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Effective and easy DYNAMIC COMPRESSOR

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It is recommended for giving music a "drive", especially on budget equipment, as well as for voicing superformats such as SACD etc. When the volume is low, it replaces the tone compensation (but without frequency equalization).

Only ONE simple adjustment (in the range from 1 to 2)!!!

For most cases of massively distributed music , it is enough to set the compression coefficient  = 1.4 , but:
- for uncompressed recordings (DR>10), the coefficient 1.4 is optimal - if higher, then distortions noticeable by ear will be trampled
- for uncompressed (>DR15) - up to 2
- for recompressed records (DR<10) - <1.1


Re: Effective and easy DYNAMIC COMPRESSOR

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download DLL 131 kB

It is recommended for giving music a "drive", especially on budget equipment, as well as for voicing superformats such as SACD etc. When the volume is low, it replaces the tone compensation (but without frequency equalization).

Only ONE simple adjustment (in the range from 1 to 2)!!!

For most cases of massively distributed music , it is enough to set the compression coefficient  = 1.4 , but:
- for uncompressed recordings (DR>10), the coefficient 1.4 is optimal - if higher, then distortions noticeable by ear will be trampled
- for uncompressed (>DR15) - up to 2
- for recompressed records (DR<10) - <1.1


Nice.
Thank you.

 

Re: Effective and easy DYNAMIC COMPRESSOR

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Can you spare any details about how it works?