Do you ever find that your reverbs can start messing with the timing of your songs?
If there’s too much decay or pre-delay, then it’s easy for one note to start to blending in with the next.
This makes your song sound untidy and off-beat. It’s a frustrating problem to deal with, and one that can really confuse musicians that are new to mixing.
There is a solution though.
In this video, Gobbler’s Professional Mix Trainer, Pete Dowsett takes you through how to use a time delay calculator to set the reverb decay on your mix.
You’ll learn how to work out the pace of your song, and how to set the timing so each note sounds clean and distinct.
It might sound confusing. But Pete explains it all clearly. By the time you’ve watched this video you’ll understand exactly how to separate each note and bring your track to life.