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    How do you record professionally your Dj mix session?

    Do you use limiter only or compression as well?
    What would be your conservative setting to work around the difference of level between 2x records ( that shit happens all the time when the pressing on 1 record is not so good) and be able to give your mix a nice little pumping feel without squashing too much?

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    I see its an old post, maybe you got it all figuret out allready. But i use a limiter only as an ekstra security, but i allways keep my levels safe in around -8 db, so i have some room for massive basslines during transitions. I never use the limiter to get a pumping sound, cuz the songs should be played as it is AND if you overcompress you will hear it during vocals and hi/mid allso..

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    Good good your idea is excellent, too.
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    I use both - limiter and compression too.

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