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Old 03-21-2018, 08:03 PM
AlexLakis AlexLakis is offline
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Default Re: Reverb?

I normally use individual sends for verb on drums, meaning I will not send the entire drum bus out to the verb, but instead the individual tracks. This allows me to, for example, make the snare and toms wetter and the kick drum and overheads drier. This way just makes the most sense for me, as I like to use the same verb (aux) for multiple sources. I record mostly hard rock.

On another note, I've noticed in the past several years that a lot of DIY mixes/pre-production tracks/etc.. I hear seem to use reverb where I would use delay instead. Try delay, it has electrolytes!
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