[Ardour-Users] Made with Ardour - Tick Tock Islands
spf006 at gmail.com
Thu May 26 14:43:41 PDT 2011
If memory serves, the reverb is mainly CAPS plate in the 2x2 version,
inserted on two separate stereo busses running parallel, one for the really
long distance reverb in the intro-verse, and another for the more usable
reverb for the rest of the tune. My fx are always inserted pre-fader and in
100% effect mix, so that the bus fader then can be automated for the mix. I
think I also did some EQ after the plate, still pre-fader on the main reverb
bus. Often I'll eq the send simply by inserting a multiband parametric
above the reverb or other effect plugin on a similar bussing arrangement so
that the reverb/effect only responds to the frequencies I allow it to at
input. I find this helps keep things even cleaner than EQing the effect
signal, which is also a "go-to" in my practice.
There is also yet another plate, this one 1x2 also on its own bus, and eq-d
just to give a "glow" to the bass of the djembe... dunno whether it muddies
the waters or not, but it felt good at the time!
Thanks for taking the time to listen and comment!
On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 5:08 PM, Wayne <wayne at in-giro.org> wrote:
> Il giorno gio, 26/05/2011 alle 15.13 -0400, Number Six ha scritto:
> I'll don my flame suit and offer another sacrifice for comment; although
> there's no snare in here! Everything except the lead vocals recorded and
> mixed with Ardour 2.x... I think I even updated through a version or two
> while in the middle of the project.
> sounds great and very clear, even with all the assorted effects and
> sounds. can i ask what plugins you used (especially for reverb) and how you
> had them inserted?
> peace, w
> On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 3:05 PM, Jason Jones <poeticintensity at gmail.com>
> Since we're playing show and tell, I have a hobby studio which employs
> Ardour and Mixbus. I've been recording stuff in there for a few
> years. I did this one a month or so ago. Any comments?
> On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 12:51 PM, Jonathan Stowe
> <jns at its-going-to-be-fabulous.com> wrote:
> > On Thu, 2011-05-26 at 11:27 -0400, Paul Davis wrote:
> >> On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 10:50 AM, Luc Tanguay <lucus at sympatico.ca>
> >> > Maybe the answer is in the original email: cheap drum mics...
> >> > If the sound you recorded is no good, it will be difficult to "fix" it
> >> > later stage.
> >> you can't fix a snare with any mic at any price.
> >> you can fix a snare by throwing it out the window. cheap too.
> >> let the great war on snares begin! blood, mayhem and TSCHAK! for all!!
> > Yeah, the 909 clap is the way to go :)
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