Reverse reverb effect.

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Post 09 Aug 2015

Reverse Reverb effect.

-Music is art, which is why we should try to be as creative as possible. A cool creative way of making any part of the song more intriguing is using the reverse reverb effect.

-There are two known ways of doing this. 1. You may have a reverb plugin that has a reverse like algorithm, which I know to be in the RV7000 that is one of the Reason reverb units. 2. Get a synth of preference, add reverb with the decay time of your choice, and then export it. Bring it into your sampler or arrangement window. What ever DAW you use, you're bound to see the 'reverse' option for the sample. Place it where desired.

-I believe that this trick can be effective when transitioning between parts of the song. It makes transitions seamless & effortless.

-Be creative. Don't be afraid of trying new techniques that could really bring something to your art. Making music should be all about breaking expectations and doing whatever the fuck you want.

Hope this helps.

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Post 09 Aug 2015

Can you post a sample so we can hear how you use it? Also, do you know the patch name for the RV7000? Lastly, when you reverse the sample synth, do you mean like a reverse cymbal or an actual synth melody?? Thanks.
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Post 10 Aug 2015

Puckboy2000 wrote:Can you post a sample so we can hear how you use it? Also, do you know the patch name for the RV7000? Lastly, when you reverse the sample synth, do you mean like a reverse cymbal or an actual synth melody?? Thanks.
It's not a patch, it's the reverse algorithm. It depends, whatever you want to reverse. That's the whole point of making music, you're doing whatever the fuck you want. I usually go for reversing a synth sample to make transitions seamless, but I've also tried using it with an actual melody.

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Post 10 Aug 2015

There's another way, even easier in some ways IMO, which mimics the "traditional" way:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k11cZldcMSk
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selig wrote:There's another way, even easier in some ways IMO, which mimics the "traditional" way:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k11cZldcMSk
I just shared the method I knew. Thanks for your input.

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Post 10 Aug 2015

avensa wrote:
selig wrote:There's another way, even easier in some ways IMO, which mimics the "traditional" way:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k11cZldcMSk
I just shared the method I knew. Thanks for your input.
And I shared the method I knew - is that OK (I respect that it's YOUR thread)?
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Post 10 Aug 2015

selig wrote:
avensa wrote:
selig wrote:There's another way, even easier in some ways IMO, which mimics the "traditional" way:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k11cZldcMSk
I just shared the method I knew. Thanks for your input.
And I shared the method I knew - is that OK (I respect that it's YOUR thread)?
Yes. It's fine.

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