Getting a professional sounding Acoustic Guitar in a home studio can be tricky.
Acoustics typically have a lot of transients and can easily sound pokey and cheap if not processed properly.
While adding a Compressor directly to the track can work well, it can quickly start to negatively affect the tone and sound unnatural.
But the good news is there’s a technique you can use to Compress your Acoustic Guitar in a way that controls the transients and adds sustain, while retaining the dynamics and life of the performance…
In this video I show you how to give your Acoustic Guitars that professional polished sound you hear on commercial records, using Parallel Compression!