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How To Use Compression - Detailed Tutorial


Hi I'm Michael Wynne. I'm a Scottish audio engineer and founder of In The Mix. Understanding compression and how to hear it is an essential mixing skill. In this video, I am going into a huge amount of detail to explain how to deeply hear and understand vocal compression so that you are no longer confused. I will show you all the important settings while compressing vocals and guitar. Video Notes: 1) Listen to compression when all your tracks are playing, if you can't hear the other instruments and vocals it is usually a waste of time (unless you are highly which case...why do you watch my videos!) 2) Often you need compression to make a vocal sound natural in a mix, surprisingly - This is due to how the microphone picks up some peoples voice 3) Have an Aim! If you don't know what you are aiming for, how will you be able to guarantee a good result? When you listen to the uncompressed audio, ask yourself: "What do I want to change?" "Do I need more sustain on this vocal?" "Are my vocals too punchy or transient?" 4) Compression Settings ▶Threshold The point or level in dB where the compression will start being applied. ▶Ratio How much compression should be applied? 2:1 = Gentle Compression 10:1 = Aggressive Compression A ratio of 4:1 means that the signal has to go 4dB above the threshold to get 1dB out (3db of compression) 8dB over = 2dB out etc ( 6db of compression!) This 4:1 ratio means only 25% of the signal above the threshold will pass through, so this is very noticeable. A ratio of 2:1 means that for every 2 dB the signal goes over the threshold, the compressor will only allow 1 dB through, so this only allows 50% of the signal above the threshold to pass through, this is considered gentle. The higher the number, the more gain reduction will be experienced when the signal passes the threshold. 20:1 and higher is usually getting into the range of limiting, where you have a virtually infinite ratio to prevent any peaks. ▶Attack How fast should the compression start after the threshold is passed? Fast attack time = Heavy, soft vocals Slower attack = Punchy, transient vocals ▶Release How fast does the compressor recover after the signal falls below the threshold? Slow release = Mushy vocals Fast release = Choppy vocals ▶Makeup Gain Compression turns your audio signal down, so we apply a boost at the end to bring it back up to the original level. With this boost applied and the peaks brought down, the overall signal is louder and more full! ▶Knee The knee of a compressor makes the threshold act more smoothly, so that compression is triggered in a smoother or more gradual manner. Experiment to see if it gives you a more natural tone. 🌍 My Website / Contact / Hire me - 🤍 📱 Join My Discord - 🤍 🎧 My Sound Banks / Preset Packs - 🤍 💸 Save money on DistroKid if you signup through my custom link - 🤍

How The Pros Use Compression - Audio Compression Instruments and Mixes


Secrets of How the Pros use Compression. In this video I discuss how compression works: Ratio, Threshold, Attack, Release, Hard-Knee, Soft Knee, Gain Reduction. What are and How to use the Plugin and Hardware Versions of: Optical Compressors - like the LA2A, LA3A, Shadow Hills Mastering Compressor.Tube Tech CL1B FET Compressors - Universal Audio 1176, Purple Audio MC77, Universal Audio 1176 Blue Stripe, Universal Audio 1178 VCA Compressors - SSL G Series, Alan Smart C2, Neve 33609 Variable MU - Fairchild 660 and 670, Manley Variable MU. Altec 436C, How To Compress and What to Use - Kick Drum, Snare, Toms, Overheads, Room Mic and Drum Buss Compression. I also provide examples of using compression plugins in individual Instruments and the Mix Buss. The song I use at the end is called "Live This Lie" that I wrote with my friend and Australian DJ TyDi BECOME A PATRON → 🤍 THE BEATO EAR TRAINING PROGRAM: 🤍 BUY THE BEATO BOOK HERE → 🤍 SUBSCRIBE HERE → 🤍 —————————————————————————————————————— My Links to Follow: YouTube - 🤍 Artist Facebook -🤍 Personal Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Follow On Twitter - 🤍rickbeato 🤍

Compression - Computerphile


Most of us deal with data compression on a daily basis, but what is it and how does it work? Professor David Brailsford introduces compression with regards to text and pictures. 🤍 🤍 This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. (some questions from Brady, in case you are confused!) Computer Science at the University of Nottingham: 🤍 Computerphile is a sister project to Brady Haran's Numberphile. See the full list of Brady's video projects at:🤍

Easiest Way to Understand Compression


For decades, compression has been a hard to understand topic for beginner and even advanced music producers, but its idea is actually very simple. In this video I'm showing you a really simple approach to understanding the whole concept of compression. After watching it, the whole topic should be much clearer and if you practice using ways I show you on the video you should grasp the idea really quickly. Premium Sample & Preset Packs: 🤍 Our plugins: 🤍 Watch more: 🤍

Compression: Crash Course Computer Science #21


Get your first two months of CuriosityStream free by going to 🤍 and using the promo code “crashcourse”. So last episode we talked about some basic file formats, but what we didn’t talk about is compression. Often files are way too large to be easily stored on hard drives or transferred over the Internet - the solution, unsurprisingly, is to make them smaller. Today, we’re going to talk about lossless compression, which will give you the exact same thing when reassembled, as well as lossy compression, which uses the limitations of human perception to remove less important data. From listening to music and sharing photos, to talking on the phone and even streaming this video right now the ways we use the Internet and our computing devices just wouldn’t be possible without the help of compression. Pre-order our limited edition Crash Course: Computer Science Floppy Disk Coasters here! 🤍 Produced in collaboration with PBS Digital Studios: 🤍 Want to know more about Carrie Anne? 🤍 The Latest from PBS Digital Studios: 🤍 Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Tumblr - 🤍 Support Crash Course on Patreon: 🤍 CC Kids: 🤍

This is why you need a COMPRESSOR


All about compression. The most seen usages, we'll see what it does to the sound. The transients, attack, release, ratio, threshold, we'll learn it all! ▶FOLLOW ME◀ Instagram: 🤍 ▶SUPPORT ME◀ Patreon: 🤍 ▶COMPRESSORS USED◀ Tegeler Audio - VTRC Origin Effects - Cali76 ▶GEAR◀ 🤍 ▶GUITAR◀ Haar classic T ▶MICS◀ Vocal mic - 🤍 ▶SOUND◀ Soundcard - 🤍 DAW - 🤍 ▶CAMERAS◀ Camera 1 - 🤍 Camera 2 - 🤍 Camera 3 - 🤍 Lens 1 - 🤍 Lens 2 - 🤍 Lens 3 - 🤍 Hi, my name is Paul Davids! I am a guitar player, teacher, producer, and overall music enthusiast from the Netherlands! I try to inspire people from all over the world with my videos, here on YouTube. If you want to know more about me, check out 🤍 Thank you for watching! Paul

Compression 101


Compression can be a really difficult concept to wrap your mind around so in this episode we're gonna tackle this topic and hopefully bring some clarity. In the comments let me know what compressors you're using. 🤍 🤍 🤍 Check out the gear in this and past episodes here: 🤍 Gear in this video: 1:24 Roland AS-1 Sustainer 🤍 1:49 Boss CS-1 🤍 1:56 MXR Dynacomp 🤍 2:04 Ross Compressor 🤍 2:11 Dan Armstrong Orange Squeeze Compressor 🤍 2:17 JHS Pulp N' Peel V4 🤍 5:08 JHS Whitey Tighty 🤍 9:23 JHS Panther Cub V2 🤍 9:23 Fulltone Distortion Pro 🤍 9:23 Boss OD-3 🤍 9:23 Keeley Compressor Pro 🤍 9:23 JHS Whitey Tighty 🤍 15:15 Boss CP-1X 🤍 15:23 Diamond Compressor 🤍 15:28 JHS Pulp N' Peel V4 🤍 15:38 EarthQuaker Devices The Warden 🤍 15:51 Keeley Compressor Pro 🤍 16:00 Keeley Compressor Plus 🤍 16:06 MXR Dynacomp 🤍 16:20 JHS Whitey Tighty 🤍 Record Time: Talking Heads - Remain in Light 🤍 Josh’s record player is by U-Turn Audio: 🤍 #jhs #thejhsshow #compression

Are You Using the Wrong Compressor? Compression Masterclass


Let's look at the different common types of Compressors: FET, Tube (Vari-Mu), Optical and VCA. This video is intended to follow on from my "Compression Explained" video where you can learn how to dial in all the settings and feel confident with your mixing. 0:00 - Intro 0:20 - Overview 0:45 - FET 4:05 - Tube (Vari-Mu) 7:07 - Optical 8:45 - VCA 11:45 - Outro FET Compression: These are bold compressors with incredibly fast attack times. FET compressors are not subtle and will usually lead to an obvious and familiar tone. Be careful with those fast attack times, it can be best to start off with the slower attack times (still very fast at 800 micro seconds!). Some famous examples include the UREI 1176 (especially revisions C, D and E). Try using a FET compressor to tame the transients of a vocal or instrument during recording and follow it with a slower and smoother compressor such as tube or optical. Tube Compression: Some of the first compressors used tubes (or valves) to control the gain reduction. They typically have slow attack and release times so preserve transients well. They are often described as "muscial" and "warm" due to the obvious colouration/saturation they provide. Often a tube compressor (or pre amp) can be an effective form of EQ due to the dramatic tonal changes they can impart!. Some famous examples include the Fairchild 670 and the Manley Vari-Mu. Optical Compression: These have a highly unusual circuit design where the audio signal (as electric current) causes a light to glow at varying intensities. The light is detected by a photocell and the resulting current is used to determine the gain reduction applied. The speed of light is blisteringly fast but the bulb or LED doesn't react quickly to transients. This allows optical compressors to have a unique attack and release behaviour where the release time changes in a non linear fashion depending on the amount of input signal. Use these gently for transparent compression and general leveling or drive them hard for some obvious pumping and distortion. They are often paired with tube or transitor output stages to add further saturation. Famous examples include the TELETRONIX LA-2A. VCA Compression: The most flexible and customisable compression of the 4. They excel equally on entire mixes and can be found in the best mastering compressors and on mixing consoles including SSL, Neve and API. Some famous examples include the Distressor, SSL G comp and the API 2500. They are the most common type of compressor for good reason, they offer excellent sound, are relatively affordable and easier to maintain with soild state ciruitry. Compression Explained Video: 🤍 🌍 My Website / Contact / Hire me - 🤍 🎧 Become a member of this channel: 🤍 🎧 Patreon (Exclusive benefits): 🤍 🎧 My Sound Banks / Preset Packs - 🤍 📱 Join My Free Discord - 🤍 💸 Save money on DistroKid if you sign up through my custom link - 🤍 In this video I am using Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro headphones #Compression #mixing #musicproduction

Compressors Explained – Sound Basics with Stella Episode 3


Audio level compression is a huge part of any good mix in any musical genre. Find out why in this episode of Sound Basics with audio engineer Stella Gotshtein. Watch all episodes: 🤍 This is the third episode of Sound Basics with Stella, a series of videos about the very basics of sound engineering and music production, hosted by musician, sound engineer and producer Stella Gotshtein. Stay tuned for the next episodes, and if there are any topics you’d like to see covered, let us know in the comments! Subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍 Follow us on Social Media: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 For more information, please visit our website: 🤍

How To HEAR COMPRESSION - Music Production


In this video, I want to help you hear what compression can do to audio. It's one of the most widely misunderstood topics in pro audio so I wanted to make a longer, slower video really taking time to listen in closely so that you can start hearing what compression is doing. Please ask me anything in the comments. Michael 0:00 - Intro 0:40 - Vocal Compression 3:00 - Visual Example 5:35 - Guitar Compression Full Compression Tutorial - 🤍 My Favourite Free Plugins - 🤍 🌍 My Website / Contact / Hire me - 🤍 🎧 Become a member of this channel: 🤍 🎧 Patreon (Exclusive benefits): 🤍 🎧 My Sound Banks / Preset Packs - 🤍 📱 Join My Free Discord - 🤍 💸 Save money on DistroKid if you sign up through my custom link - 🤍 In this video, I am using Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro headphones.

Compression explained & HOW to use it... (EASY explanation)


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How to NAIL Vocal Compression Every Time


How can you get vocals to sit perfectly upfront in the mix, while still feeling lively? With double stacked compression of course, but not in the way you would normally dial it in! Learn more: 🤍 0:00 Introduction 0:16 Why compression of vocals is essential 1:06 Too much vs. too little compression – What to watch out for 1:58 Why using two compressors on vocals is clever 2:43 The dual compressor your vocal tracks are missing 3:55 Mystery vocal compressor plugin control tour 5:22 Hear more examples Discover more Vocal plugins and bundles from Waves Audio: 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel: 🤍 Follow us on Social Media: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 Telegram: 🤍 For more information, please visit our website: 🤍 #WavesAudio #MixingVocals #Compression

Elegant Compression in Text (The LZ 77 Method) - Computerphile


Text compression methods such as LZ can reduce file sizes by up to 80%. Professor Brailsford explains the nuts and bolts of how it is done. Original Compression film: 🤍 EXTRA BITS - Text Compression meets probabilities: 🤍 Cross Site Scripting with Tom Scott: 🤍 🤍 🤍 This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. Computer Science at the University of Nottingham: 🤍 Computerphile is a sister project to Brady Haran's Numberphile. See the full list of Brady's video projects at: 🤍

6 Rules of #Compression


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How To Use Compression | What EVERYONE Needs To Know


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Compression Ratio - Explained


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Data Compression as Fast As Possible


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gzip file compression in 100 Seconds


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5 Vocal Compression Rules


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Compression and Tension: Types of stress in the crust


Learn how compression and tension create mountains and mid-ocean ridges and trenches. Compression is stress that squeezes an object. Tension stretches an object.

Don't get caught out by not fully understanding attack and release times - Demonstrated & explained


Mark breaks down exactly how to creating punch with the attack control, shape tone and create groove with the release control and use parallel compression to bring out details. Mark Wingfield is a critically-acclaimed jazz mixing and mastering engineer. He has mixed or mastered three Downbeat Magazine Masterpiece Albums of the Year, two JazzWise Best Releases of the Year and three All About Jazz Best Albums of the Year. Jazz albums he has mixed or mastered have received more than 300 rave reviews worldwide. Mark mixes and masters at his UK based Heron Island Studio. If you enjoy these videos or find them useful By Me a Coffee it will help me to keep creating these videos. Thanks! 🤍 If you are interested in working with Mark on your next album you can contact him here:

A Guitarists Guide to Compression


In this episode I will explain what compressors do before your guitar amp and after it using plugins in your DAW. BEATO EAR TRAINING → 🤍 THE BEATO CLUB → 🤍 BUY THE BEATO BOOK HERE → 🤍 MY HELIX PRESETS →🤍 KEMPER PROFILES → 🤍 SUBSCRIBE HERE → 🤍 —————————————————————————————————————— My Links to Follow: YouTube - 🤍 Follow my Instagram - 🤍 —————————————————————————————— Special Thanks to My Supporters: Nat Linville Bobby Alcott Peter Glen Blair Morgan Robert Marqusee James Hurster John Nieradka Grey Tarkenton Joe Armstrong Brian Smith Robert Hickerty comboy Peter DeVault Phil Mingin Tal Harber Rick Taylor Bill Miller Gabriel Karaffa Brett Bottomley Frederick Humphrey Frederick Humphrey Jason Lowman Jake Stringer Steffen Schroeder Matthias Juhnke steven crawford Robert Enyedi Piush Dahal Jeff Portman Jim Sanger Damian Noga Brian Lawson Eddie Khoriaty Brett Hesford Ronnie Thompson Daniel Lahey CL Turner Scott Quillin Mark Hampton Zayne Ryder Vinny Piana J.I. Abbot Vijay Vaidyanathan Kyle Dandurand Joe Knight Anthony Lanman Rory McGuckin Brian Brackeen Amro Othman Dave Ling DOUGLAS BUTTON Michael Krugman Vinicius Almeida John Diaz Akshay Chowdhry Lars Nielsen Dave Hawkey Kyle Duvall Alex Zuzin Don B Puryear Jr tom gilberts Paul Noonan Scott Thompson Jaime Villescas Kaeordic Industries LLC Duane Blake Kai Ellis Zack Kirkorian Joe Ansaldi Jonathan Wentworth-Linton  Pzz Marc Alan Rob Kline Calvin Wells David Trapani Will Elrics Chris Defendorf Debbie Valle JP Rosato Orion Letizi Mike Voloshen

How David Gilmour Uses Stacked Compression


If you’ve found compressors a little bit difficult to get into or would just like some ideas on some practical uses for compressors, what kind of playing styles they work with or how to mix them with other effects, this should be helpful. Signal Chain: CS-3 - Cali 76 - Dyna Comp - Big Muff - Tube Pilot - CE-2 - DD-8 The MXR Dyna Comp is probably the compressor most associated with David Gilmour. I’ve set this one to do the most extreme compression out of the three. If you ever want to test a compressor to listen exactly to what it’s doing to the signal this is a great way to do it, play soft, then play hard. Then listen to how the compressor reacts. An extremely compressed sound is nice for certain things but I’m not too keen on it through an amp set really clean, I can hear and feel the pumping effect a bit too much, it sounds unnatural and feels a bit weird. If you turn your amp up, when you play hard, you get a bit of natural valve compression or tube compression. Combining the Dyna Comp with the natural compression of the amp makes the compression sound that is coming from the pedal a little less noticeable, it doesn’t sound or feel as weird. It’s causing signal to stay right on the cusp of sending the amp into overdrive and the compressor pedal is helping the signal stay at that level no matter whether you're playing gently or really digging in. There’s also a slight mid boost that happens with a lot of these OTR guitar pedal type compressors. Through a really clean amp that mid boost can sometimes sound a little harsh and aggressive but now it’s going through the amps natural valve compression that 2nd stage of compression helps even things out. I really like this sort of tone for the iconic solo in Another Brick In The Wall Part 2 I'm using a more subtle setting on the CS-3, bear in mind that David Gilmour is better known for using the Boss CS-2 but this is just what I have. This is the sort of sound that I think is good for evening out clean funky percussive rhythm parts like in Another Brick In The Wall Part 2 or to fatten and even out clean articulate lead lines like in the lead playing near the start of Shine On You Crazy Diamond parts 1-5. The Origin Effects Cali76 is a bit of a more sophisticated studio style compressor. I’ve set this one for parallel compression where I’ve mixed the clean signal back in with the compressed signal. This way you can have quite a highly compressed setting that might be a bit over the top on its own, but then you can mix the clean sound back in to make it sound more natural and transparent but still adding that fat thickening sound you get from compressors. That’s a pretty heavily compressed sound but now listen to it with the clean signal mixed back in and I hope you can hear how it’s adding a lot of the natural transients and dynamics back in but there’s this thickness to the sound. It’s a great compressor setting if you don’t like the sound of those more traditional guitar pedal compressors. Now for stacking the compressor pedals. I’ll start with mixing the two more mild compressors the CS-3 and the Cali 76. The best way I can think to describe this sound is a heavy compression that is at the same time quite transparent. It's different to the sound of the MXR dyna comp which is a heavy compression but adds a lot more colour and pumps the volume more obviously. I like this dual compression sound for fattening the lead to solos that have a little bit of drive like the solo to Money, it evens the amount of input that’s being sent to the overdrive pedal so you have a more consistent amount of gain and notes higher up the neck never really get thin like they sometimes can on a strat. Now I’ll include some fuzz and distortion. I think David Gilmour often uses an overdrive pedal after his fuzz to reshape the tone, a lot of fuzz pedals like this Electro Harmonix Big Muff have a mid scooped sound to them and running an overdrive pedal after them reshapes the EQ so that they’re a bit more focused and cut through a mix a little better. Notice how because we’re using compression and multiple gain stages you don’t need as much gain on the overdrive and distortion pedals which in themselves are a type of compressor as well. Timecodes: 00:00 - Intro 00:12 - Heavy Compression (Dyna Comp) 01:40 - Tube Amp Compression 02:05 - Heavy Comp + Tube Amp Compression 03:53 - Medium Compression (Boss CS-3) 06:10 - Parallel Compression (Cali 76) 08:20 - Summary of Settings 08:50 - Stacked Compressors with Overdrive 11:15 - Stacked Compressors Clean and with Fuzz

Music Production in 2 Minutes: Understanding Compression


So, what is compression in music? Well, learning how to use compression can be a game-changer in your growth as a producer. This quick lesson on how to compress properly in music production will help you boost your skills and improve your workflow in any DAW, as well as offer a fundamental understanding of how to compress. Subscribe for music production tutorials → 🤍 Get 50 Technical Mixing & Mastering tips right now → 🤍 — — — — — — — — Hyperbits is an online music production school that doesn’t suck. If you're a musician who wants to improve your skills and gain industry knowledge, subscribe to our channel. For more info visit: 🤍 Learn more about the Hyperbits Masterclass: 🤍 If you have any questions, let us know in the comments. Thanks for watching!

Beginner's Guide to Compression (part 1)


In this tutorial, Dan Worrall explains the explains concept of audio compression and explores the most fundamental compressor parameters, like threshold, ratio, attack and release.

How Computers Compress Text: Huffman Coding and Huffman Trees


Computers store text (or, at least, English text) as eight bits per character. There are plenty of more efficient ways that could work: so why don't we use them? And how can we fit more text into less space? Let's talk about Huffman coding, Huffman trees, and Will Smith. Thanks to the Cambridge Centre for Computing History: 🤍 Thanks to Chris Hanel at Support Class for the graphics: 🤍 Filmed by Tomek: 🤍 And thanks to my proofreading team! I'm at 🤍 on Twitter at 🤍 on Facebook at 🤍 and on Snapchat and Instagram as tomscottgo

Compressor Designer GEEKS OUT on DRUM COMPRESSION!


If you dig my message, maybe you'll dig my productions: 🤍 Compressors are powerful weapons that define the tone, texture, and attitude of our productions. Join Gregory Scott, Kush Audio’s analog and plugin designer, as he twists the knobs on a compressor plugin while telling you exactly what to listen for, making it incredibly easy to hear all the nuances that make compressors the most magical pieces of gear in a producer’s arsenal. 🤍

Use This Compression Trick For Better Low End


Are you using this compression feature? Filtering a compressors side chain or detection circuit can dramatically improve the low-end impact of your music. I use this technique when compressing drums, mixes and any signal with a lot of low or sub frequencies. Take part in the Remix Contest here: 🤍 All the details are over on my Discord server. There are thousands of dollars worth of prizes to be won! 0:00 - Introduction 0:15 - Sidechain Process 2:55 - Before and After 3:35 - Useful Tips 4:20 - This vs Multiband Compression 5:12 - Other Compressors 6:40 - Important Information 🌍 My Website / Contact / Hire me - 🤍 🎧 Become a member of this channel: 🤍 🎧 Support Me On Patreon: 🤍 🎧 My Sound Banks / Preset Packs - 🤍 📱 Join My Free Discord - 🤍 💸Releasing a song? Save money on DistroKid if you sign up through my custom link - 🤍

What Is Compression? | Audio Dynamics 101


What do compressors do? And how do you use them in mixing and mastering? Follow along as Sam Loose demystifies dynamics processing, continuing with compressors. Learn what compressors are, what situations they are used for, such as evening out a vocal take or thickening a drum kit, and how you can use compressors to achieve your desired sound. Learn more about compressors: 🤍 To get access to the plug-ins that are used in this video, along with exclusive mixing and mastering tutorials, start a free trial of Music Production Suite Pro: 🤍 Chapters 0:00 Intro 0:43 What is a compressor? 1:40 Compressor controls and definitions 5:02 Audio examples of compression 6:55 Audio example of different attack times 7:39 Oscilloscope feature in Neutron Pro 8:53 Release time considerations when compressing 9:56 How to use Mix Control in Neutron Pro 10:42 Sidechain compression and additional compression techniques 11:13 Outro #compression #musicproduction #izotope Musicbed SyncID: MB01EOLLXH4RUTC



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In today's video we're talking about your engine's compression ratio. First we'll explain the theory behind the compression ratio, so what it is and how it influences the performance and efficiency of your engines. After that we will dive into the practical side of things and we will see how to calculate and modify your compression ratio and finally we'll talk about choosing the best compression ratio for your application. So, let's get started. Now when we say compression ratio we're actually referring to the static compression ratio of the engine, and that is the ratio between the largest and smallest volume of your cylinder. In other words it's the ratio between the cylinder volume when the piston is at bottom dead center and the cylinder volume when the piston is at top dead center. Your compression ratio, as the name implies, determines how much the air and fuel mixture inside your cylinder gets squeezed and compressed. The higher your compression ratio the closer the air and fuel molecules are brought together which means that we allow combustion to occur more effectively and more rapidly which ensures that the air fuel mixture is burned more thoroughly. Iin general a higher combustion ratio is achieved either by reducing the size of the combustion chamber or by bringing the piston closer to the combustion chamber. By doing this we of course bring the piston closer to the heart of the cobmsution or the source of energy which allows more of this energy to be transfered onto the piston and turned into piston movement or mechanical energy. In other words a higher combustion ratio can improve both power and efficiency. So the more the better right? Well as with all things there's a sensible limit and you can actually have too much of a good thing. Because a higher compression ratio contributes to a more thorough burn of the air fuel mixture it also increases combustion temperatures. The more compressed the mixture the better it burns and the better it burns the hotter it burns. The upside of this is of course more power potential and more efficiency but the downside is that the engine will run hotter and will have increased nitrogen oxide emissions. Higher combustion temperatures lead to more nitrogen oxide emissions which is one of the main reasons why more modern diesel engines that have a EURO 6 emissions standard run on average lower compression than their predecessors from a decade or two ago. But one of the main limiting factors when it comes to compression in spark ignition engines is of course knock. When you compresses gasses they heat up, air is of course a gas and if you compress it too much it can get hot enough to ignite gasoline fuel before it's actually reached by the expanding flame front created by the spark plug. This is called knock. Obviously a higher compression ratio increases the chances of knock and thus limits the ratio of compression a gasoline engine can have. This is especially true for forced induction engines which send already compressed air into the engine. Okay, so that's the basic theory now let's move onto the practical side of things. So what determines your engine's compression ratio? It's actually seven things: 1. Your bore 2. Your stroke 3. The thickness of your compressed head gasket 4. The bore of your head gasket 5. The distance between your piston top and your block deck 6. The volume of your piston dish or dome 7. And your combustion chamber volume So how do you calculate it? Well there are formulas but the advent of the internet allows us to be lazy and just plug everything into readily available free to use online compression ratio calculators. When it comes to changing our compression ratio here's a basic run-down. Increased bore - increased compression ratio Increased stroke - increased compression ratio Thicker head gasket - reduces compression ratio Thinner head gasket - increases compression ratio Decking the block - increases compression ratio Cutting the head - increases compression ratio Removing material from the combustion chamber - reduces compression ratio Domed pistons - increase compression ratio Dished pistons - reduce compression ratio A special thank you to my patrons: Daniel Peter Della Flora Daniel Morgan William Richard Caldwell Pepe Brian Durning Brian Alvarez Dave Westwood Joe C Support d4a: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 #d4a #boostschool #compressionratio 00:00 What is compression ratio and how it works 04:20 How to calculate compression ratio 06:42 How to change it 09:37 Choosing the optimal one for your application

Digital Audio Compression - Computerphile


How does rich audio compress to stream across the internet with little quality loss? Audio Analytic's Dr Chris Mitchell explains. Audio Analytic is a sound recognition software company based in Cambridge UK & Palo Alto USA. Upside Down (Huffman) Trees: 🤍 Digital Audio: 🤍 'Streaming' music courtesy HS6: 🤍 .mod files: 🤍 .mid files: Wikimedia Commons 🤍 🤍 This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. Computer Science at the University of Nottingham: 🤍 Computerphile is a sister project to Brady Haran's Numberphile. More at 🤍



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What is Compression? – The Basics of Compression Explained


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Good Compression vs Bad Compression


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Are You Listening? Ep. 3 | Compression in Mastering


How do you 'glue' a master together using compression? What's the difference between compressing and limiting? Professional mastering engineer and iZotope Director of Education Jonathan Wyner shows you how to set attack and release times in your compressor, how to use Ozone's sidechain detection circuit to create a smoother low-end sound, when to use single or multiband compression, and much more. Explore the new Ozone 10, the industry's most advanced audio mastering software to get professional, loud masters: 🤍 Watch all three seasons of 'Are You Listening?': 🤍 Learn more about the fundamentals of mastering with over 100 helpful articles: 🤍 Listen to Mastering References a Spotify playlist by iZotope: 🤍 Note: Some audio examples you hear have been altered from their original recordings to bring attention to the core concepts highlighted in the 'Are You Listening?' series. #AreYouListening #iZotope #Compression



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OCR GCSE (J277) 1.2 Compression


OCR J277 Specification Reference - Section 1.2 Don't forget, whenever the blue note icon appears in the corner of the screen, that is your cue to take notes about the content being shown on the current slide. 00:00 Introduction 00:20 The reasons for compression 01:14 Compression techniques 01:53 Lossy compression techniques 02:21 Lossless compression 03:25 Suitability of lossy and lossless compression 03:59 Recap Comments are disabled on our videos because we want to ensure they are always appropriate to use in the classroom. However, we value your feedback, so if you have any comments or questions for us, please contact us directly at admin🤍

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