I'm not sure if this step is really necessary. I've got to think it's subtracting some "noise" you want in the signal as well. I'd say as long as your signal to noise ratio is good, that's all you need. YT is going to lower the audio quality anyway...so unless the YT signal reduction on top of the recording noise poses its own problem, I wouldn't mess with it.Kurt Penner wrote: 3. Apply noise reduction with ReaFir effect (samples the background noise then digitally subtracts it)
Now here's where you need to learn to do it the "right" way, or the "classic" way.6. Copy first track into tracks 2&3, and pan those hard left and right respectively. Keep #1 up the center
7. Apply reverb to all tracks individually via the FX send/receive; Less verb on the center track, the idea being to simulate a direct sound up front and ambient sound from the far sides
So, final stereo track, rightDoes this make sense? I am at the beginning of learning this complicated software so any tips from any software user would be appreciated. In particular I am confused by the many places that reverb can be applied, such as to individual tracks or to the final stereo track in the mixer.
Kurt Penner wrote:But why?kampfgolem wrote:Oh and regarding the use of reverb, the people here are right - using an aux send (it might be called an effects send on your DAW) is your best option for a "natural sound"
Just like before, the people in here are right.Kurt Penner wrote:But why?kampfgolem wrote:Oh and regarding the use of reverb, the people here are right - using an aux send (it might be called an effects send on your DAW) is your best option for a "natural sound"
Stephen, this may be part of the reason. But I was once told by an audio engineer friend of mine that the main reason for using a send is so that you effectively create one reverb "space" to which you send all the instruments. The risk with having a separate reverb plug in on each channel is that the plug in settings need to be 100% the same or else you risk creating different spaces which may sound artificial.Stephen Kenyon wrote:I use the Altiverb plugin, which has a % mix - is this effectively the same as sending to a bus?
I thought the main reason to send to a bus was so as to economise on CPU resources, so if you have a whole load of tracks you don't need to load an instance of the reverb plugin for each.
So yeah, what Paul said.kampfgolem wrote: [...] having only one reverb would work as though you were putting the instruments in an artifical room of a determined size. [...]
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