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Author Topic: Rediscovering R-Comp. . .  (Read 3834 times)

Beezoboy

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Rediscovering R-Comp. . .
« on: March 19, 2005, 09:47:39 AM »

So I have always shrugged off Waves RComp (after have using UAD-1 and the DigiPhish stuff), but the other day I was trying to tone down a snares' attack and I was like "hey Rcomp tones down everything in a bad way" so I gave it a shot. Well by lowering the attack down I nearly completely lost the attck. And that was on 1:1 without adjusting the threshold.

So after adusting the attack and all I had just the body of the snare and it was great to add to the main track to help add depth with a little bit of verb.

So anyway I am by no means saying Rverb is good, but for someone with out a Transient Designer (like me) its a neat tool for snare. Outside of that I really don't care for it except on bass once in a great while.

Just though I would share.

Beez
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