Parallel processing is a mixing technique where you duplicate audio signal, add processing (such as compression) to the other signal and leave the other signal non-processed (dry), mix them together and send them to the master out. This technique is particulary useful with drum compression as with it you can apply heavy compression to the drums while retaining their original dynamics. This tutorial I will show you how to set up parallel compression (also known as New York compression) in FL Studio. You can download the project file (and check the non-video version of this tutorial) from here: http://howtomakeelectronicmusic.com/how-to-use-parallel-processing-in-fl-studio
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