Dave Crane is well known as the "Universal Audio guy", and has been producing tutorial videos for UA for many years.
David says, "teaching people how to understand the tools of music production and make better sounding music is one of my greatest joys."
Dave not only loves mixing music on Macs with Logic Pro, he just can't stop playing his dang guitars. Â He and his wife "front" the Pearl Alley Band. And when they can find a babysitter who is not afraid of their English Bulldog, they get out and gig all over the Silicon Valley.
Dave currently works at Apple, Inc., in audio, of course!
Courses by David Crane
UA: All About Compression
Learn all about compression from the company that practically invented the compressor: Universal Audio!
Paul wrote on January 17, 2015
Good show-case of Universal Audio compressors, only downfall is that most of these comprssors' have been updated now!
Earwig wrote on November 4, 2013
Even if, like me, you're not a UAD user, this really is a great course to understand the many different ways to compress your music and apply them to your own compressors. Excellent!
Vruno wrote on August 14, 2013
exelent course, full of details, highly recommended, for those looking to take your production to the next level, now going for more!
C1ph3rd wrote on August 12, 2013
Covers a bunch of UA Compressors - and there is stuff in here that is useful to know about compressors even if you aren't using the UA versions.
Arturo De Santiago wrote on July 2, 2013
Good tutorial overall! Ran through all of the compressors and gave a little background on their analog counterparts. A little bit repetitive towards the end there though.
Favstvs wrote on June 27, 2013
There's some talk about this course being an infomercial, and I get that. But I also gleaned a lot of insight into watching how to use compression properly with a host of different instruments.
AbleFreak wrote on June 14, 2013
i found some elements of this course quite helpful but mostly i found it interesting seeing how different compressors work and the differences in controls.
KD wrote on May 18, 2013
I thought this course was informative. Really broke down compression pretty easily. You can use these techniques on any compressor. Minus one star for the fast pop up windows. Had to pause to read.
oToman wrote on March 21, 2013
If you work with UAD compressors, Like I Do, You will enjoy this course. Nice, clean informations about all best UAD models. But it is not course about compression it self.
Ekkomouse wrote on March 16, 2013
Good overview course, they walk you through each compressor so you get a feel for its sound. Only critique is to have more a/bing of the compressors without talking so you can hear differences better