Join Skye Lewin for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding reverb, part of Mixing and Mastering with Logic Pro X.
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…Reverb is an effect that gives a mix space and depth.…Reverb, or reverberation, is what we hear when multiple reflections of…a sound source build up and decay in a space.…A natural reverb is created by a physical space, like a room,…a concert hall, or a hallway.…Reverb chambers are physical rooms that are used to reverberate a sound source,…and the reverberation is then recorded.…There are also mechanical reverbs, such as a plate reverb, which is a sheet of metal,…or a spring reverb, which is just a spring that vibrates with the sound source.…
The most modern types of reverbs are digital reverbs that use algorithms or…convolution to create an artificial space.…Digital reverbs can be hardware units or plug ins like Space Designer in Logic.…Digital reverbs can have their own unique space and they can also model physical and…mechanical reverbs.…Let's open a Space Designer reverb, in Logic.…Since we've already set up send and…a return from our lead vocal, let's scroll over.…And on our reverb channel we can insert a Space Designer plugin.…
- Importing audio
- Using Track Stacks
- Working with the Logic Mixer
- Mixing a song
- Automating and bouncing the mix
- Mastering the final track(s)
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Foundations of Audio: Compression and Dynamic Processingwith Brian Lee White2h 25m Appropriate for all
Get in the Mix with Logic Prowith Brian Lee White2h 26m Intermediate
1. Setting Up Your Project for a Mix
2. Working with the Logic Mixer
3. Mixing a Song
4. Automating and Bouncing Your Mix
5. Mastering in Logic Pro X
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