Re­versed re­verb

Future Music - - FEATURE | THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO VOCAL PROCESSING -

…and don’t for­get that re­versed re­verb can be fan­tas­tic for short ‘one shots’, or as a spacey treat­ment to ac­com­pany a larger sec­tion of a vo­cal track. Here’s a quick guide. First, du­pli­cate the vo­cal part and save as a new au­dio file. Sec­ond, re­verse this vo­cal file. Third, send it to the aux­il­iary re­verb you want to use. Fourth, solo the re­verb so it’s play­ing alone, with no part of the source file be­ing heard. Then, cap­ture this solo re­verb so that it’s a new au­dio file. Lastly, drop this new file onto its own au­dio track and re­verse it. Place it so that the re­verb ‘an­tic­i­pates’ the orig­i­nal lead vo­cal part.

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