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Well, I guess I'll just quote the beginning of an article, I'm going to introduce, published on Sound On Sound magazine.

Few things confuse home-studio owners more when mixing than compression. It’s easy to find out what compressor parameters do in the abstract, but answers to more critical (and less tangible) questions are thinner on the ground. How do you know whether or when to compress? How much compression is enough, or too much? What are the right attack and release times? This article should lend a helping hand with such questions. Instead of beginning by explaining about compressor design, as most tutorials seem to do, I’ll start with some common mixing difficulties and show how the main compressor parameters provide tools to overcome them.
So, yea, another article about compression but this time it's a little bit more practical :)

Article: Compression Made Easy


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