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sujit001

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How to use Reverb
« on: September 06, 2014, 10:37:30 am »

In addition to compression and EQ, ambient treatments including <a href="http://blog.pakotec-samples.com/how-to-use-reverb/">reverb</a> and delay are a key element in creating a superior mix. Reverb helps bring a mixture to life by creating realism, depth and space. Of system, in electronic music, we’re not limited by recreating ‘realistic’ sounds – reverb is inextricably caused by sound design, and there are loads of opportunities to get creative utilizing unique sounds. Here we’re going to look at how a dry together with lifeless mix can be improved using many different reverb techniques. The principles here will explain easy methods to apply reverb to any sound buy in your tracks.
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Re: How to use Reverb
« Reply #1 on: September 06, 2014, 11:05:18 am »

In addition to compression and EQ, ambient treatments including <a href="http://blog.pakotec-samples.com/how-to-use-reverb/">reverb</a> and delay are a key element in creating a superior mix. Reverb helps bring a mixture to life by creating realism, depth and space. Of system, in electronic music, we’re not limited by recreating ‘realistic’ sounds – reverb is inextricably caused by sound design, and there are loads of opportunities to get creative utilizing unique sounds. Here we’re going to look at how a dry together with lifeless mix can be improved using many different reverb techniques. The principles here will explain easy methods to apply reverb to any sound buy in your tracks.
If you know more details
<a href=" http://blog.pakotec-samples.com/how-to-use-reverb/">How to use reverb</a.
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