Adding depth to the stereo delay


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Adding depth to the stereo delay

So one way we can add some movement and stereo depth to the sound is to use the built-in Stereo Delay. So that's right up here, and that's just part of the post-processing section of Sculpture. So what that means is that the delay applies to all voices rather than on a per-voice basis. So I'm going to ahead and turn on the Delay and if I play a note, you can hear now that we have an echo. So the most important parameter with the Delay is the Wet/Dry Level because that's the level of the echo. (music playing) So I can turn this down and have it be basically nonexistent, or at 100% it's equal to the input volume.

So we'll turn this down to somewhere in the middle. Then I can adjust the Feedback here. So this is the amount that's being fed back into the input, so it's basically the number of echoes. (music playing) So if I have lot of feedback, you can hear it's going to echo for a long time. Notice this can also go in a negative direction here. So if I set a ...

Adding depth to the stereo delay
Video duration: 5m 18s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Adding depth to the stereo delay provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Brian Trifon as part of the Virtual Instruments in Logic Pro

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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