How To Equalize The Reverb In Audio Mixing


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Equalizing the reverb

One of the biggest secrets of making your reverb fit into a mix is by using either an internal or an external equalizer to shape the sound. In this video, I will show you just how to do that. First thing we are going to do is take a listen to the way this reverb sounds both when the snare is soloed and also in the track. Let's listen in the track first. (Music playing) Reverb sounds okay, but let's see what happens when we equalize it. What we are going to do is add our standard 4-Band EQ but we're going to add it before the reverb plug-in.

The reasons for that is it always sounds better if you equalize going into the reverb rather than coming out. So the first thing we will do is disable our various equalizer bands because all we want are the high and low-pass filter. So let's dial in the Abbey Road settings here. So what we will do is we'll set the high -pass filter to about 600. Actually we can just type it in, 600. We will put this at 12 dB. Let's have a listen to ...

Equalizing the reverb
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Equalizing the reverb 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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