Add filtered delays to vocals Remixing


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Adding filtered delays to vocals

Filter delays a one of my favorite effects to use on lead vocals, mostly because they provide a nice combination of rhythm and color. Delays are echoes that can be set to different durations of time, either in milliseconds or note values, and filters are adjustable EQ settings. My favorite note value delay is a dotted eighth note, and for the filter, I like to use either low-pass or a high-pass setting. A low-pass filter removes the high frequencies and a high-pass filter removes the low frequencies, depending upon where the frequency cutoff knob or slider is set.

As we look at the Arrange window here in Reason, I've set up a filter delay, and as we take a look at the mixer, underneath Lead Vox copy 2, which is an extra copy of the lead vocal track that I created, I'm sending it over to the mixer. If we go back to the Arrange window, as we look at our effects chain, we can see that there is a DDL-1 delay and ECF-42 envelope-controlled filter. Let's go back down to the Arrang...

Adding filtered delays to vocals
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Adding filtered delays to vocals provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Remixing Techniques: Arranging and Song Form

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