Fast or slow compression? w. Dyna-mite Slam – Softube

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✮ Following on from last week’s experiments, making drum sounds in Modular with Mutable Instruments Rings, I thought it’d be fun to try two very different compression approaches on those drums, using the new Valley People Dyna-mite Slam. What do you think suits this beat? Fast attack compression? Slow attack compression? Something totally different? Share your thoughts in the comments! ✮

Watch part 1 (making drums with synth modules) – https://youtu.be/QsH5xHS9Gy4

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