In this video for his Mix Tip Tuesday series Alex Solano from InMusic shows us how he uses the stock Pro Tools plug-in D-Verb to create a cool Reverb Freeze effect. He then goes on to demonstrate how to make this effect even more interesting with the use of side-chaining.
Pro-Quality Reverb Processing
From spacious halls to intimate rooms, D-Verb brings professional-quality reverb and ambience processing to single or multiple tracks of your Pro Tools session. D-Verb can be run on single or multiple tracks, auxiliary inputs, and group masters, in mono, stereo, or "mono-to-stereo" to create a stereo image from a mono track. With an attractive new interface, easy on-screen editing, superb audio quality, and the ability to do the work of multiple stand-alone reverb processors, D-Verb is a great performer. D-Verb comes bundled with Pro Tools First, Pro Tools and Pro Tools HD.