Waves OneKnob plugins series overview (PART 5): OneKnob Pressure

Waves OneKnob plugins series overview (PART 5): OneKnob Pressure

October 9, 2019 1 By Bernardo Ryan


Ok, now let’s go to the OneKnob Pressure This plugin adds distortion to the sound and meanwhile it compresses it we have a very powerful compression and in the same time we have a distorted sound Let’s go to see how it works… So it gives power to the sound we can use it as we want to within the limits of digital clipping maybe we can put a limiter after the plugin to avoid digital clipping on the 0 and we can manage the volume and compression amount we want to give to the sound Pressure because it gives the feeling of having a lot of air reaching microphones a lot of sound pressure that gives this effect Here we have many modes “Unity” “Unity”, “Boost” and “Pad” Let’s go to see them individually pushing the OneKnob plugin We have seen “Unity” yet let’s listen to it again “Boost” even more aggressive because it emphasize the whole thing then “Unity” mode It can be used to create some creative effects in a song for example I would recommend it during a special to change the drums also in terms of intention rather the drums pattern remains the same but begins to change the sound So we have a fake different drumkit because it gives the impression of being different Maybe in some other videos I will give you some practical examples about what I’m talking about and anticipating, at this point And then let’s go to see the “Pad” mode let’s see how it works This is a simple compression it doesn’t add any distortion to the sound so this was all about OneKnob Pressure…