Shared January 29, 2017
This tutorial explains what sidechain compression (or sidechain "ducking") is, the uses of this technique, and demonstrates four methods of achieving this effect in FL Studio 12.
00:13 - What is Sidechain Compression?
00:38 - When to use it?
01:24 - What is Phase Cancellation? (Where'd my bass go?)
02:30 - Wave Candy
06:14 - Method #1: Automation Clip
09:42 - Method #2: LFO Tool (https://www.xferrecords.com/products/...)
11:49 - Method #3: Fruity Peak Controller
14:27 - Method #4: Compressor (Fruity Limiter)
17:34 - My Favorite Method + Final Thoughts
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