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Audio Mistakes 103 - 10 Common Reverb/Delay Mistakes.
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What tracks might be assigned different reverbs in a mix?
Every track in a mix should be assigned its own reverb
Drums and Vocals, since certain reverbs may sound good on one but not the other
Each individual vocal harmony, since they usually have different melodies
What option do some Reverbs have that can help adjust for possible bass buildup?
Ab uilt-in modulation effect
Separate controls for Attack & Decay
A built-in broadband limiter
Separate high-frequency and low-frequency Decay controls
What does Feedback add to a Flanging effect?
A vintage compression characteristic
A repeating echo effect
A stronger metallic resonance
What kind of mixes are likely to use Reverb and Delay-based effects?
Mostly Electro and pop mixes
Mostly rock mixes
Reverb only on classical, Delay only on pop
How can you separate the dry sound from the reverb for a little more clarity?
Increase the Reverb's Pre-Delay (Initial Reflection) Time
Insert the reverb on a separate audio channel from the dry signal
Bypass the reverb
Crank up the Decay Time
What are typical delay times for Doubling?
Around 100–150 milliseconds
Around 500–750 milliseconds
Around 1–2 milliseconds
Around 15–20 milliseconds
What is Rt60?
The number of seonds of Pre-Delay in a reverberant sound field
The time it takes for a reverberant sound field to decay by 60 dB
A classic digital reverb unit
The number of seconds a reverberant sound field lasts
What effects are created with delays?
Doubling, Chorusing, Flanging, Echo
Chorusing, Flanging, Auto-Tuning, Overdrive
Doubling, Limiting, Modulating, Phasing
Overdrive, Distortion, Compression
What is a typical range for a classic Slap Echo effect?
Around 100–150 milliseconds (or more)
Around 15–25 milliseconds or less
Around 1–2 milliseconds or less
Around 25–50 milliseconds or less
What are the three components of a reverberant sound field?
Hall, Room, Chamber
Attack, Sustain, Release
Initial Delay, Early Reflections, Later Reverberation (Tail)
Modulation, Feedback, Threshold
How is a Send & Return hookup done for Reverb?
Reverb inseted in an Aux, Sends from individual channels feed that Aux through a Bus
Reverb inserted in Master channel strip, dry/wet mix set to taste
Reverb inserted in each channel strip, dry/wet mix set to taste
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On a chorus effect, what are the Rate & Depth controls made for?
Set the speed and intensity of the periodic LFO Modulation
Set the degree of automatic pitch correction applied
Adjust the attack time of each nore that's being chorused
Set the mix between the dry and wet sound
Audio Mistakes 103
10 Common Reverb/Delay Mistakes
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