Adding reverb to the organ


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Adding reverb to the organ

Since there is such a wide variety of different sounding keyboards, they each demand their own approach to adding reverb. Because an organ places more sustaining notes, the approach to adding reverb to it is different than any other keyboard. Let me show you how. While an organ might sound pretty good with the timed reverb, but it's not always essential and the reason for that is it's playing some long sustaining notes. So you won't necessarily hear if it's timed or not. Usually you don't try to make an organ sound larger-than-life. So simply putting it in an artificial space works well.

Let's have a listen to the Hammond B3 on this track. Let's solo it up and listen. (Music playing) Let's listen in the track. (Music playing) Let's listen to it by itself. (Music playing) It sounds good, but it can sound better with little bit of reverb. I've already placed an effects bus in the organ subgroup and this is sending to our long reverb.

So let's just have...

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

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Audio + Music
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