mix using Side-Chain Compression… You can actually use this technique on more than juste the vocals, this can be use on other instruments as well…enjoy!