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Chapter 13. Adding Effects to a Mix > Using Dynamic Effects

Using Dynamic Effects

Dynamic effects such as compressors, limiters, gates, and expanders let you control the dynamic range of an audio signal. The dynamic range is the difference between the softest and the loudest volume produced by a sound source. Controlling the dynamic range lets you smooth out performances that have erratic spikes in volume. It also lets you eliminate unwanted background noise.

Pro Tool’s DigiRack RTAS plug-ins include the following dynamic effects:


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