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Old 09-27-2016, 01:43 AM   #1
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Lush Reverb Tutorial Series

Hi guys!

I've made a couple of tutorials detailing a unique technique I use to create ultra-lush sounding reverb spaces. I mostly use it on pads and instruments that I want sounding super wide and sexy.

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I'd love to hear what you guys think of this technique!

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Re: Lush Reverb Tutorial Series

This made me try my own combination reverb in FL studio (I'm guessing there's a way to do this in Ableton). I took my synth and routed it first so that the volume of the output was used as a CV, then used that CV to alternate between two reverb units: one short ambient reverb that is on when a note is being played, and one long reverb that only turns on when the output from the synth falls below the detection threshold. This gave a clean reverb while playing notes, even fast sequences, but then filled in the empty space when the synth was not being played, no automation necessary.
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This made me try my own combination reverb in FL studio (I'm guessing there's a way to do this in Ableton). I took my synth and routed it first so that the volume of the output was used as a CV, then used that CV to alternate between two reverb units: one short ambient reverb that is on when a note is being played, and one long reverb that only turns on when the output from the synth falls below the detection threshold. This gave a clean reverb while playing notes, even fast sequences, but then filled in the empty space when the synth was not being played, no automation necessary.

That sounds interesting. I think it can be done in Live with an effect rack and the max4live envelope follower device.
I'll have to try that sometime

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