Posts Tagged ‘L2’

Multi Band Compressors is an often discussed topic in Radio Imaging and Music Production. I like using those on VO Aux tracks sometimes, because in my opinion it gives the VO a nice extra cut through (especially if you compress the high-end and mid frequencies). It is important your levels is right, so the Multi […]

Today, I’m going to start a little series of posts called Imaging World Wide. In every episode, I will interview a very talented imaging director from another continent showing the unique cultural background, the specifics, but also the techy stuff you all enjoy so much like plugIN combos, Session Setup, Audio Examples and more Let’s […]

Limiters, we all love them! We use them on the master, on voice overs, on solo tracks, on everything. WE WANT it to be LOUD! I always was a fan of the L series. The L1, L2, L3 i use and used them in every session I did in the last 10 years. They are […]

first of all I am really thankful for all your answers an interest in this post. I will try to adress a survey from now one at least once a month. See my answers to the comments below. Matthieu says: December 10, 2010 at 18:21 (Edit) My DAW is a Pro Tools HD2 system & […]

Time by time I read some of the wisdom Dave Foxx shares on his blog. When entering Dave’s blog for the last time I read his post about an imaging guy from Ireland, whose station 98FM (Dublin / Ireland) has been nominated for 13 PPI awards including station Imaging. 13 PPI awards? Massive! I dont […]