usning the same IR1 vs deferent.

Discussion in 'Microphones (live or studio)' started by impro, Jul 28, 2005.


Deferent or the same kind of reverb used in a song

  1. deferent

  2. the same

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  1. impro

    impro Guest

    I like when I match the entair song with the same kind of verb with deferent amount of dry signal.
    Does somebody else mix like me?

    Do you use deferent kinds of reverbs?
  2. It is difficult to answer the question the way that you asked it. I use individual effects on many tracks, but then I put a little bit of the same reverb on the entire mix to make it sound more cohesive. Convolution reverbs are great for doing that.
  3. impro

    impro Guest

    Yes.I like them both equaly!!
    I Like the deferent colors of the deferent reverbs,but also LOVE the accuracy of the same reverb on every instrument/voice.More realistic I guess.
  4. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

    Jul 2, 2002
    77 Sunset Lane.
    I will use a common reverb intentionally, to make things sound like they all happened in the same acoustic space. BUT .... this common reverb doesn't necessarily have to be just one single reverb. Some interesting and complex sounding reverbs can be created blending more than one reverb together. Don't limit yourself with verbs. There are many approaches to ambiance management. Try sending the signal out to a live room and micing that up and then sending that to the verbs ...

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