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Reverb articles/ guidlines
Old 8th September 2007
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Reverb articles/ guidlines

Can any of you point me in the direction of some good reverb articles. Specifically about when to use mono verb vs stereo verb.

What do you use stereo verb on? Im trying to clean up my imaging. I just dont know when I can use my stereo verb. Can i use 2 stereo verbs at once? I guess a better question is what are some guide lines to reverb layering. My goal is to make great pop and rap mixes.

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Old 8th September 2007
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check this out

https://www.gearslutz.com/board/searc...archid=6324381

maybe more info than you need.
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nukmusic - your link is dead
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I'd like to read this thread too- where is it!?
Old 10th September 2007
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if u use stereo reverb on a inst panned left and the same stereo reverb on a sound panned right then on some back ground sounds panned center does that mess up your imaging?

how do you keep a realistic environment
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if u use stereo reverb on a inst panned left and the same stereo reverb on a sound panned right then on some back ground sounds panned center does that mess up your imaging?
No neccessarily.

If you set up a stereo reverb on an aux bus and then send each of your differently 'panned' instruments to that bus you will still be in their relative positions.

Of course as it is a stereo verb you will hear it all across the mix spectrum.

If you want to create depth you can always add different amounts of pre-delay to the reverb of each instrument, in which case you will need to use seperate busses for each instrument or use the reverb as an insert on the instrument channel.

The more pre-delay you add the further forward the instrument will seem.

For width could always try panning a mono instrument hard left and sending it to a buss with either a delay or verb on it and then panning that delay or verb hard right.

Experiment.
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