Delays and echoes are the sauce that adds the required vibe to any modern vocal performance.
But don’t be fooled, not all delays are created equally! There’s short delays, long delays, bright delays and trippy delays just to name a few.
In this tutorial Fab Dupont guides you through how and why he sets up short, medium and long delays on a mix.
When to use rhythmic delays
What is the Haas effect
Filtering your delays to create color in a mix
Layering multiple delays
From subtle halos to sparkling spices, glowing auras to cushions of clouds, delays are an essential element of any modern mix!
addictive546 •Thursday, November 5, 2020
At first i was a little put off by the snobbish french attitude of Fab....
But his humor grew on me , then in this intro I literally laughed out loud , all the coworkers thought I went nuts...
JorgeZM •Sunday, April 26, 2020
Gracias papu :)
simone.gr •Thursday, November 7, 2019
mblack101 •Monday, June 11, 2018
Should you use a Haas delay for all vocals, including harmony, doubles or background? Or is this primarily for the lead vocal?
Masterlogic •Friday, September 22, 2017
Both the video and the content: fabulous. But Fab speaks very quickly and the translation written in Spanish sometimes does not give time to read it. There are also phrases that are not well translated (or Fab says strange things) and have no meaning in the context.
telaim •Saturday, May 20, 2017
Bravo! So useful
ilyaorlov •Sunday, January 29, 2017
Thanks you! Clear and helpful!
soundspace2001 •Friday, December 16, 2016
Very helpful! THX
viccieleaks •Wednesday, December 14, 2016
rickdrumss •Wednesday, July 27, 2016
really great!! best regards from Chile.
Fabulous Fab •Thursday, January 14, 2016
@CCHorton: Universal Records did not do the best job at distributing this otherwise fantastic record. The best would be to write to the artist. They are great people.
djdrew •Thursday, January 14, 2016
Great stuff Fab! So would you use this as an addition to reverb or as an alternative?
ccbass2 •Monday, November 23, 2015
I love your tutorials but I find it frustrating, distracting and breaks concentration when you demonstrate BEFORE & AFTER by stopping the track and announcing that you are doing that.
It's enough that there is a fantastic visual indicating that the effect is active or bypassed.
Also switching multiple times allows the listener to reference the differences.
CCHorton •Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Awesome video! I was trying to find Disaster Queen, but iTunes and Amazon only have them on mp3, which I find unacceptable to listen to. Any idea where I can get a real, full resolution, tangible copy of their album???