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Nantho Valentine

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1 Posted on 03/28/2016 at 13:02:27Direct link to this post
Glue It Down with Reverb
Today I'll focus on the sixth bus of my personal reverb mixing setup. As I told you before, this bus is aimed at producing the so-called "glue" effect. In other words, the more or less signal you send from each of the tracks towards this bus, the more coherent the overall mix should sound.

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2 Posted on 04/04/2016 at 09:41:39Direct link to this post
I prefer to keep it simple when it comes to reverb.

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Mike Levine

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3 Posted on 04/06/2016 at 10:31:38Direct link to this post
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I prefer to keep it simple when it comes to reverb.

I understand your point. Nantho's methodology is certainly a bit on the complicated side when it comes to reverb, but he definitely knows what he's doing as a mixer. There's plenty that can be learned by trying it out the way he describes.

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4 Posted on 04/06/2016 at 10:43:35Direct link to this post
Quote from Mike Levine:
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I prefer to keep it simple when it comes to reverb.

I understand your point. Nantho's methodology is certainly a bit on the complicated side when it comes to reverb, but he definitely knows what he's doing as a mixer. There's plenty that can be learned by trying it out the way he describes.


Oh, I'm sure it'w worth taking a look at. There'a s lot more to reverb than just keeping it simple.

Check out my blog at musicrecordingcenter.com.

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