Premiere Vs. Resolve SHOWDOWN: Tube Modelled vs. Dynamics Compressors

Premiere Vs. Resolve SHOWDOWN: Tube Modelled vs. Dynamics Compressors

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Compressor Audio Plugins are a dime-a-dozen. There’s a billion choices especially in Digital Audio Workstations. But in a Non-Linear Editor, this is rarely the case. One or two choices at most are all you usually get. It’s rare when you have a professional-grade single-band compressor at all. The Tube-Modelled and Dynamics compressors found in Adobe Premiere Pro and Black Magic’s Davinci Resolve are incredible resources for editors to use to create all manner of great sounding dialog and sound effects.

Given the beautiful Fairlight algorithms and the exquisite tube-sound modelling of the tube modelled compressor, finding the winner of this showdown should prove to be a challenge.

In this video, Mark takes us through a blow-by-blow contrast and comparison of the tube modelled compressor of Adobe Audition and the Dynamics audio plugin of Resolve, and he shows us which one is the winner for most effective and efficient to use in Post Production. 

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