Audio Mixing Bootcamp: Add Reverb to the Horns


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Adding reverb to the horns

Whether it's brass or woodwinds, solo instrument or a section, all horns sound better when placed in some sort of acoustic environment. In this video, I am going to show you the best way to add reverb to this sax track. So we are used to hearing a horn or a horn section, whether it's a brass or woodwind, in some sort of a space and that's why reverb always sounds a little bit better than any other effects when it comes to horns. The other thing it will do, it will push the horn further back in the mix and sometimes that's what you want. You want it to sound like it's farther back rather than in the front. So let's have a quick listen to what this sax sounds like, just by itself.

(Music playing) Let's add a little bit of a standard reverb with just the default settings on it. (Music playing) That's a little long. Let's make it a medium hall, bring that down at 3.4 seconds. (Music playing) And the next thing we can do is add pre-delay.

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Adding reverb to the horns
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Adding reverb to the horns provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Bobby Owsinski as part of the Audio Mixing Bootcamp

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