Delays and echoes are the sauce that adds the required vibe to any modern vocal performance. But don’t be fooled, not all delays are created equally! There’s short delays, long delays, bright delays and trippy delays just to name a few.
In this pureMix tutorial Fab Dupont guides you through how and why he sets up short, medium and long delays on a mix.
- When to use rhythmic delays
- What is the Haas effect
- Filtering your delays to create color in a mix
- Layering multiple delays
Delays are vital tools to achieve that perfect vocal track. From subtle halos to sparkling spices, from glowing auras to cushions of sustain, delays are often one of those hard-to-pinpoint, important elements in a track. In this video, Fab discusses every kind of delay, from the shortest to the longest, leaving nothing to chance.
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