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Reverb and delay are apart of every music production. Used as both inserts and buss effects they...

Mixing Tutorials, Production Concepts

Reverb and delay in series, which comes first?

Reverb and delay are apart of every music production.

Used as both inserts and buss effects they provide that essential sense of space. They can be used in series or parallel, but when used in series a question often asked is “Which comes first”.

As with most things in music production they are no right or wrong answers. In this tutorial we will look at the technique and some examples of combing these effects together.

Lesson key points:
0:12 – Introduction
0:42 – Effect use definitions
1:22 – Inserts; Delay into Reverb
5:24 – Inserts; Reverb into Delay
9:27 – Advanced Routing Options
14:42 – Controlling processing

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