Date: Tue, 28 Aug 2007 13:35:20 -0400
From: MoonCaine <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [Audacity-users] Reverb - default or "zero" position
To: Discussion list for Audacity users
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I keep forgetting to do it, but that's a great suggestion. Think
Track 1: the original audio, unchanged in any way
Track 2: the same audio from Track 1, but now with reverb applied.
Use the volume of Track 2 to mix in as much or as little of that
reverb as you like.
Don't like the way the reverb sounds? Delete Track 2. Copy Track 1
again and try some different settings next time.
When you're dealing with a program, like Audacity, that doesn't let
you hear the reverb in real time, as you make changes, it can help to
do this reverb stuff on a copy of the track, because you find that
you must do it several times, at least, if not 10 or 40 times, to
find the sound you like best.
On Aug 27, 2007, at 6:23 PM, David R. Sky wrote:
> I haven't experimented with reverb much, but a frequent suggestion
> seen is to create two tracks of audio in Audacity - your original
> and the track with your audio with reberb applied to it. Then you
> can mix
> the tracks as you wish.
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