Using reverb and delay plug-ins


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Using reverb and delay plug-ins

So we talked about Reverb, Delay and Modulation effects as being sort of those additional elements that can add that extra depth and dimension and really lend a certain aesthetic feel to your mix. While the Deverb and the DigiRack Delay and the stuff that comes in the AIR collection is a great starting point, there is a few additional tools I like to add to my mix toolkit when it comes to Reverbs, Delays, and other modulation effects. Now I wanted to share with you a few.

The Deverb is an algorithmic-based digital Reverb. So, what it does is when sounds or signals come into it, it's essentially simulating what it would be like if those frequencies of the waveform bounced around or were absorbed into the room. Some sort of equation that determines this. Now, there is another type of Reverb called a Convolution Reverb, if I bring up Revolver from McDSP. What we have here is the Convolution Reverb takes an entirely different approach to Reverb as opposed to being some sort of equation tha...

Using reverb and delay plug-ins
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Using reverb and delay plug-ins 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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