Join David Franz for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a reverse delay or reverb effect, part of Pro Tools 10 New Features.
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The new feature of Pro Tools 10 that's the most fun is the unassuming Reverse button on the Delay and Reverb AudioSuite plug-ins. Its purpose is to automatically create a reverse delay or reverb effect. I'll demonstrate the multi-step process of how it works using the Reverse AudioSuite plug-in first. So I've got this audio right here; it's just a guitar part. I'll play it for you. (music playing) Here's the effect that I want to have on it, this delay effect, but ultimately, I want it to be reversed.
But here's what it sounds like before it's reversed. (music playing) So the process that this Reverse button does down here is what I'm going to show you first using the Reverse AudioSuite plug-in. So I'm going to render this and reverse it, so now the audio has been reversed. Now, I'm going to render the file just as regular delay, and now I'll render it back and reverse it back.
So this is the effect that we'll create. (music playing) If I undo all of those steps, now I am back to the original audio. I'm just going to click this Reverse button, and it's going to do all three of those steps all in one step just by clicking this. And here we go! (music playing) This one single button lets you get really creative with your effects, so go have some fun with it!
- What's new with importing and exporting files
- Adding real-time fades overlapping cross-fades
- Utilizing the Edit window indicators
- Working with the improved AudioSuite plug-ins
- Creating a reverse delay or reverb effect
- Understanding the interface and nomenclature changes
- Getting help with Pro Tools