Crushing It – Parallel Drum Compression

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In this video I’m crushing it…or demonstrating one way you can do parallel drum compression. This is part of a new series where I’ll be going through some more basic mixing techniques for beginners and intermediates.

This works in any DAW, even though this tutorial is done in Reaper.

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  • DavidSJ
    Posted at 00:12h, 05 June

    You do a lot more on you parallel bus than I do…I usually just use a Rough Rider to smash it down and EQ out the runaway frequencies…now I have something new to try…