Logic Mixing Tutorial – Reverb Parameters – PlatinumVerb

http://www.pointblankonline.net/audio-mixing-course.php In this tutorial Ian Sherwin (La Roux, Primal Scream) demonstrates the various reverb parameters whilst mixing the drums on this club…

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25 Responses to Logic Mixing Tutorial – Reverb Parameters – PlatinumVerb

  1. Dee Vigga Muzik says:

    Very good tutorial, nice one!

  2. anon840c says:

    thanks, good tutorial. terrible music though, too much effort wasted on
    simple shit (not that it affects the quality of the tutorial)

  3. Labiagalore says:

    Great tutorial! Topic clearly explained and simple to understand.

  4. Lalo Dominguez says:

    great tutorial, i noticed though that your not rounding up when the number
    after the decimal is 5…. just wondering if it really makes a difference
    or not

  5. MatthewYoungProducer says:

    Name of the particular track by Mike Koglin?

  6. GorkemADR says:

    Thank you. I’m currently considering it.

  7. Point Blank Music School says:

    Our courses go into a lot more depth and you’ll be taught by a professional
    producer tutor who will be able to provide you with 1-2-1 feedback on your
    tracks and your work. You will also have a live masterclass every week with
    your tutor. It’s this level of interactivity that really sets our courses
    apart. Get in touch with a course advisor to find out more:

  8. Greg Meadows says:

    Thanks for great tutorial however in three different places to reset the
    video back to the beginning .

  9. Jim Divine says:

    awesome tutorial… i just dont use the Logic’s reverb… it sounds wack…
    I prefer the one from Apple which sounds dope

  10. Point Blank Music School says:

    Our courses are very in-depth, visit our website to check out the full
    range that’s available.

  11. Electronic Music Lab says:

    sure does, thanks!

  12. Point Blank Music School says:

    A reverb is made of: first early reflections then followed by the diffused
    reverb. The pre-delay is the time between the original sound and the early
    reflections, whereas the initial delay is the elapsed time between the
    original signal and the main diffused reverb effect. The diffused reverb
    should flow on from the early reflections. Hope that helps!

  13. Electronic Music Lab says:

    Just learning about Reverb and the bit that confuses me in this tutorial is
    when Ian talks about the ‘initial delay’ parameter, he says ”its the
    amount of time between the sound source and the onset of reflections”
    which is not specific timing, but which is very similar to pre-delay, but
    also similar to diffusion which to my understanding is the amount of time
    for the build up of reflections from the first early reflection to the
    onset of reflections to become dense ‘density’ am i correct?

  14. AWEF GAFD says:

    what is the difference between all the different reverbs and which is best

  15. 4ndomestic says:

    great tutorial!!

  16. Richard James says:

    Great sounding track. All the PB videos are excellent. I may have to sign
    up for a few courses :-)

  17. Point Blank Music School says:

    @asura673 Thanks for the positive feedback. Ian really knows his stuff and
    is an absolute natural at explaining it clearly and in-depth. There will be
    more samples coming soon from the Art of Mixing course so keep an eye out
    for those. Nice one, Nick PB

  18. Point Blank Music School says:

    @videosongman cheers!

  19. Point Blank Music School says:

    @Adriaannnn1 we go into that technique on several of our courses but the
    Electro House and EDM courses are probably the best ones for you to look at
    for that sound. You can take free samples of those courses over on our
    site. Nick PB

  20. Point Blank Music School says:

    @tushar223 The original tune is by Mike Koglin, another one of our tutors.
    He made it all in the box using Ableton Live. On our EDM Pro Producer
    Course students can see exactly how he produces the track from the beats to
    synthesis to effects to structure and arrangement. Check it out on our
    course brochure. Nice one, Nick PB

  21. Colum Coyle says:

    after this you could go even further and side-chain compress the reverb.
    that would go great, especially on a track like the example given in the

  22. Adriaannnn1 says:

    yeah an in-depth tutorial like this one about layering synths and eq’ing
    them to get that sort of big room house sound would be the best!!

  23. tushar223 says:

    the audio quality of this sound is great .. how u get that ? any tips ?

  24. videosongman says:

    Best reverb video on youtube!

  25. asura673 says:

    Great vid, well put across and in depth, unlike 99% of other tuts on
    youtube. Wouldnt mind a similar tut but on layering and eqing synths
    properly. Thanks! :)

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