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[Feature Article] Andrew Scheps talks compression, plug… - Mixing in Parallel (Part 2)
Welcome to Part 2 of our interview with renowned mix engineer Andrew Scheps. This time around, Scheps offers more details on his mixing techniques, and talks about why he transitioned away from his previous console-based setup and into mixing in the box.
[Feature Article] Ribbon Speakers - The Operating Principles of Loudspeakers - Part 4
In the previous article we discussed compression drivers and acoustic horns. Today we'll focus on a technology whose patent was issued in the 1920s and widely used for microphones. However, its usability for loudspeaker design remained questionable up until the 1950s, when some improvements allowed ribbon speakers to be successfully marketed.
[Feature Article] Drive it Home - The Operating Principles of Loudspeakers - Part 3
To finish with this overview of the most widely used type of speaker, we'll discuss electrodynamic cone models. To improve the performance in the high frequencies, the cone is usually replaced with a dome, which is in turn placed in what's called a "compression driver," and attached to an acoustic horn to improve the coupling with the air.
[Feature Article] Award-winning mixer Michael Brauer ta… - The Wizard of Compression
An eight-time Grammy-award winner, engineer Michael Brauer has put his magic mixing touch on albums for Coldplay, John Mayer, and the Dave Matthews Band among many others. He is known for his unique compression technique, often referred to as “Brauerizing.”
[Feature Article] More About Compressing Reverb - A guide to mixing music - Part 75
Today we'll continue exploring the use of reverb and dynamics processing by looking at post-reverb compression.
[Feature Article] Reverb Meets Compression - A guide to mixing music - Part 74
Today we'll see how to make reverb and compression work together. At first sight it might seem weird to want to compress a reverb. And yet a compressor placed before or after the reverb can prove quite useful for controlling the reverberated signal.
[Feature Article] Your Ears, Your Music, Your Hearing - The Loudness War - Part 12
In this final installment of the series, we present a Q&A with Dr Thierry Briche, ENT specialist, and the former chief of the prestigious Val-de-Grâce Hospital in Paris, France. He was kind enough to talk to us about the ear, its architecture, risks, and potential injuries.
[Feature Article] Metering and Correction Software - The Loudness War - Part 11
In this, the penultimate installment in our series discussing the consequences of volume on music, sound and human ears, we look at tools for measuring loudness.
[Feature Article] New Standards - The Loudness War - Part 10
In this installment, we'll discuss the consequences of volume on music, sound and human ears.
[Feature Article] Play It By the Rules - The Loudness War ─ Part 9
In this new installment we'll continue discussing the consequences of volume on music, sound and human ears.