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Articles Tagged Reverb

  • Wednesday, May 25, 2016
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    Nigel Redmon 05/25/16 10:12 AM,
    This article is provided by EarLevel Engineering.   Editors note: This article was originally published in 1997, but the information is still relevant today. You can read and comment on the original article here. Reverb is one of the most interesting aspects of digital signal processing effects for audio. It is a form of processing that is well-suited to digital processing, while being completely impractical with analog electronics. Because of this, digital signal processing has had a profound affect on… View this story
    Filed in: AVFeatureStudy HallAVDigitalEducationProcessorSoftwareSound ReinforcementStageStudio

  • Wednesday, March 02, 2016
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    Bobby Owsinski 03/02/16 07:03 AM,
    This article is provided by Bobby Owsinski.   Like many other aspects to mixing, the use of reverb is frequently either overlooked or misunderstood. Reverb is sometimes added to a track to create width and depth, but also to dress up an otherwise boring sound. The real secret is how much to use and how to adjust its various parameters. Let’s look at some of the reasons to add reverb in this excerpt from my book, The Audio Mixing Bootcamp.… View this story
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  • Friday, July 17, 2015
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    Craig Anderton 07/17/15 07:25 AM,
    This exclusive article is provided by AudioFanzine.   When we hear sounds in the “real world,” they are in an acoustic space. For example, suppose you are playing acoustic guitar in your living room. You hear not only the guitar’s sound, but because the guitar generates sound waves, they bounce off walls, the ceiling, and the floor. Some of these sound waves return to your ears, which due to their travel through the air, will be somewhat delayed compared to… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingFeatureStudy HallTrainingProductionAudioDigitalDigital Audio WorkstationsEducationProcessorSignalSoftwareStudioSystem

  • Thursday, May 22, 2014
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    PSW Staff 05/22/14 11:09 AM,
    As one of the top audio engineers in the business, Dave Natale has been the front-of-house engineer for a who’s who of artists, including Yes, Olivia Newton-John, Tina Turner, Joe Cocker, Lionel Richie and many more. He currently mixes shows for The Rolling Stones, but when he’s not on the road you can find him at Right Coast Recording, which he established in 1990. One of the factors that has made Right Coast Recording one of the oldest and well-equipped… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingNewsProcessorSoftwareStudio

  • Monday, April 14, 2014
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    Bobby Owsinski 04/14/14 02:51 PM,
    This article is provided by Bobby Owsinski.   Reverb. It’s use goes through cycles from a lot to almost none, but you’ll usually find at least some reverb-type ambience used in every mix. The problem is that you can’t really tell much of a distinction between the different types of some inexpensive plug-ins or boxes. In case you’re a little fuzzy about the differences between the types of reverb available, here’s a little refresher excerpt from The Mixing Engineer’s Handbook… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingFeatureBlogStudy HallDigital Audio WorkstationsMeasurementProcessorSignalStudio

  • Friday, March 16, 2012
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    PSW Staff 03/16/12 10:20 AM,
    Simone Giuliani is a film and TV composer, music producer, orchestrator and keyboard player born in Florence, Italy, based in Manhattan and inspired by music from all over the world. “I have been interested in Lexicon products going back to 1992 when I was recording and producing an album in Florence with Funkareem, my band at the time,” said Giuliani. “At that time, I first heard the Lexicon 480L digital effects system and fell in love with it.” “My good… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingNewsPollDigitalEngineerProcessorSoftwareAudio

  • Tuesday, October 11, 2011
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    Bob Buontempo 10/11/11 10:05 AM,
      As Larry Crane, editor of Tape Op magazine, noted, “Plate Reverb. Many people ask me about this and I usually tell them to listen to some records from the ‘70s and ‘80s and look for reverb with a thick, pillowy sound that doesn’t obscure the vocal yet doesn’t quite sound like an actual room.” In 1983, I was the owner of a 16-track studio. One of the things that really separated the sounds of the recordings we could get… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingFeaturePollStudy HallProductionAudioAnalogEducationProcessorSignalStudioSystem

  • Wednesday, January 12, 2011
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    PSW Staff 01/12/11 03:49 PM, 0 Comments
    EASTWEST has announced the introduction of Quantum Leap Spaces, a new, 24-bit true stereo convolution reverb that utilizes new impulse recording techniques developed over the past seven years. Produced and engineered by Nick Phoenix, Quantum Leap Spaces includes custom impulses taken over the past seven years from around the globe, with a focus on the western United States. Concert halls (including the EastWest/Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra Hall), churches, cathedrals, caverns, recording studios (including EastWest Studios), soundstages, forests, a swimming hall,… View this story
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  • Friday, November 12, 2010
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    PSW Staff 11/12/10 03:15 PM, 2 Comments
    At the 129th Audio Engineering Society Convention in San Francisco, Tac System Inc. announced that development of Version 2 of their NML RevCon-RR dereverberation plugin is underway and a demo of the Version 2 was available to convention attendees. RevCon-RR is a plugin which features dereberberation technology powered by a multi-step linear prediction algorithm. The ProTools AudioSuite plugin features a user-friendly interface and features minimal controls, a spectrogram and an audio envelope display. The plugin includes multiple settings for additional… View this story
    Filed in: RecordingNewsPollProductDigitalProcessorSignalSoftwareSystemAudio

  • Thursday, September 09, 2010
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    PSW Staff 09/09/10 08:15 AM, 0 Comments
    Provided by Sweetwater.   Q: Recently I’ve been finding that when I’m recording and mixing, a lot of time is being wasted. However, darned if I know where it’s going! Lately I’ve really been trying to focus in sessions and not get off task, but, I still feel like the little things are taking up time when they shouldn’t. Do you have any advice? A: There’s no doubt that your workflow within the studio can be critical. Unfortunately, getting just… View this story
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