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backgroundmusic
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I often like to use parallel compression on vocals and drums of course. Long live parallel compression! :-)

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MarkysMusicPage
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Slightly off topic, but if you’re after mixing tips off a world class engineer check out Pensados Place (Dave Pensado) on YouTube. They also have some excellent interviews on there with all the greats. Really is a great channel, always something new to learn.

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petrenj
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As I understand for parallel compression you have two same tracks (drums, vocals) one with no compression and second with it.And with proper compression and mixing tracks you get more punchy, natural, fat sound.
H-Comp does it for you, skipping that step ;)
If your DAW of choose is Reaper You have a mix control (between the UI ( show/hide graphics) and bypass buttons) on every plug-in. So you can mix dry signal and proceeded signal together. Pretty cool!

I never noticed that. It seems useful.Thanks for advice :)

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SoundFix
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Slightly off topic, but if you’re after mixing tips off a world class engineer check out Pensados Place (Dave Pensado) on YouTube. They also have some excellent interviews on there with all the greats. Really is a great channel, always something new to learn.

+1. Love that show. Watched hours and hours of it and learnt loooooads

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Art-of-Sound
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Pensados place channel is not available in my country, however I accessed it via proxy and I see that some videos have $9.99 tag next to them. What does mean, one has to pay to watch them?

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MarkysMusicPage
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Pensados place channel is not available in my country, however I accessed it via proxy and I see that some videos have $9.99 tag next to them. What does mean, one has to pay to watch them?

No, it should be free to view, unless that’s a banner advert. Perhaps the server your proxy is redirecting you to isn’t inside the US or Europe, not sure what each countries viewing restrictions are, best have a read on the web otherwise we’ed be in danger of dragging this off topic altogether.

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matsteiner
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You should find an d use a proxy server somewhere in the usa or so, then it would work I think!

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