delay question

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by Feber, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. Feber

    Feber Guest

    I'm pritty new to the art of mixing. yesteday I was watching David Gibson's DVD "The Art Of Mixing" - and we was talking about delay and panning.

    what he sayed in the video, he had panned the sound to the left of the speaker, put delay on the sound and panned the delay to the right.

    how can I do this?

    I'm working on a Roland MV8800 if this can help.
  2. StephenMC

    StephenMC Member

    Dec 10, 2007
    It seems to me you'd do something like this:

    1. Put the delay on an effects bus.
    2. Send whatever portion of the signal you want to delay to that bus.
    3. Pan the signal to the left.
    4. Pan the effects bus to the right.

    I hope somebody comes and uses the right language, though. I don't know it all very well yet.
  3. Codemonkey

    Codemonkey Well-Known Member

    Dec 11, 2007
    Scotland, UK
    Close enough StephenMC.

    Besides, the terminology changes between software. Some might call them Effect Sends and some might call them Aux Sends.
  4. Feber

    Feber Guest

    thanks for your answers - don't know if the MV 8800 can do it this way (dosen't seem like it can pan out the AUX)

    But I'll keep on looking in to make it work - it must be able to do on it. :)
  5. Kapt.Krunch

    Kapt.Krunch Well-Known Member

    Nov 21, 2005
    If it can't be routed that way, how about copy the track to a new track, apply 100% wet delay to that, and pan both opposite? Original would come out, say, left...and delay only, with NO original, would come out right.

    Or copy track...and just nudge it in time...if possible with that machine, and pan opposite.

    Same basic thing.


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