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Old 2012-08-27, 05:22
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Old 2012-08-27, 17:27
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I forgot where the REC SOURCE button was! Thank you for helping me put an end to my constant exporting and importing of audio! (Not to mention lining it up...)
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Old 2012-08-28, 06:24
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Selig,

Thanks for posting that! I just used it on a remix I'm doing & it really makes it stand out now.
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Old 2013-10-17, 09:28
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Thanks Selig!

Try it with a guitar, you can attain wah-like effects.

Tahnks a lot!
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Old 2013-10-17, 17:17
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Ah hah - this is really cool now. I wasn't following the purpose after a general perusing until this re:

BTW Giles - your leveler rerack.. I love it. I use it direct signal chain (and/or) as well as on the send buss of pretty much every sound that is in a mix now. Right down to the way the GUI interface is set up, its so.. logical and straight-forward. Also, the hard look-ahead function button isnt a DSP hog at all even when i have it on a ton of tracks (drums/vocal/bass/mid-highs/you name it). I tested it vs. the steinberg RE-2A, which seems to advertise a similar purpose (and I run a steinberg UR22 interface so no bias against steinberg), but the sound quality emitted from your product is hands down better. Plus your product offers much better sonic contouring capability imho. Anyway not to rant, but I am very happy with my purchase. Thanks for making the production process in reason simpler and more enjoyable.
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Old 2013-10-17, 17:18
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i know! try it on vocals - one shots, stutters, and even like crecscendoing parts of your tracks.. had mixed success hehe.
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Old 2013-10-18, 00:01
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selig

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OK, first of all, I know there are already many tutorials available on this subject, but I haven't seen any as simple as this and with a workflow as similar to analog tape. My process doesn't require exporting and re-importing any audio, and because of this it doesn't require any re-alignment of the effect after it's imported. It also allows you to quickly try different settings on the reverb/delay to see how they sound in context.

I've been meaning to create this tutorial since Reason 6.0 came out, and just assumed that others were already doing it this way. But each new tutorial I've seen still doesn't make it as simple as it could be, IMO. In the end, the results are exactly the same, so consider this as just one approach among many for you to try and see how it works for you!

Since I originally learned how to create this effect using analog tape, I naturally wanted a solution that resembled that process as closely as possible. I hope I've succeeded. On to the tutorial…



There are basically only three steps to create this classic effect, whether you're using analog tape or using Reason.

1) reverse the source audio (flip the tape backwards)
2) record reverb/delay to new tracks
3) reverse the recorded reverb/delay track (flip the tape back forwards).

The result is that ONLY the reverb/delay is backwards, and it lines up perfectly with the original audio (as with tape).
Here's a video that demonstrates the process using Reason 6.0.


selig my old mukka nice to finally see your name on the boards


would like to congratulate you on the sterling mid/side master combinator i downloaded along with the peffs ( the clever jap) havent really used yours the good ole veri mu is a feuture to good to miss

ok hope all is well and keep on making your combinators a speshily for reason5 still workin the old horse into the ground

ok thanks agasine
 

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