Hi guys this is a very quick and basic question.
In the how to make techno in ableton there is the FX part regarding big long reverb, I am using logic 9 and wondered if you can let me know who to replicate this effect in logic.
No video required, just need to now which reverb to use and what parameters to set to get the same effect.
Yeah - Slightly off topic - but this kinda F***'s me up too…
There are so many Million Reverbs available in Logic that I think its difficult to see the wood for the trees.
I always struggle to find a extremely short room type reverb for knitting stuff together & also like you - longer ones as well.
Will (Have to…) be watching this post (because I will not get any notifications>> )
I can help you with a short one, there are 2 really nice settings in the Waves Trueverb for short reverb if you have waves Trueverb,
The settings are Studio A and Snare Trap
[quote]crazyflyrecordings (01/06/2010)[hr]I can help you with a short one, there are 2 really nice settings in the Waves Trueverb for short reverb if you have waves Trueverb,
The settings are Studio A and Snare Trap[/quote]
Nah… No Waves for me.
I have a Wife & therefore - 2 consciences! LOL
Don’t mean to bump this up, but please can some one help, I am struggling here to replicate the reverb in logic from the Ableton tutorial
[quote]crazyflyrecordings (02/06/2010)[hr]Don’t mean to bump this up, but please can some one help, I am struggling here to replicate the reverb in logic from the Ableton tutorial[/quote]
Whats the name of the Reverb / settings in Live?
Would an Impulse Response of it in Space Designer work?
i will have a dig around in logic today for you and get back to you!
[quote]bryan spence (03/06/2010)[hr]i will have a dig around in logic today for you and get back to you![/quote]
Hey Bryan - Sorry to jump on ya like this… but would you be able to recommend a reverb for knitting stuff together - like a small room type Verb - Either Space Designer or another Logic Plug?
I try lots of different ones & a little definitely makes it sound better to my ears, but I’m never quite sure if its right or wrong.
I know you have to have very short RT settings:
Delay time in ms = 60000/BPM = quarter note delay time
Delay time in ms = 60000/BPM/2 = eighth note delay time
Delay time in ms = 60000/BPM/4 = sixteenth note delay time
Little is good with all the Low stuff cut out - Too much can start to sound very messy.
I’ve got a delay calc. that gives you the time in ms… LOL - but again - I’m always at a loss as to whether it is the right “type” of reverb as there are so many to choose from in Space Designer.
I usually just get a very short one & start from there - but if you could include me in the original Question, I’d be very grateful
The problem I seem to be finding with the Logic verbs are the quality is poor, sound designer is good, but I can get the tail to go for long enough it cuts out too quick
Did you get a chance to have a look @ this?
hi guys, had a look in logic 9 for you.
its longest reverb is 20s which would probably be fine, but if you really do want the full shebang, i created an impulse response in ableton using their reverb with a 60s tail.
if you just drag this into Space designer in logic you will get the same effect.
just put a high pass filter on it and hey presto
ps. if you have a look on the net there are loads of impulse responses. you just need one with a 40s+ tail to get the same effect! this one was just made using abletons reverb, which isn’t amazing
cheers feller, will try this out tomorrow on my current project