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I have a question about sends. I have been working on my template, in the past I have generally used Reverb as an Insert on an instrument channel or sometimes a bus that a section...
Hey everybody, I’ve been doing a deep dive and trying to learn as much as I can about reverb and using sends (instead of just putting a reverb on the instrument channel).
One thing I’ve seen a lot of people do is create multiple sends for different types of reverbs or for different instrument...
I put in Group Insert FX - EQ 3, par L/H, in SendEffects - Reverb and put Send Levels in SendEffects. I have many groups and working reverb for each individual groups but I am wrong in KSP Script code.
In KSP Script I put this but dont working. I must be missing out on the index in script.
So how do you use the reverb/reverbs?
-Do you use the reverb from the built-in hall mics from the sample library?
-Do you use a reverb plugin and only use the close mics? or hall mics + reverb plugin?
-Do you use an insert reverb and a send reverb? only a send reverb?
-A short different reverb...
Is there any way to save a channel strip patch which can:
(a) 'send' to a pre-existing reverb aux instead of creating a new one (because I prefer a clean template, using I/O labels and avoiding duplicating the same reverb), and
(b) remember the output settings of the channel strip patch...
Had some good advice on reverbs lately but is Spaces a different beast?
For a full orchestral template what is the best approach?
String section -> bus send to Spaces with 'o' dry signal for more control
String section > output send to Spaces and let it do it's thing?! but less...
With a large-ish orchestral template (using summing stacks in LPX), do you route Reverb via 'Send' or 'Output'?
From what I can see 'Send' gives you individual control of Reverb but you hear 2 lots of sound (source + reverb) whereas Output uses 100% of signal and to my ears sounds better?
I've recently been asked to contribute to a trailer music house that requires stems and the full track to be delivered mastered.
As I'm used to mastering the stereo out, I need to adjust my composition and mixing process.
Does anyone have any tips or 'best practices' on how to handle this...
I would always use sends because it was convenient and CPU efficient to have one reverb on various instruments....
But now that I'm required to deliver stems that sound like my master. I find myself duplicating reverbs on each bus. Its a bit annoying.
What is the most efficient technique in...