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Old 12th April 2019
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I do this all the time. There are a couple ways I do it. Often it's just a plate reverb and I add a delay plugin after it 100% wet just to create a predelay (you could do this within the reverb plugin most likely, but I never do it that way because I find it clunky and often I wind up wanting to do things to that delay). The other most common way is to set up the plate and delay on separate returns. Send to the delay and send ALL the delay to the plate. That gets you to the exact same spot. But then I will send just a touch of signal straight to the plate. This softens the sound before the plate kicks in. Like most things in record-making there are others ways to arrive at basically the same sound. This record also sounds like the reverb is also likely low passed. Which is something I also do a lot of.