Thread: [Audio] Dealing With Vocals (More on Compressing)

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  1. #31 Re: [Audio] Dealing With Vocals (More on Compressing) 
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    I thought about that before, but I don't use Adobe Audition's EQ plugins because I don't like them. I guess I can take a crack at making a TUT for that though. :T
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    Thanks for the update! I remember looking at this tutorial when I was just starting out, and half the stuff I didn't know what it was talking about, uneducated as I was about media editing o_o But now that I've gotten more experience with mixing and tried some things out, your advice and pointers on here now make much more sense and I can properly make use of them! Thusly I make use of this tutorial that I now have the ability to understand with gratitude. ^^b
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    Thanks so much for the great section on compression Sapphire!
    When mixing and viewing other people's (including my own) lines, I'd always see huge spikes in the waveforms and then everything else averages small :I
    Now that problem is solved. YAY!
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  4. #34 Re: [Audio] Dealing With Vocals (More on Compressing) 
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCx View Post
    Thanks so much for the great section on compression Sapphire!
    When mixing and viewing other people's (including my own) lines, I'd always see huge spikes in the waveforms and then everything else averages small :I
    Now that problem is solved. YAY!
    Well sometimes those spikes can be distortion, and compression isn't meant to mask it. So, just remember that.
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    thanks for the tutorial. just what I needed to make it sound beter. ^^ the full reverb really makes it sound better.
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  6. #36 Re: [Audio] Dealing With Vocals (Part I) 
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