In this video I’m recording B-roll for the Warm Audio Bus Comp. I’ve decided that most videos reviewing this unit will show arbitrary knob turning on the part of the reviewer without specifying what a buss compressor is used for. So, I’ve loaded a Dance track into Pro Tools and did a light OTB mastering session to conform the track to the ITunes spec of -16LUFS. Employing the TC Electronic Clarity M for metering and using a compression ratio of (4:1) on one mix and a limiting ratio of (10:1) on the other I was able to achieve the ITunes standard insuring the quality of the stream by not breaching the standard. MORE AUDIO TO COME! 🙂 THANKS FOR WATCHING


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Current Recording Studio Setup:

DAW 1: (Scoring Station) Pro Tools 12, Logic Pro X & Sibelius using a Focusrite 2i4

DAW 2 : (Recording Station) Pro Tools HD8 WHY? It’s fully paid for.

Microphones: Neumann, AKG, Shure, Audix, Rode,AEA, Royer

Headphones: AKG, SONY

Monitors: Auratone, Dynaudio, Mackie, TOA, Tannoy

Monitor Management: Personus Monitor Station

Headphone Monitoring: Furman

Vintage Gear: DBX, Valley International, DOD, Lexicon, Alesis

Preamps: Focusrite, NEVE, Fredenstein, Fivefish, Valley International

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