Discover How To Use Compression On Guitar
Popular guitar blog features information on audio compression. Guitar players will understand how compression affects their guitar sound live and in the recording studio.
Mike Sunderlin of Mikes Guitar Talk defines audio compression and how guitarists can use it live on stage and in the recording studio. A guitar player’s sound changes dramatically with compression and each player should learn how to use compression to define tone. Compression also plays a large part in the recording studio process. Mike offers information about compression for both scenarios to guitarists and engineers around the world. He has proven to be a reliable source of information with his most recent post on compression at http://www.mikesguitartalk.com/2011/10/how-to-use-compression-on-guitar.html.
“Compression is a topic that confuses a lot of guitarists.” Mike clarifies, “Most professional guitarists will suggest using compression pedals live on pedal boards and compressing guitars in recording studios, but why?”
According to Mike, “For most beginning guitarists, the purpose of compression can be unclear. Let’s tackle compression in this post so that it will be more clear to you on your live rig or in the studio.”
“You will find the definition of compression,” Mike says, “Different compression pedals and studio tools, a demonstration on a pedal board, and tips to recording compression in professional and home studios.”
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