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- Jul 1st, 2014
As a follow-up to Audio Concepts 103, this course explains just how those “real world” acoustical FX are recreated in the studio using plugins. Learn how these delay-based effects function & are deployed in this hands-on course by Joe Albano.
Recording engineers spend a lot of time and energy trying to record audio as pristinely as possible. In the process, for the most part, any sense of acoustic space is of secondary importance when compared to the perfect capture of the primary sound. There are many reasons for this and it is reinforced by the the ability to "add back" the room & space when mixing.
This course – picking up where the Acoustics course left off – is filled with lots of in-depth explanations and animations explaining how all the major time-based effects work. Combined with an abundance of sonic examples, you learn how best to apply these FX which enhance the sound of your productions by adding depth, body and presence.
So join our favorite audio expert, Joe Albano, as he explores the depths of Delay and Reverb effects in this 4th course in our Audio Concepts series!
- Audio Concepts 101: Audio & Sound Basics
- Audio Concepts 102: Audio Processing Basics
- Audio Concepts 103: Acoustics
- Audio Concepts 104: Delay and Reverb Effects
- Audio Concepts 105: Sound Recording
- Audio Concepts 201: Advanced Audio Editing
- Audio Concepts 202: Mastering In The Box
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excellent videos, very analytics short and steady..highly recommended
This course is a good overview of all the delay and reverb effects. The difference between flanger, phasing and chorus are not so huge and it was a little boring for me. But other then that, really informative. Thumbs up.
Another great course in this series. I enjoyed a lot watching this. You'll have a pretty good idea how all this effects work. Nice job.
Another great bread and butter course from the best audio teacher on this website. Great review for the experienced, and absolute gold for the beginners. Happy birthday, MPV!!! I have learned so much from this site, i would easily pay ten times as much for my membership.
Great tutorial - everything you need to know about delay and reverb in an easily digestible package.
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A very detailed course about Delay and Reverb without being too complicated to follow. Well done!
This entire series is a must learn it all for musicians, audio engineers, home studio owners and all the music lovers. You learn lots of concepts in theory and applied in real life on EQs, Compressors, Delays and Reverbs. And there's many more: studio construction tips, soundproofing, etc. I really found what I was looking for and much more!
Very comprehensive in regards to the technical aspects. This was a great refresher. It also taught me a few things I hadn't known about the differences between and chorus and flange effects, and pointed me towards some really wonderful ways to thicken up sounds. The coverage of reverb is mostly technical with not a whole lot of emphasis put on the actual use of reverb. However, what it does cover is spot on. Nice work!
Simple - clear - comprehensive with practical examples - well done!
It's an absolutely amazing course. It tells you everything you need to know about Delay and Reverb effects and more, flanging, chorusing, doubling, echo and phasing. Also some creative tips on using the effects. Worth every minute watching it.
Another great addition to the Audio Concepts series. Excellent explanation of delay and reverb effects. I now know and understand the difference between flanging and phase. I feel more confident dialing in the exact sound I am looking for faster with less experimentation.