Post-reverb compression What is post-reverb compression? Or put another way, what does it mean to compress reverb? According to Audio Fanzine’s article “More About Compressing Reverb,” placing a compressor right after the reverb on the corresponding aux bus, or more simply, “in the effects chain” since DAWs don’t really need to rely on auxiliary busses.…… See More
These are posts that involve the topic of editing audio.
Here’s a tip to help you record and finish long voice over jobs more efficiently (which translates to much faster). If you are lucky enough to have gotten a fairly long voice-over job, such as an audio book, documentary narration, etc., then you know that there will be little mess-ups along the way that need…… See More
In audio recording, there are a LOT of terms that don’t seem to describe the thing they are actually trying to describe. At least not to “audio civilians” who are not techies or engineers. But today’s audio tool actually sounds like what it does! Will wonders never cease?:). I’m referring to something called a noise gate.…… See More
Reaper (http://reaper.fm) is an incredible recording program that I use just about every day. But like any piece of software, it only does what you tell it to do. And over the years, I have made many mistakes that I hope I can keep you from making. One of those mistakes was accidentally slicing up…… See More
Have you ever been working on mixing audio tracks in a digital audio workstation (DAW) program (such as Reaper, Pro Tools, Sonar, Ableton Live, Logic Pro, etc.), and wanted to apply an effect to only one small section of a track? There don’t seem to be any obvious ways to do it, since effect plugins…… See More