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Year 10 lesson on Compression

Year 10 lesson on Compression

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  • 1. BTEC Music Technology Unit 9 Assignment 10 - Mix it Compression
  • 2. Lesson Objectives
    • To understand Compression
    • To be able to explain what compression does to recorded sound
    • To locate online tutorial movie
    • To add compression to your mix in Logic
  • 3. What is compression? Look at this picture. There are ‘people’ of different sizes
  • 4. What is compression? Now look at how they have been squished to fit. Imagine this as sound.
  • 5. So what is it? What is Compression? Compression reduces a dynamic range. In other words you can squish the dynamic range into set boundaries Why do we need it? - no sudden loud noises for the listener (don’t want damaged ear drums or any nasty shocks) - ensures all sounds (incl. very quiet ones) can be heard - gives you more control over the volumes in the mix
  • 6. Compression
    • Look at this sound wave.
    • A red line has been drawn to show the level of compression to be added.
    • Draw what happens to the wave
  • 7. The compression window
  • 8. Compression Tutorial