Reverb is the glue that binds your songs and productions together. And if used carefully, reverb can add space, depth, width, and even clarity to a song.
But! There’s a fine line between a spacious and clear mix with reverb and one that sounds washy, indistinct, and muddy.
Crafting the perfect space doesn’t have to be difficult though. And thankfully, Logic’s reverbs come loaded with the necessary tools.
Or if you prefer to use 3rd party reverb plugins, these techniques aren’t genre or plugin specific.
So today I’d love to show you 3 techniques I use to tighten up my reverb game for songs and mixes. Not only that, but I had time to throw in a bonus tip as well 🙂
Åge Eriksen says
Thx for a new bunch of great tips!
How about using the same reverbs for all tracks – like sending each track to the same plate, room and hall reverb, to keep the instruments and vocals in the same space… is that a bad idea? I reckon that when EQing the reverb, as you do here, each instrument must send to it’s own reverb who is EQed for that instrument. More work, but as long as it sounds better it’s fine by me.