Add reverb to your mix Pro Tools 10


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Adding reverb to your mix

Reverb, short for reverberation, is a sonic effect that occurs when many random reflections of a sound blend together and reach the listener more than 10 milliseconds after the direct sound from a sound source. As an effect, Reverb gives character to direct dry sound by placing it in some sort of acoustical environment, like a church or a gymnasium or a tiled bathroom. Let's hear a few examples using the D-Verb plug-in on a percussion track. In the D-Verb plug-in, I'm going to just to mix control while we're listening back.

When the mix is set up 100%, that means that 100% of the track that's coming into the plug-in is being affected by the reverb. If we reduce this down to 0, that means that there is no reverb effect at all, and the track will be completely dry. So listen as I adjust the wet/dry mix and change between some of the presets on this plug-in. When I change the algorithm imagine being in the acoustical environments that the plug-in is simulating. (Music Playing)...

Adding reverb to your mix
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Adding reverb to your mix provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by David Franz as part of the Pro Tools 10 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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