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Compression is the process of lessening the dynamic range between the loudest and quietest parts of an audio signal

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I tend to EQ first then compress. But the great thing about DAW's and plugins, is that it is quick and easy to change the order and determine what sounds the best. And you can always compress, EQ, a …
answered Aug 2 '10 by Chuck Russom
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Using an EQ for mastering should be a corrective process; so you need to know what you are trying to correct in the sound. Don't just use EQ or dynamics because that's what you think mastering is. I …
answered May 3 '13 by Chuck Russom