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Magic Death Eye Stereo Compressor

Magic Death Eye Stereo Compressor

Hear the coveted compressor in action, learn what makes it special, its design topology, controls and uses, and test your listening skills with an audio quiz.

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Finding The Bass Groove Using Compression

Finding The Bass Groove Using Compression

Learn how to use a compressor to change the way the groove of the bass feels, what are the nuances involved, and how to use different compressors in different parts of the song.

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Check Your Listening Setup

Check Your Listening Setup

Learn about room modes, isophonic curves, and how our ears work, and follow a step-by-step video to do a practical check of any setup in under 10 minutes.

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Test Your Listening Skills

Test Your Listening Skills

How sharp are your listening skills? Find out with this free ear training test.

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Free Challenges

Critical Listening Challenge

Critical Listening Challenge

Join this free challenge and learn how to analyze any mix out there. Understand what was done and why, learn new techniques, and get inspired to create and develop your own.

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Articles

The Power Of (Real) Mono

The Power Of (Real) Mono

Listening in mono can be a powerful tool, in several ways. Read on to learn how to properly set up a monophonic experience, and how you can use it while mixing.

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Become better at anything, using the 1% rule

Become better at anything, using the 1% rule

Did you know that following the 1% rule you could become twice as good at anything in just over two months (70 days, to be exact), six times better in half a year, and a whopping 37 times better in one year?

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Transparency vs. Coloration

Transparency vs. Coloration

Usually you want to stay as faithful to the instrument/source/mix as possible, but in some cases, some coloration can give a new life to the material, in ways that enhance it.

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