Discussion in 'Production' started by Psymonics, Nov 6, 2015.
Hi there would you generally have your reverb on the drums in stereo or mono?
Mono for kick and bottom of snare. Top of snare and cymbals with a little of stereo.
Yeah that's what generally do, just checking. Thanks
If you cut the lows off the reverb wet signal it doesn't matter really. You can use it to make your mono kick and snare sound a bit wider.
EQ your sends:
Note the point about equing the signal *before* the reverb plugin.
I have all my reverbs in stereo, and sometimes even skew the output a bit using a mid side processor to boost the side and attenuate the mid slightly. If you want LOUD, overdo this and compress at the end of the signal chain (with sidechaining against beats if "necessary").
yeah and reverb doesnt have to be in stereo anyway. it almost always is, but it doesnt have to be.
I used to place a stereo width plugin on the atmospheric reverb bus and automate te width before a drop
whoa! rad tip!
Tried Equalizing my Reverb send , sounds Pretty nice and subtle
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