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COMPRESS Pressure Vessel Software Overview

COMPRESS is an engineering productivity tool that models, calculates and creates reports for ASME pressure vessels and heat exchangers. COMPRESS 3D solid models integrate with leading drafting and plant design systems.

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Rianfiko Galuh : My autodesk inventor is not integrated with compress,, how can I do?
German Salcedo : Hi, I want to know if compress have something like a free trial?, I'm a student and I will like to know more about this software
Talha Khan : Can you please share the link to free download of this software. Thanks.
Carlos Arocha : This was a pretty comprehensive video, however, I have a question, is it possible to design a spherical pressure vessel with Compress?
Luis M. Luis : Thanks for a good presentation which helped me teach a course on ASME B&PV Sect. VIII.
Efraim Fornazieri : Amazing! Thanks
talha majeed : Nicely and clearly taught. Keep the good work going (y)
P Chauhan : Danke.
José Briones : Gracias

How To Use Compression - Detailed Tutorial

Understanding compression and how to hear it is an essential mixing skill.
In this video, I am going into a huge amount of detail to explain how to deeply hear and understand vocal compression so that you are no longer confused. I will show you all the important settings while compressing vocals and guitar.

Song - "Consequences" by Calvin Prior:

Video Notes:
1) Listen to compression when all your tracks are playing, if you can't hear the other instruments and vocals it is usually a waste of time (unless you are highly experienced...in which case...why do you watch my videos!)

2) Often you need compression to make a vocal sound natural in a mix, surprisingly - This is due to how the microphone picks up some peoples voice

3) Have an Aim! If you don't know what you are aiming for, how will you be able to guarantee a good result? When you listen to the uncompressed audio, ask yourself:
"What do I want to change?"
"Do I need more sustain on this vocal?"
"Are my vocals too punchy or transient?"

4) Compression Settings

▶Threshold
The point or level in dB where the compression will start being applied.

▶Ratio
How much compression should be applied?
2:1 = Gentle Compression
10:1 = Aggressive Compression

A ratio of 4:1 means that the signal has to go 4dB above the threshold to get 1dB out (3db of compression)
8dB over = 2dB out etc ( 6db of compression!)
This 4:1 ratio means only 25% of the signal above the threshold will pass through, so this is very noticeable.

A ratio of 2:1 means that for every 2 dB the signal goes over the threshold, the compressor will only allow 1 dB through, so this only allows 50% of the signal above the threshold to pass through, this is considered gentle.

The higher the number, the more gain reduction will be experienced when the signal passes the threshold. 20:1 and higher is usually getting into the range of limiting, where you have a virtually infinite ratio to prevent any peaks.

▶Attack
How fast should the compression start after the threshold is passed?
Fast attack time = Heavy, soft vocals
Slower attack = Punchy, transient vocals

▶Release
How fast does the compressor recover after the signal falls below the threshold?
Slow release = Mushy vocals
Fast release = Choppy vocals

▶Makeup Gain
Compression turns your audio signal down, so we apply a boost at the end to bring it back up to the original level. With this boost applied and the peaks brought down, the overall signal is louder and more full!

▶Knee
The knee of a compressor makes the threshold act more smoothly, so that compression is triggered in a smoother or more gradual manner. Experiment to see if it gives you a more natural tone.

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paulflute : thanks for that.. really clear and helpful.. 
I've been subconsciously avoiding learnign this for many years.. 
not sure why now.. always seemed so involved..
xnonsuchx : I remember as a teen asking a music store employee what a compressor was and he hesitated a bit like he wasn't sure how to explain it and then just said, "It...tightens up the sound."
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Sosa Hendrix : What’s a “transient?”
PandArtHub : Spends hours adjusting parameters of a compressor; realize the compressor is in bypass
EGODEATH : “i hope you can hear it”

EsTO Music : you are really helping me alot with your tutorial i hope you all the best
Bless : ++++++Tip or Not+++++++
Compressor is a time effect so can we adjust attack and and release acc to the tempo of a song like we adjust delay and reverb?
JAYSAYAYE : Yea, only problem:
I dont have ozone 9
Ben Caesar : 2nd time watching this a year later. I've learnt more about compression so these concepts are starting to make sense

Compressing the Ball Made Easy! | Shawn Clement Tips | Golfing World

Shawn Clement explains how to get better control of your golf shots by compressing the ball.
Subscribe to Golfing World for more: http://youtube.com/golf
Chon Jung : Questions regarding open/ closed face segment. Makes perfect sense. 1,) Are you saying that the clubface needs to start closed to facilitate a draw? 2.) Should one expect the same distance from the club regardless whether it is open or closed? If i need to land a ball soft and leave the club face slightly open (with ball slightly forward of stance), should I be clubbing down one to get the same distance? obviously wind is a factor.. but not counting that. Seems the more compression comes from a closed face (or draw) and you would get more distance from the same club?
MrZocor : Got to be able to hit the ball though. that is the hard part. What about the driver?
David Manor : Good stuff
John Matter : I dont get it a door frame??? there's gotta be a better reference to translate this
Tim Lee : Do you put hands forward when you start the take away?
MrSmashmouth07 : this was the dumbest thing I've heard door frame where do these guys come from
M Goldey : This is dumb
GENO : Excellent! What about the 3 wood or hybrids? Still the same technique?
Adrian Jones : Please stop letting the secret out Golf World and Shawn Clement!
Mil Sneler : this Is good

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