Join Larry Crane for an in-depth discussion in this video Re-amping a Leslie speaker cabinet, part of Music Production Secrets: Larry Crane on Mixing.
Here at Jackpot, we have a gigantic Leslie speaker cabinet. …It's kind of a beast and makes some funny sounds. …Normally, it's used for like the Hammond Organ over here, the M-3. …But I love piping other sounds through it to get crazy, psychedelic swirling noises. …Now, the great thing is, that we have this deluxe combo pre-amp. …And on here, we've got a couple of instrument inputs. …You could plug a guitar bass into it. And a lot of times, yeah, we'll plug in …and play guitar leads through it and such. …But pre-amplifying with my handy pre-amp box, is one of my favorite things to do …in the mixing process. So what we're going to do right now, is …run a bunch of different sounds through the Leslie speaker and listen to them for fun.…
Now plug this in, I'm going to power this up, but it's really noisy. …One thing to remember is that we have fast and slow speeds on this so we're …going to do demos of some of these sounds at both speeds. …It's going to be pretty fun. All right, there's the wonderful hum that …
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- Understanding the mix room acoustics
- Cutting frequencies
- Prepping vocal takes
- Drum mixing
- Gating audio for noise elimination or for creative purposes
- Creating and using backwards reverb in a DAW
- Re-amping guitars, bass, vocals, and more