Maybe one that’s more like an audio collage? One that’s can be affectionately called a beautiful sonic environment?Well today, I’m going to teach about two ways to accomplish such a feat…
Now before we go into the two types of reverb, let’s talk about theIf we put a reverb in a return track and that parallel effect signal flow…
Meaning that, only the reverb’s signal is coming out of that and coming back into the aux track.
Keep in mind that the wetter a signal is, the further away it seems in the mix.So in turn, the drier the signal, the closer it will seem to the
Now let’s talk about those Algorithmic reverbs• This type of reverb is created from a kind of formula.• Like a Synthesizer in that way, creating the impression of a space with an algorithm/ mathematical representation• More opportunities to manipulate the sound of the the space than convoluted• Won’t sound quite as real because its not a real recording
Here’s an example of a standard Algorithmicreverb plug-in set up Delays the entire Start of the reverb Changes location Of early reflections Controls size of the space you’re in
Now let’s talk about those Algorithmicreverbs• This type of reverb is like a sampler.• It’s a recorded sound of a real space and we are applying it to your DAW.• -Going to sound more like a real space, because it actually is a recording of a real space.
Here’s an example of a standard Convoluted reverb plug-in set up Impulse responses in very exotics spaces
Thanks for reading! I feel I was able to include the most important aspects of the reverb EQ factsand figures so that anyone who reads thiscould easily get more out of their mix. Still trying to figure out powerpoints but you gotta start somewhere. YayCoursera!