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Reverb send on snare and toms

Discussion in 'Production' started by ArroldW, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. ahjteam

    ahjteam Anssi Tenhunen

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    It's most likely multiple takes and delay you are hearing. He said he is using the Roomworks reverb, at least this was the case in 2010, could be different now.
     
  2. bryan.batiste

    bryan.batiste Recording Junkie

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    its good to know i'm not the only one who does this, i feel i have more control over the desired effect this way.
     
  3. setyouranchor

    setyouranchor Celestial Recordings

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    I send all vocals to a verb and delay bus. Set the send level to unity, on the verb bus for example, keep it 100% wet and user the fader on the verb bus to blend it in
     
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    dontletmedrown Producer/Composer

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    ^Interesting. Never expected to hear that.
     
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    ryhad15 RyanisHeartless

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    I too put reverb on individual tracks a lot too. But sometimes I will bus the kick snare and toms to a reverb aux just to give it a really large sound for a certain section in a song. Nowadays that I have more inputs I will just record a room mic too and that usually does the trick for some big roomy sounds as well.
     

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