Ableton Live | Mixing Tutorial | Compression Or EQ First? With Matt Donner | Pyramind Training

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Ableton Live | Mixing Tutorial | Compression Or EQ First? With Matt Donner | Pyramind Training
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Dynamics or EQ? 1:57
Dynamics Processing 2:54
Setting your EQ 3:44
Processing Order 4:44
Rounding out Drums with EQ 8:19
A/B testing processing order 13:06

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Compression or EQ First? – Pyramind Chief Academic Officer: Matt Donner shows the pros and cons of using Equalization or Compression first in the signal processing chain.
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12 thoughts on “Ableton Live | Mixing Tutorial | Compression Or EQ First? With Matt Donner | Pyramind Training”

  1. Compression = Chicken = C and EQ = Egg = E so I guess it was actually
    brilliant without the coffee

  2. “which comes first the chicken or the egg?” WOW that question blew my
    fucking brain what is life why

  3. That build up was so epic but then…. “weoowwwww miuwwwwwww weowwwwwwwwww
    bum tss bum tss bum tss”
    *SAY WHOOT*

  4. As soon as you turned on the compressor, other sounds got suppressed. How
    do you deal with that? How do you restore those levels? I can hear the kick
    pretty god but other sounds just disappeared, specially the sounds which
    have low levels in the mix.

  5. That’s a huge difference! Thanks for clearing up some things for me.
    I’ve been a eq->compressor guy for a long time. Time to experiment.

  6. Really depends on how you use the EQ imo. I never boost, and in fact, I am
    usually only using EQ to control the high and low end of the signal, and
    occasionally some shimmer on the high end for guitars. I can definitely see
    how boosting after the comp is good for a thick juicy kick drum. That’s
    probably something I’ll try in my next song.

  7. The chicken is just an egg’s way of making another egg.

    Awesome video! Helps explain a lot, thanks!

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