Udemy.com – Mixing with FabFilter: Compression with FabFilter Pro-C2 [Tutorial, ENG]

By | September 12, 2019


Release Year : 2016
Manufacturer : Udemy.com
Manufacturer Website : www.udemy.com/mixing-with-fabfilter-compression-with-fabfilter-pro-c2/
Duration : 01:24:06
Distribution Type : Video Tutorial
Language : English

Description : The plug-in package from FabFilter has the necessary set of tools for mixing and mastering any music. Today, the Pro-C 2 is the most advanced compressor that exists in the VST / AU plugin format.
In this watch workshop we are going to talk about the basics of compression. Explain the differences between analog and digital compressors, their main parameters, such as Attack, Release, Ratio, Threshold, Make-up gain, etc.

FabFilter plugin bundle is essential set of tools for Mixing and Mastering any kind of music. And as for today Pro-C 2 is the most advanced compressor that exists in the VST / AU plugin format.
In this 60 min Masterclass we are going to cover Compression Fundamentals – explain analog and digital compressor differences, main compressor parameters such as Attack, Release, Ratio, Threshold, Make-up gain etc.
Then we are going to review all the controls of FabFilter Pro-C2 and take a look at the examples of compression, sidechain compression and parallel compression based on various elements in the mix: guitars, bass, kick drum etc. Pro-C 2 is very versilite compressor that can be applied on different stages – production, mixing and mastering.
When it comes to compression when we talk about compressors – we have two types of compressors: musical compressors (vintage: LA-2, 1176) and technical digital compressors (Pro-C2).


── 1. Introduction.mp4
├── 2. Compression Foundations.mp4
├── 3. FabFilter Pro-C 2 Overview.mp4
├── 4. Sidechain Compression with Pro-C.mp4
├── 5. Compression examples – part 1.mp4
├── 6. Compression Practice part 2.mp4
└── 7. Parallel Compression with Pro-C2.mp4

Sample files : none
Video Format : MP4
Video : AVC, 1280×720 (16: 9), 30.000 fps, ~ 202 Kbps avg, 0.007 bit / pixel
Audio : 48.0 KHz, AAC LC, 2 ch, ~ 192 Kbps


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