Are you a music producer that uses a limiter on your master bus? In this video, I will share why I personally don’t use a limiter on my master bus when producing music. People ask, should I put a limiter on my mix? Some say that this is very necessary. They call it top-down mixing. I used to do this myself when I was just a young producer. I was wrong.
We are back with part two of the series on is six creative ways that you can use reverb in your music productions. This week I share tricks including the automated reverb, or automating a note or hit with reverb. Finally we finish it off with the classic 80’s gated reverb trick.
We got a two-part series on six creative ways that you can use reverb in your music productions. In part one we discuss a classic reverb swell, reverb early reflections and an octave shimmer up trick. Are you familiar with some of these tricks? Level up your music productions with reverb tricks and stay tuned for part two next week.
Part 3 in the series on making your vinyl samples better goes over our last two topics and tricks you can use to enhance your vinyl samples. First I talk about using vinyl emulation to basically make the sample sound “older” per-say. You can get some cool sounds out of vinyl emulation plug ins.
Another method I share is masking and layering. I layer a few samples over the main sample I’m trying to enhance to give it more depth and another element that might enhance it in some way. The possibilities are endless and you really need to play around.