Setting up the effects


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Setting up the effects

So now that we've got the tracks recorded, it's time to put a quick mix together. That way we can send it to the band and everyone can start hearing what the song is going to sound like when it's fully mixed. Before we begin our rough mix, let's set up some effects so we can put any instruments or vocals into an artificial space if necessary. This setup is designed to get you up and running quickly with the parameters in a general position to where they almost always sound at least acceptable and sometimes even surprisingly good. This setup also works well when you're tracking and need some quick effects.

It uses two different reverbs and a delay. Reverb 1 will be used primarily for the drums. Set it to a Room with the DECAY at 1.5 seconds and a PRE-DELAY of 20 milliseconds. If a LOW PASS FILTER is available, set it to 10 kilohertz or even 8 kilohertz. If a HIGH PASS FILTER is available, set it to about 600 hertz. Let's listen to what it sounds like on a snare drum. (music p...

Setting up the effects
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Setting up the effects provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Bobby Owsinski as part of the Audio Recording Techniques

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