From my experience, there isn't a step-by-step that will work. At least not work PERFECTLY for EVERY compressor. In the little bit of experimenting I've done, it was really about changing numbers/settings just to see/hear what they did.
Start doing that and believe me, you'll start learning. It's becoming apparent to me that NAT isn't a destination, it's a journey!
I'm trying to sample offline VST compressor to learning sampling compressor.I'm using threshold,attack,release and ratio parameters.And i have 4 .wav sound.I'm rendering all.But which .wav that i will deconvolve? I have problems about it
I'm using Reaper and i try to sample ReaComp.Settings are fixed.Ratio 30:1 , Attack 10ms , Release 100ms and Threshold 0 to -40.I wrote all parameters.And i generate tone.When i generate,i get Instructions.txt.And it's like this;
The attack and release are smaller files because they are shorter. You sample the gain-reduction MANY times to get the sound more accurate between dynamic steps (in addition to using a longer sweep tone, in theory).
tunca wrote:I think .wavs are too small?
And what will be threshold TYPE? AU like ratio?
Set the threshold so that the LAST dynamic step is left uncompressed. Ratio is sampled as a separate parameter.