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August 10, 20157,714 Views
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Ronan Chris Murphy is an accomplished musician, critically acclaimed producer, and the conductor of the “Recording Boot Camp” workshops. He’s also a big fan of the elysia nvelope -- watch this video and you’ll see why! Murphy shares some valuable tips on using the nvelope to shape kick drum tracks in ways that just wouldn’t be possible with a standard compressor. The nvelope’s independent attack and sustain level controls can help create monster kick bombs worthy of Zeppelin, or they can tone down those long kick tails so your drums sit nicely in the mix.

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