In this free video tutorial, new contributor Eddie Bazil explains the basics of using delay as an audio processing tool, starting what is Delay, how to use it and when to use it for effects using the FabFilter Timeless 2 plug-in to demonstrate the different delay techniques.
Topics Covered In This Free Video Tutorial
- What is Delay?
- What are the functions and parameters?
- Delay instead of Reverb.
- Delay clarity and colour.
- Understanding Time and Timing.
- Controlling Time via modulation.
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Who Is Eddie Bazil?
Eddie’s professional musical career started during his teens, when he became a programmer for some of the most notable Electro/New Wave and Dance/Rap bands of the time, including AON, DJ Shadow, Juice, Pet Shop Boys, Spandau Ballet, C Campbell, Bobin, Paul Dee, Jets Orchestra, DJ Krush and many more.
His career and experience progressed as he became a popular remixer and producer, working on projects with Busta Rhymes, SFP, Bobin, Dee, DJ Krush, DJ Shadow, Sleeveless, Greensleeves, 9 Bar and Gam Productions, with many of his tracks achieving top chart positions.
Eddie later created a number of independent film scores and theatre soundtracks, as well as producing material for Emu/Ensoniq, Propellerheads, Kiesel, Sound Effects Library, Native Instruments and Arturia, to name just a handful.
He is currently involved in various production, remixing and sound-design projects, as well as sharing his knowledge by teaching workshops and providing online tuition through Samplecraze. Eddie has also been a contributing writer for Sound on Sound and has published several books on audio technology.