Posts Tagged ‘dbx’

Waves Releases dbx 160 Compressor/Limiter Plug-In

Waves Releases dbx 160 Compressor/Limiter Plug-In

Flash back to the 70s when artists like David Bowie and Led Zeplin were topping the charts with tracks mixed and produced by Eddie Kramer. One of his go-to pieces of outboard gear? The original dbx 160 compressor. This widely used compressor of yesteryear has now been modeled by Waves. Read more...

Beyond The Basics: Sidechain Compression

For a video version of this story on sidechain compression, click here.

If you read SonicScoop, chances are you already know a thing or two about compressors. You’re probably already familiar with basic controls like your threshold, which allows you to set the point at which a compressor “kicks Read more...

Landmarks: Main Monitors, Sear Sound, Studio C

Landmarks: Main Monitors, Sear Sound, Studio C

HELL’S KITCHEN: In 1999, Walter Sear added something big to the New York City studioscape: Sear Sound’s famed Studio C.

Two Steve Durr-designed monitors flank Sear Sound’s exquisite Studio C.

Sear and his crew put together a room that was lavished with sunlight, and as rich in atmosphere as it Read more...

Studio Tour: North Brooklyn, Part 2

Studio Tour: North Brooklyn, Part 2

NORTH BROOKLYN: Our neighborhood studio tour continues with four more decidedly uncommon studios in North Brooklyn. We talked to the owners of Strange Weather, Headgear, Metrosonic, and the Fort about sessions, toys, and building an active niche in this teeming slice of the city.

STRANGE WEATHER
South Williamsburg (Coming Read more...

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