Pro Tools Tutorial – Side Chain Compression

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In this micro-lecture, Jason de Wilde, Head of Audio at the Australian Institute of Music demonstrates the use of side-chain compression. Using Pro Tools, you will be taken through the setup of the side chain and hear the process in action.

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