Mastering Your Compressor: Attack & Release Settings | SonicScoop.com

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Mastering Your Compressor: Attack & Release Settings | SonicScoop.com
Join Justin Colletti of SonicScoop.com for a super in-depth look at mastering the “Attack” and “Release” settings on your compressors.
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13 thoughts on “Mastering Your Compressor: Attack & Release Settings | SonicScoop.com”

  1. I started backing off my attack and overall having a more cautious approach
    with the threshold & attack relationship after watching this. Good work!

  2. I’ve been trying to train my ears to hear compression for a REALLY long
    time now. This video alone helped me finally pick it out when playing with
    a fast attack followed by a slower attack chain.
    Thanks bud, instant subscribe :)

  3. Cool video, thanks! What is your opinion on the usefulness of setting my
    attack and release times according to tempo?

  4. This is the best method I’ve ever come up with for understanding exactly
    what a compressor is doing. Pump pink noise through an external side-chain
    capable compressor. Have your side-chain detection track something really
    punchy like a kick and snare loop. Turn the fader on the loop track all the
    way down (don’t mute it). Now, play the loop and you’ll literally be able
    to hear exactly what the compressor is doing to the audio clear as day.

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