Mixing And Mastering With T-RackS CS Bus Compressor Tutorial

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Mixing And Mastering With T-RackS CS Bus Compressor Tutorial
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The Bus Compressor is based on the mix bus VCA compressor of a worldwide known and acknowledged British mixing console from the 80’s. This legendary processor has been painstakingly analyzed and measured down to the very single active and passive component to obtain a dead on behavior that will impart that famous “glue” effect on mix tracks without any compromise.

In this tutorial we look at several applications of the plug-in: The subtle yet effective “glue effect”, compressing a drum bus from subtle to slamming or squashed, and all of the components of this plug-in including the great GRIT switch. Learn about the dual functionality of the RESET button, sidechain hi pass, and mid-side processing.

Bus Compressor is one of the 20 professional mixing and mastering processors available in the T-RackS Custom Shop. Download the free T-RackS Custom Shop software, which comes with the Classic T-RackS Equalizer and a full metering suite, and you’ll have access to the Custom Shop, where you can try our processors before you buy.
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4 thoughts on “Mixing And Mastering With T-RackS CS Bus Compressor Tutorial”

  1. Awesome tool to have! Place this across your master fader and things just
    sound better! 

  2. I love this thing…just got it as part of the british studio collection
    (which also contains my 2 favorite ssl strips)…and to top it off I got
    waves nls over the weekend…so I decided to pop all my ssl stuff on a copy
    of one of my latest sessions and it sounds incredible…I used to scoff at
    analog emulation within the digital domain but it’s gotten to the point now
    where it’s definitely worth the money to add some depth and character to
    your tracks…but back to this thing…it’s not only good on busses but
    it’s just a nice compressor in general for light duty work…it does really
    well for stuff that needs just a hair of compression

  3. I just get t racks deluxe but I can’t access the presets when I load any
    presets the song make wired sounds I have a Mac computer and Logic Pro x
    can’t you help me please? Alain.

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