Udemy Audio Engineering All About Compression TUTORIAL
Soft / Video Lessons 1-12-2017
Udemy Audio Engineering All About Compression TUTORIAL
Ready to take your compression skills to the next level? In my All About Compression course I move on to more advanced information about compression. I will go over advanced compressor controls such as mix, knee, and side chain. If you've taken my basics of compression course then consider this course the next step to continue learning about compression. In All About Compression I will cover the different types of compressors, different kinds of compressors, uses for different type of compressors, classic compressors and how to use them, and much more.

I also go over different compressor techniques and examples of use. This course will expand your capabilities with a compressor and introduce you to new ways of how to use them. I've been engineering for over 15 years now, and in that time I've gotten to use a lot of different compressors. And I've gotten to know some compressors very well. The more you use and learn about compressors the more the confident you will become in using them. And this course should help boost that confidence. Because all compressors are different it can be difficult to find the right compressor the job. I will go over my approach to choosing a compressor for a track. Anyone taking this course should have a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) with a compressor plugin so they can go over and practice these techniques. The DAW being used in this course Presonus Studio One. However the DAW you use is not important, as all DAW's will come with a compressor. By sharing some of my knowledge of 15 plus years in audio this course will teach you the following:

Different compressor types
compression techniques
Multi band compression
De-essing and how to set a de-esser
choosing the right compressor
parallel compression
serial compression
side chain compression
using automation with compression
how to set a compressor for general compression
how to set a compressor for mix bus compression
classic comperssors and how to use them
What are the requirements?

knowledge of the basic compressor controls and use will be needed for this course
What am I going to get from this course?

Over 22 lectures and 2.5 hours of content!
used advanced compression techniques
understand more about compression
learn different kinds of compressors
learn the types of compressors
learn parallel comperssion
learn side chain compression
learn mix bus compression
learn how to use a de-esser
What is the target audience?

people understanding the basic of compression but want to take the next step in learning compression
anyone wanting to learn advanced compression techniques such as parallel compression and side chain compression
anyone wanting to learn how to use classic compressors such as the LA2A and the 1176
Anyone wanting to learn how to use bus compression
If you don't have a general knowledge of compression and how to use a compressor please subscribe to my free course "Audio Engineering: EQ and Compression for beginners" before taking this course. This course does go over basic controls and how to use a compressor

home page:

https://www.udemy.com/audio-engineering-all-about-compression/
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