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ClassicBeauty
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If you lack the proper gear and/or engineering skills to make it maximally loud in a somewhat musically satisfying way, you’re at a disadvantage because of the loudness issue. And of course it’s counter-productive to squash everything as much as humanly possible for film.

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muscma02
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It goes in cycles for me. I make a habit to try to play on dynamics more then compression. Then the loudness starts creeping back up and it gets a little louder, and a little louder. Then all of a sudden I realize that I am making everything super loud again, then focus on dynamics again. Its a vicious cycle.

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TNL3542
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bring on some deep bass :)

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