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What Is NY Compression And Why Should You Use it?
This mixing technique can help you achieve a punchy but controlled sound without losing dynamic impact. Joe Albano shows you how it's done.
Dec. 5, 2019
'Spank More Power Into Your Productions' With I Heart NY Plugin
It's the first audio plugin for Baby Audio and they've decided to give powerful New York style compression to the masses with I Heart NY.
Sep. 4, 2019
Multiband Compression: What It Is & Why It's Useful
Multiband compression can be one of the lesser-understood types of processing but used correctly, it's one of the most powerful ways to control a mix. Joe Albano explains how and when to use it.
Jan. 23, 2019
Review: Universal Audio Empirical Labs EL8 Distressor
UAD's recreation of a classic Distressor from Empirical Labs is officially endorsed by the makers of the original hardware. Rich Tozzoli finds there's much to like in the EL8.
Jan. 3, 2018
Setting Up and Mixing With Parallel / New York Compression in Logic Pro X
You've probably heard of parallel compression or New York compression. But just what is it and how can you emulate it in Logic Pro X? Jay Asher knows how, and is here to show you.
Jan. 4, 2016
Tips For Using NI's Vintage Compressors
Next time you're looking for a compressor with character to use on your tracks, open up NI's Komplete 8 and check out the 3 vintage compressors. Mo Volans shares tips to get great results from these.
May. 1, 2012
Signal Flow in Logic 101
In our digital DAW studios it's easy to ignore the virtual cables carrying audio signals. But understanding signal flow can lead to a greater degree of control over your sound. Peter Schwartz sums up.
Oct. 7, 2011
Parallel Compression in Logic 9
Compressors can be a great way to even out the dynamics of a drum mix, vocal performance or any audio signal. A compressor works by lowering the gain when the signal jumps above a certain level or thr
Nov. 10, 2010
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