Top Reverb Tutorials
Top Reverb Tutorials

Top 16+ Reverb Tutorials 2022

We have created for you a rating of the Best 16 Reverb Tutorials as the most viewed and by excellent reviews of musicians

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  1. Fab Filter Pro R – First Look
  2. Serum update – Hall Reverb First Look
  3. Using The Aux Channel To Add Reverb To An Instrument
  4. Setting Your Reverb To Be In Time With Your Track
  5. Bandpassed Reverb In Bass Design
  6. Learn How To Tempo Sync The Reverb in Sylenth
  7. Reverb filter tricks for Serum
  8. iZotope Neoverb First Look – AI-Assisted Intelligent Reverb
  9. Automating Reverb Sends to Create Ambience Swells on Electric Guitar
  10. Gated Reverb Effect In Massive
  11. Creative Sound Design – Convolution Reverb
  12. 5 Reverb Mistakes That Can Ruin A Mix
  13. Tips for Using Reverb – Maschine Mixing Tutorial
  14. 3 Dimensional Reverb – Mixing Essentials
  15. Add Reverb To a Single Snare of a Drum Loop With Zone Envelopes
  16. Add Depth To Your Sounds With Reverb and Dimension Expander in Massive

1. Fab Filter Pro R – First Look

In this video, Echo Sound Works walks you through the new reverb plugin by FabFilter, Pro R.


2. Serum update – Hall Reverb First Look

In this video, Echo Sound Works covers the updated and newly released reverb algorithm in Serum. The Hall Reverb is a great update to this already stellar synth!


3. Using The Aux Channel To Add Reverb To An Instrument

In Kontakt, each Instrument routes its output to exactly one Output Channel. But you also send this signal to one or multiple Aux Channels with adjustable levels. This allows you to create sub-mixes and route wet effect signals for further processing and even to another physical output. In today’s video tutorial we’ll go over Using The Aux Channel To Add Reverb To An Instrument.

Show the Outputs section by clicking on the Outputs button.

In the first Aux Channel add a Reverb to the first Insert slot.

Double-click on the insert slot to show the effect parameters. Change the parameters to your liking or choose a factory preset. I’ve chosen Bright Room.

Play your instrument and adjust the aux1 slider to add reverb to your liking.
Now let’s take a look at routing wet effect signals to an Aux Channel.
In the Outputs section, the second aux channel and add a Tape Saturator to the first insert slot. Change the parameters to your liking or choose a factory preset. I’ve chosen Warm Distortion High Quality.

Enter edit mode by clicking on the wrench icon of your Instrument.

You can use send effects in the Group Insert, Bus Insert or Instrument Insert effects slots. To use a send effect add the Send Levels module to an effect slot.

Next, scroll down to the Send Effects section and add a Chorus module. Change the parameters to your liking or choose a factory preset. I’ve chosen Guitar Stereo.

Remember to leave a comment to let us know what you think about the video, how you plan on using the techniques you have learned or if want to give us some feedback!


4. Setting Your Reverb To Be In Time With Your Track

This is a great tutorial that shows you how to make your reverbs be in the same tempo with your track. We discuss the settings for the Decay and Pre-Delay times. 

This is very important because when you have a track with many different elements that use reverb it could sound a little bit messy and unclear. Reverb also will cause parts to sound like they are in the back of the mix.

The tips and tricks we show you will allow for a much cleaner and tighter sound that will leave your elements in the front of the mix and not get lost.

You can also make some great FX from the tips we show you.


5. Bandpassed Reverb In Bass Design

Learn this very nice trick about using a bandpass filter on your reverb in bass design.


6. Learn How To Tempo Sync The Reverb in Sylenth

Echo Sound Works shows you how to tempo sync the reverb in Sylenth and make it sound more musical.

Sometimes in production, the smallest little mix and or sound design tweaks can make a world of difference. Syncing your reverb’s pre-delay to your BPM is one of those tricks. Ever since I learned this trick, I have found myself using the reverb in Sylenth more often.

At 128 BPM, here are some MS values you could use with the reverb in Sylenth.

  • 1/8th note = 234 MS Pre-delay
  • 1/16th note = 117 MS pre-delay
  • 1/24th note = 78 MS pre-delay
  • 1/32nd note = 58 MS pre-delay

Again, those are just applicable for songs at 128 BPM. But this comes in handy when your tracks start to get thick with reverbs and delays. These MS values can be used with any reverb plugin too!

Check out the video to hear these tips with the reverb in Sylenth!

Cheers

Echo Sound Works


7. Reverb filter tricks for Serum

In this video, Echo Sound Works shows you how to make almost any sound incredibly filthy and huge by using the Reverb filter in both the main filter and the FX rack.


8. iZotope Neoverb First Look – AI-Assisted Intelligent Reverb

In this first look video we look at iZotope Neoverb – AI-Assisted Intelligent Reverb

iZotope Neoverb – A Reverb That Listens

From the minds behind Ozone and Nectar, and powered by legendary Exponential Audio technology, iZotope Neoverb is the most intelligent reverb plug-in for music producers.

Save time and leave the trial and error behind and design unique spaces for vocals and instruments in seconds, without muddying the mix.

A new real-time Reverb Assistant guides you in selecting and blending reverbs according to your creative needs. An AI-powered EQ section listens to your audio and helps you avoid artifacts, mud, and masking. Explore a deep Advanced panel and dozens of presets for vocals and instruments, and add your personal touch.

Whether you’re a new producer honing your a craft, or a veteran on your latest project, Neoverb will help you get to a great reverb sound in less time.

iZotope Neoverb Features:

Reverb Assistant uses AI-assisted processing to create complex, customized reverbs for any track
Blend Pad crafts unique amalgams of early reflections, rooms, plates, chambers, and halls
Formidable EQ section achieves amazing-sounding reverbs without long plug-in chains
AutoCut function suggests EQ moves to keep your input signal clean before you add reverb
Smoothing control evens out your track’s dynamics, thereby avoiding distracting artifacts
Unmask feature ensures that your reverb doesn’t overwhelm your mix
Masking Meter deploys inter-plug-in communication to indicate where your reverb is masking other tracks
Modulation adds lushness and depth to your reverb
Resizable interface accommodates your screen size and workflow
Pro-designed presets give you a sizable cache of application-specific starting points
Neoverb is powered by Exponential Audio’s famous reverb engines. Inspired by classic studio hardware, Exponential Audio reverbs are beloved for their high quality algorithms and realistic room sounds. Combine best-in-class sound quality with iZotope’s intuitive workflow, and you have a reverb plug-in ready to tackle any mix.

Design & Combine – Blend up to three different reverbs at once, or let the assistant choose them for you. Automate the blend pad in your DAW to create exciting movement in your mix!
Carve it Out – Neoverb’s AI-powered EQs listen to your audio to make suggestions. Unmasking technology helps your reverb stand out in the crowd, or blend into the mix.
Visualize Your Space – Explore dozens of presets and advanced controls that let you add your own personal touch, no matter the genre.

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9. Automating Reverb Sends to Create Ambience Swells on Electric Guitar

A video on automating your reverb sends to create ambience swells on electric guitar.


10. Gated Reverb Effect In Massive

In this tutorial, Echo Sound Works shows you how to get a little more out of the stock reverb in Massive by using modulation to create a gated reverb style effect.

Now this technique doesn’t actually use a noise gate, but the sound and overall result can be similar.

Al you have to do is modulate the Dry/Wet with an envelope. The key is to modulate in a negative, or left direction, and make sure you not only turn up the attack a little on the envelope, but also the delay.

You need to turn up the delay because that is what lets some of the dry sound through first and then the wet, processed sound.

This is a great technique for leads and basses that need to fill a lot of space in drops and chorus sections.


11. Creative Sound Design – Convolution Reverb


12. 5 Reverb Mistakes That Can Ruin A Mix

In this video, Echo Sound Works covers 5 reverb mistakes you might be making in your mixes and how you can fix them.


13. Tips for Using Reverb – Maschine Mixing Tutorial

In this video, I cover some examples of using reverb in a mixing environment. Using only the factory reverb effects, I talk about the options of reverb as a stand-out, creative effect or as a subtle addition to the overall feel of your project.

First, I show how to use reverb on your main instruments or samples to place them in a larger acoustic space. You can experiment with different reverb modes and amounts to change the feel of this space.

Second, I show a creative use of reverb using a snare sample. Playing this reverb-drenched snare once in a while keeps the drums interesting.

Finally, I talk about adding reverb on the drum group to place all of the individual sounds in a coherent space. This has the effect of subtly gluing everything together in the mix.

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14. 3 Dimensional Reverb – Mixing Essentials

If you’ve ever felt like adding reverb to a sound like a synth lead, pluck or even a vocal made your isolated sound better, but hurt your overall mix, try this tip and trick.

This is also a great way to add 3 dimensional depth to your reverb FX.


15. Add Reverb To a Single Snare of a Drum Loop With Zone Envelopes

In Kontakt, envelopes are created by envelope generators that act as signal sources for modulation assignments. These can be added to modules at the Group level and affect all zones. But sometimes you need modulate parameters of zones individually. In this weeks tutorial I will show how you can modulate parameters of individual zones, by adding reverb to a single snare of a drum loop by using Zone Envelopes.

Zone Envelopes allow you to modulate parameters on a per-zone basis. And because they are directly tied to the sample of the zone in which they appear, you can edit them on top of the waveform view. This allows you to create modulations in perfect sync with sample content.

Remember to leave a comment to let us know what you think about the video, how you plan on using the techniques you have learned or want to give us some feedback!


16. Add Depth To Your Sounds With Reverb and Dimension Expander in Massive

In this tutorial, learn how to use the spatial effects like the reverb and dimension expander in Massive to add depth and life to your sounds.

Massive has some great effects. It’s one of the reasons why it’s such a powerful software synthesizer.

The reverb and dimension expander in massive are two very powerful effects that work well for a wide range of sounds.

The Dimension Expander

The dimension expander in Massive is actually based off of an effect unit made by Roland in the 1980’s called the Roland Dimension D. It’s essentially a spatial processing tool that uses some spread, phase and chorus. Xfer records actually created a plugin that recreates the effect of the dimension expander in Massive so you can use it on other sources. The dimension expander in Massive is a great tool for thickening up a sound. It literally adds depth to the stereo field so for bass sounds and wobbles it can make all the difference.

NI Massive Reverb

There are two types of reverbs in Massive. Each are based off of the same algorithm, but they affect the sound differently. The small reverb is great for bass sounds and any other source that needs to be fairly focused in the mix. The the other reverb in Massive (just “Reverb”) is a powerful little effect. It can create plate-ish reverbs, rooms and and even hall sounds. It can become extremely flexible when you modulate the Dry/Wet or the Size controls with an envelope or an LFO. Using it in conjunction with the dimension expander in Massive can create some really powerful effects.

Cheers,

Echo Sound Works


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