Tarekith wrote:I didn't correct it because in the context of what I'm talking about in my example, it isn't a mistake. There's a lot of situations where a signal other than the one I'm using in my examples will produce different results, I didn't have the space to cover every possible scenario.peeddrroo wrote:nice guide.
i think there's a mistake though (i wrote to tarekith about it, but he doesn't seem to want to correct it).
in the threshold chapter, when he writesit's only true if the signal is under 0dB. for signals greater than 0dB, the signal gets compressed.With the threshold at 0dB, the compressor is not acting on your audio at all, it's passing through the compressor untouched by any dynamics control
If anyone has any other questions of clarification they'd like, feel free to post in the thread versus PM's. Thanks!
ok, no offense, i'm just trying to help.
in this case, you should state that what you write is only true for a specific signal.
but really, i wouldn't write in a compressor tutorial that
at least, replace "your audio" by "this signal", it's a bit confusion otherwise.With the threshold at 0dB, the compressor is not acting on your audio at all