Applying Spatial and Modulation Effects

In This Chapter

  • Using reverb to add space to your tracks
  • Fattening up thin-sounding tracks with delay
  • Applying modulation effects to create unique sounds

You’ve used compression and other dynamic effects to adjust the volume levels of your tracks and equalization to shape each track’s sound. Now it’s time to talk about spatial effects—ways to make each voice or instrument sound bigger and reside in a physical space.

Adding Reverb

Almost every recording today features some amount of reverberation. Reverberation, or reverb for short, makes your recording sound bigger by adding reflective sounds ...

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