Posts Tagged ‘reverb’

Hang in there guys, tomorrow is Friday! Hope your week has been good so far. Let’s see what deals we can snatch on today, in Mics Speakers and Outboards!

Finishing this month with some Halloween-Sales and Fall-Discounts! Luckily some of our favorite audio companies take that oppurtunity to bless us with great deals and savings on their awesome products.

What a week, we launched a new Front End , we have the new CONTENDER for Iron Imager at WWRS – Sam Wickens from Capital and of course it is Friday. FIVER FRIDAY!  

                SO, ready to jump start the weekend!!! Check out Oli‘s favorite PlugIn Combo and MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU!!!

Ahhh. Another week, DONE. And guess what my office life’s been missing out on… 🙂  

You know fabfilter. And they are doing cool stuff like their EQ and compressor. The newest addition to their catalogue is a reverb. The first look was nice, but I wanted to know how it sounds.

The best reverb ever? You ask that questions and get so many different answers. There is iconic outboard gear as the Lexicon, emulations of  legendary boxes like the EMT and plugINs with a ton of different algorithms and convolution types. Depending on the result the best reverb also may vary, as there is no one […]

I’m sure you know the Hybrid Series from Waves and maybe you’ve heard of its latest addition: H-Reverb! I’m a big fan of H-Delay, so I was thrilled when I heard that Waves added this new reverb to their catalogue. Today I want to give you an overview how this plugin works and how you […]

Finland, the land of polar bears, wodka, ice and snow :)…and excellent radio imaging. This year’s 24th “Radio and Production Awards” were announced at the end of march and as always a lot of talented people took the challenge and participated. I am very happy to share an interview with one of the contestants and […]

Getting into depth – set some accents with simple reverb mixing

Posted: 24th June 2013 by benztownbranding in General
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Talented mixing engineers use various dimensions to place their sounds. They find the right place for each and every element in the frequency range and stereo spectrum to avoid clashing sounds and to create a nice full mix. Instead of just focusing on left and right, it’s time to go deeper… literally. To soften sharp […]