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Comments about the feature article: How to Get the Pumping Drums Effect with Sidechain Compression

 
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Craig Anderton

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1 Posted on 05/30/2012 at 22:39:34Direct link to this post
Sidechaining has been around for years; this is the process of using one signal to control another. A couple classic examples are using a kick drum to gate a bass part, or doing de-essing - isolating the high sibilant frequencies from a vocal, and using those to trigger compression so that the sibilants come down in volume.

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2 Posted on 06/01/2012 at 21:42:05Direct link to this post
Lovely article. If only you could explain the same principle to Nuendo users. I know the principle is the same but I need step by step guidance with pictures. I could play all positions of a mixolydian b7 scale and run minor 9ths add 13 arpeggios but music technology is too much for me! (maybe less playing and more manuals?). In any case, thank you for the article!
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