Lynda.com – Foundations of Audio: Reverb – UPDATE [Tutorial, ENG]

By | March 27, 2019

 

Year of release : 2014
Manufacturer : Lynda.com
Manufacturer site : www.lynda.com/Audio-tutorials/Foundations-Audio-Reverb/89707-2.html
Posted by : Alex U. Case
Duration : 03:05:00
Type of handing out material : Video Tutorial
Language : English

Description : This course explains one of the most important ingredients in sound mixing. Reverb is the time it takes for the sound to reflect, echo, and decay during live performance or recording. Reverb gives you the natural richness of your recordings that you can recreate. The producer and sound engineer Alex U. Case in his course will cover the acoustics, mechanical and digital devices for creating reverberation, parameter charts (room size, density, etc.) that you need to know in order to take advantage of the original recorded space and expand its influence.
This is a series of audio recordings that can be recorded during the live performance or recording. Reverb gives a natural richness to your recordings, which is possible to reproduce. It makes it possible for him to create a reverb it in post. He adds the following: space
Pro Tools and Logic Pro.
Topics include:
– What is reverb?
– Understanding how acoustic reverb works in rooms
– CPU resources
– Understanding core parameters, like reverb time and pre-delay
– Simulating space
– Creating nonlinear reverb
– Building pre-delay effects
– Using reverse reverb
– Using convolution correctly

Content
0. Introduction 9m 41s
Welcome 1m 58s
This course 2m 18s
Songs you should listen to this course 2m 46s
Using the exercise files 55s
Using the mix files session files 1m 44s
1. Understanding Reverberation 6m 44s
What is reverb? 2m 35s
Why do we use reverb? 4m 9s
2. Technologies for Creating Reverb 24m 33s
Capturing reverb acoustically through room tracks 5m 33s
Creating reverb acoustically through a reverb chamber 2m 51s
Creating reverb mechanically using springs and plates 5m 8s
Creating reverb digitally 4m 51s
Optimizing signal flow, effects loops, and CPU resources 6m 10s
3. Key Parameters and Reference Values ​​39m 10s
The anatomy of reverberation 3m 8s
Mastering reverb time parameters, 5m 36s
Understanding the frequency of reverberation 4m 56s
Tapping into advanced parameters such as diffusion, density, and more 4m 37s
Reference values ​​from the best orchestra halls 5m 40s
Hearing beyond the basic parameters 5m 31s
Touring the interfaces for six reverb plugins 9m 42s
4. Reverb Techniques 1h 32m
Choosing the right reverb for each of your tracks 2m 17s
Simulating space with reverb 5m 42s
Hearing space in the mix 6m 33s
Timbre and texture 3m 36s
Shaping tone and timbre with reverb 5m 49s
Creating contrasting sounds for your tracks 4m 43s
Using nonlinear 4m 25s
Emphasizing the reverb using predelay 3m 24s
Strategically blurring and obscuring tracks 1m 46s
Get in the Mix: Changing the scene by changing reverb UPDATED 7m 37s
Get in the mix: UPDATED 5m 52s
Reversing reverb to highlight musical moments 9m 36s
Synthesizing new sounds through reverb 6m 42s
Get in the Mix: Supporting a track with regenerative reverb UPDATED 6m 31s
17m 39s tracks
5. Advanced Reverb Topics 11m 32s
Setting up your own reverb chamber: The architecture 2m 2s
Setting up your own reverb chamber: The audio 4m 8s
Using convolution correctly 2m 32s
Getting great impluse response 2m 50s
6. Conclusion 1m 29s
Next steps 1m 29s

Example files : present
Video Format : MOV
Video : AVC, 960×540, 16: 9, 23.976 fps, ~ 1 177 Kbps
Audio : AAC, 48.0 KHz, ~ 160 Kbps, 2 channels

 

 

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