1. VST Free - FreeG Compressor / Limiter - vstplanet.com


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    VST Free - FreeG Compressor / Limiter - http://www.vstplanet.com/News/2015/FreeG-free-compressor-limiter-VST-plugin.htm Developer: Sonalksis

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    • Meeting the Delivery Specs


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      A short tutorial aimed at Media (Film) Production students at Staffordshire University, on the subject of adding limiters to audio and video in Premiere Pro in compliance with the Delivery Specifications of the course.

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      • Tips on Compression #1


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        For more audio stuff go to: http://ofsoundminds.weebly.com This is a simple yet very useful tip for compression. What it basically amounts to is turning your threshold all the way down so that you can hear an exaggerated version of what the compression is doing to your audio signal.

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        • Toyota Aygo Pure Sound Outside


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          Kamera an der Heckschürze aussen.

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          • Tom's Farewell


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            We say goodbye and goodluck to Tom as he ventures to the US to work for Disney. There was no way we could let him go without having Drinks and a fire to see the night off

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            • Audio Theory - Limiter


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              In this video we will look at an overview of a limiter. Please check out our other church technology videos available at academyav.com In this video we are going to learn about limiters. Limiters serve a very useful purpose by blocking the parts of a signal that are above a set decibel limit.  Similar to compressors, limiters reduce the peaks of a signal above a set threshold. The difference is that compressors reduce the amount of signal above the threshold by a percentage, but limiters do not allow any peaks above the threshold. The names are rather self-explanatory. Limiters are essentially a compressor with a compression ratio of infinity to one. By creating a hard ceiling, limiters prevent peaking.  Limiters are often used together with compressors. The compressor is used to create a smooth roll off for sounds above a certain level, while the limiter sets an even higher firm threshold as a final safety net for extremely high peaks. To set the limiter simply adjust the threshold to the level at which you want the limiter to kick in. Thanks for joining me today and please check out our other church technology resources available at academyav.com

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              • 500 HP TOYOTA SUPRA Didau // Rapidoz


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                Garett GTX35R Twinscroll - 3" Turboback - 2x Tial 44mm Wastegate - Trust Intercooler - Trust OilCooler - AEM V2 ECU - 50mm BOV - Bosch 044 Fuelpump - bosch 1000cc injectors - HKS style Fuelrail - D2 Suspension http://www.rapidoz.de/didau-s-supra-500hp-supraholic/

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                • Panasonic Lumix GH3 Audio Limiter/Leveler Issue


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                  Please listen with headphones. Beyerdynamic MC930 Mic > XLR Cable > Yamaha Mixer > Stereo RCA to Stereo 1/8" Mini Jack Cable > GH3 (Audio Level Value = 1)

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                  • Let's Play Audio! - Mastering Basics


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                    this tutorial hopefully gives you a bit of insight into some mastering essentials to give your track a bit of a standard procedure before sending it to a client. As mentioned in the video, I used Camtasia for screencapturing this tutorial. If you want to know more, check it out here: http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia.html Used plugins: Waves PuigChild 670, L3LL, Q10, Sonnox Inflator If you are interested in buying the track, you can get it right here from iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/torn/id428508039

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                    • Auphonic Introduction Video


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                      Auphonic, http://auphonic.com Free automatic audio post production web service for podcasts, screencasts, radio shows, audio books and more. Auphonic develops new algorithms in the area of music information retrieval and audio signal processing to create an automatic audio post production web service for podcasts, audio books, lecture recordings, screencasts, etc. Users just upload their recorded audio and Auphonic will do the rest: neither complicated parameter settings nor audio expert knowledge is necessary. Some Auphonic Features: - Intelligent loudness management, no compressor or limiter knowledge is required - Recognition of speech, music and background segments for adaptive level adjustments - Audio restoration: automatic noise reduction and filtering of disturbing frequencies - Optimal encoding and metadata management: MP3, Ogg Vorbis, AAC/MP4, ALAC, FLAC, etc. - Chapter marks for MP4, MP3 and Vorbis Comment - Support for video input and output - Automatic content deployment via Dropbox, FTP, SFTP, HTTP, YouTube, SoundCloud Try it yourself and create a free account at http://auphonic.com

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