Foundations of Audio: Explore the Advanced Parameters


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Tapping into advanced parameters such as diffusion, density, and more

While reverb Time, Pre-Delay, Wet/Dry Mix, and the spectral manipulation of Reverb Time are common, nearly universal parameters, you'll see other terms that are less well defined and aren't particularly consistent from one make and model of reverb to another. Terms like Diffusion, Density, Room Size, and similar words sometimes appear as adjustable parameters on our reverbs. Remember, all of the parameters are there to give us some ways recording engineers to interact with qualities of the reverb, but reverb is itself such a complex and musical sound, and we savored it in part by listening to fine details and attributes not captured by the core reverb parameters.

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Tapping into advanced parameters such as diffusion, density, and more
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Tapping into advanced parameters such as diffusion, density, and more provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Alex U. Case as part of the Foundations of Audio: Reverb

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