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GREAT TUTORIAL. Just one remark, drop your volume´s voice cause it´s too
loud in comparation of your examples. ?

very useful, well explained and presented. thanks for sharing your
knowledge! ?

It is always productive to observe different perspectives on frequency
isolation. Thanks for the informative tutorial.

i use ableton for recording my drums through microphones. i want to know if
there is a way to add reverb to certain frequencies. i dont run through an
interface so i cant add fx to certain tracks, all my mics run through one
track. I want to have reverb on the snare, some toms, and cymbals but not
on the bass drum. is there a way to cut out the reverb around 40hz?

Thanx! some nice tips you gave us 🙂

sure, you need a multiband reverb

Compression is reducing the “dynamic range” (the difference between the
lowest dB and highest dB). It “pushes” the highest dB sections to lower dB
levels (those above threshold). If you do not add any “make-up gain” then
it will actually sound quieter, not louder. The “louder” effect comes from
adding output gain on the compressor to match the loudest part PRE
compressor, thus everything below the threshold gets increased from before
but you keep the same overall peak levels from before.