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MUSIC PRODUCTION – What is a Compressor and How does it Work ?

by | Mar 26, 2018 | MUSIC PRODUCTION

MUSIC PRODUCTION – What is a Compressor and How Does it Work ?

In this piano tutorial made by Alex Rome, you are going to learn what a compressor is used for and how you would use it. The teacher tries to answer every question he once had about compressors and how they work. He talks about their various functions  with a useful visual demonstration .

MY OPINION

The perfect tutorial for learning what a compressor is !

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