All there is to know about analog summing: what it means, how it works and what it can do in a hybrid studio setup. In this masterclass we will talk about its origins and features with a final shootout between a mix 100% in-the-box vs one through real analog summing and then against two famous digital emulations. This masterclass is going to be your final stop for knowing everything about this topic, with the added fresh point of view, objectivity and honest critical mindset that Alberto Rizzo Schettino is famous for.
Peak limiting is an important part of today's production processes, especially in mastering. Loud masters with a good sound are not easy to achieve and part of the strategy involves conscious and well-planned peak limiting. What makes clippers different from limiters? We are going to compare and "shoot out" some famous digital clippers and limiters in the digital world to find out what's best about both of them.
Analog devices have a desirable way of handling the audio signal. These changes in dynamics and frequency response are typical of all the equipment used back in the days when a lot of our favorite records were made. How do digital plug-ins recreate this analog behavior? This 4-episode bundle gets you up and running with the basic principles behind analog modeling in music production.
What is your favorite audio plug-in, and why? What makes the digital domain more comfortable and/or more powerful to use? What features make some plug-ins stand out against others? This video serie focuses on the strong points of plug-ins in the digital era, from the user interface to the internal processing.
Advantanges of Digital Audio Plug-ins
The Pros of Digital EQs
Digital EQ In Use
What are Multiband Compressors?
Pros of Digital Compressors
What is a Parallel Equalizer?