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    Honestly, you're probably looking for an eq.
    I mean, a 58 straight up should be fine for streaming, but I can see the need/want to roll off the bass or boost highs slightly.

    Preamps and compressors are not solutions. You're shopping for hammers and screwdrivers when you want to dig a hole.

    A compressor, so you know, is literally designed to make your problem worse. It makes loud sounds quieter so that quiet sounds can be heard.
    In the context of voice work a compressor can be useful, when used for the right reasons, but if lip smacks/breaths/background noise are a problem, the first suggestion would be to remove all compression.
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    All right, okay! And to remove the compression, how do I do it?
    And so what I proposed would be nice, wouldn't it? There's a compressor, amp ect. There's everything!
    I listened carefully to your message about the compressor but what I mean is that if there's everything, you might as well take this but what!

    Thanks dude!

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    It would be really useful for yo to post a sound clip. That would give us a chance to hear better what the problem is.

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    I have absolutely no problem when I record myself, the sound is fine! I just don't understand why a lot of people use compressors and I can't? According to the booth junkie video on the DBX and from what I understand, he can make his voice much clearer than it already is and remove a lot of things.
    In short, I must probably express myself badly or my translator may modify some words.
    Good-bye, thanks


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    @Twiky , you can use whatever effects or additional hardware you want. But if you want practical advice on how to improve your “fine” recordings, you will have to post some examples of what you have done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keith.rogers View Post
    @Twiky , you can use whatever effects or additional hardware you want. But if you want practical advice on how to improve your “fine” recordings, you will have to post some examples of what you have done.
    Absolutely. Throwing things at an issue without knowing the issue is like pissing in the wind...

    Post a sample please.
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    I don't think Twiky was prepared to let anyone hear his recordings. Or maybe was not prepared to have anyone question his wish to use a compressor.

    Hence his "Good-bye, thanks"

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