I really like how you focus on listening to the differences. I have learned a lot from your reverb videos - and have spent quite a few hours now listening to my halls, plates and ambiences and the different effects they create. Hall = height was a highlight!
mistapes •Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Fab I love your personality man. Wish I had a friend like you! Thanks for making these videos.
rhcpmisha •Sunday, February 24, 2019
Great video. On a personal level, though, I'm discouraged that I can't tell the difference between most of these A/B comparisons.
Fabulous Fab •Friday, December 16, 2016
@soundspace2001: I only really use the pre setting to show you guys how it sounds or for special effects. When mixing I'm 90% of the time in post mode.
soundspace2001 •Friday, December 16, 2016
Really great video. I just have one big question: do you keep the PRE-button ON all the time - meaning also when mixing? Or do you switch the PRE-button OFF, as soon as you start mixing - or does it make NO difference at all?! I noticed, that you keep it ON all the time and not only for pre-hearing the effects of your editings (I noticed this also in other videos).
reddirt •Saturday, January 16, 2016
You are really on top of your subject; terrific vid as always Fab.
syphamusic •Tuesday, January 5, 2016
@FAB, Great video. However do these "principles" also apply when mixing Hip-Hop? I ask because such tracks usually seem awash with reverb.
HANSON MICHAEL •Saturday, January 2, 2016
Merci for the video! I did not think that the vocal matched the track. Thus it was hard to hear a perfect blend. Maybe some of the instrs verbs on the vocal next time and a session instead of 2 track ref. for the "summing" to be all over and more coherent
CCHorton •Monday, March 23, 2015
Informative and fun as always. Thanks Fab!
anxious •Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Hope the cold's gone. A tes souhaites! Thanks for the video, always a lot to learn. Salut.
Ten20SevenAudio •Thursday, January 8, 2015
Fantastic video. Concise, with JUST the right amount of detail.
There's a technique I use from time to time; most commonly on drum room mics: I use a short delay, 100% wet on the insert of an stereo aux/sub out. After panning,the room mic's outputs to the same aux/sub, I calculate the delay time to the value of a 32nd - 64th note according to the songs tempo. They'll sound huge: a way to naturally make a smaller room sound larger w/o excessively tacky 'verbs. Anyone ever try anything similar w/ reverb? I still tend use a touch of 'verb w/ it. To my ears it adds another spatial dimension
vgabriel •Thursday, January 8, 2015
g •Saturday, January 3, 2015
This video is currently in post production! Soon available on pureMix.
DenisD •Saturday, January 3, 2015
Where is "Using DELAY on vocals" video? I can't find it.