Using the DigiRack delays


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Using the DigiRack delays

While a Reverb is designed to stimulate a sound wave's reflections in acoustic space, a Delay is much simpler. Basically a Delay's main job is to take its inputs, hold on to it for a defined amount of time and then let it go. When we combine this time delayed signal with the original on time system, it sounds like an echo or a repeat of the original, tapping out in time. The DigiRack Delay suite is an easy to use, straightforward digital delay, meaning it will create an exact replica of the input held back in time.

So if we look at some of the DigiRack delays in Take Me Down, I have a short delay and a long delay. Now, I use again sends-and-returns to route these delays. However, you can use delays directly on track, sort of like how you would use a delay pedal on a guitar. But when you do use sends-and-returns with your delays, it's cool because you can feed those delays into other things. Like I often like feeding my delay via Sends into other delays or Reverbs or Choruses o...

Using the DigiRack delays
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Using the DigiRack delays provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Brian Lee White as part of the Mixing and Mastering with Pro Tools

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