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2018/07/09 04:54:47 (permalink)

Spectral Volume Balancing using MDynamicsMB

In this video I'll show how to use the spectral multiband setting to seperate your audio into loud and soft bands and then adjust the volume to bring out or reduce the details of your sound. I hope you find this useful.
 


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Re: Spectral Volume Balancing using MDynamicsMB 2018/07/09 14:49:12 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby abacab 2018/07/09 23:15:17
"This is Chandler for Meldaproduction" - so you're working for Vojtech now?
 
Either way, it's a great video. Thanks for picking one of the more obscure gems to demonstrate. Despite being a Melda fan, I have to admit that I've never looked closely at MDynamicsMB, blowing it off as just another multi-band compressor. Clearly, it's not.


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Re: Spectral Volume Balancing using MDynamicsMB 2018/07/09 23:28:29 (permalink)
Bitflipper - yes I’m doong some videos for Melda now. I’m still doing my own videos too of course.

This feature was added about 6 months to a year ago, so not everyone know this crossover is even there. I had an idea while messing around with it and came up with this. MDynamicsMB can do a lot of stuff and I haven’t even begun to scratch the surface.

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