botus99 wrote:One is to model the gain-reduction, one the envelope of the attack, and the last to sample the character of the release.
botus99 wrote: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).
Thanks!botus99 wrote:Set the threshold so that the LAST dynamic step is left uncompressed. Ratio is sampled as a separate parameter.
I did what you say.Sampled all .wavs with setting.But ı don't know which sample that i will deconvolve after sampling?
While i'm sampling .wavs one by one,what i use compressor setting?
So what will be ratio,attack and release when i sample threshold? What will be ratio,threshold,release when i sample attack? etc...
I get confused about it.
And after sampling all parameters,which .wav that i will deconvolve?
I can sampling all gears but i can't sampling EQs and COMPs.