Spring Reverb

Spring Reverb Device   The reverb effect essentially represents a collection of delayed sound repetitions. Bell Labs company invented and patented the original spring reverb device. The reason for its creation was because they wanted to simulate the delays which...
How to Make Massive Layered Build-Ups

How to Make Massive Layered Build-Ups

The Importance of Build-ups   Build-ups are one of the essential elements of today’s dance music. They drive the track forward, introduce an uplifting feeling, and raise the overall energy level. There is no denying that build-ups with more or less complex drops...
Side-Chain Return Effects

Side-Chain Return Effects

Side-Chain Compression   As most of you already know, side-chain compression is a widely used technique for producers in a variety of genres, particularly EDM. It’s most often employed on bass lines, automatically ducking the volume of the bass to let the...

Room Reverb

Room vs Hall   Room reverb, as the name suggests, is closely related to a Hall reverb. They are both designed to simulate the natural sound of acoustic spaces. The main difference between them is that rooms are smaller spaces, which means that sounds travel much...

Hall Reverb

Discrete Echoes   Reverb actually represents a large number of discrete echoes. They are caused by sound bouncing off of every conceivable solid surface and then mushing together as the thousands of echo’s return to the listener. A reverb processor is a...