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Mastering Pro Tools® Effects: Getting the Most Out of Pro Tools’ Effects Processors by Jeremy Krug

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Refresher

Reverberation processors create (or recreate) a sense of space around an instrument, voice, or other sound. It helps to understand what happens to sound in those real (and artificial) spaces. The sounds you record are going to interact with the places where you record them. Even if you try to remove all of that natural interaction, the sounds will simply seem, well, unnatural. They might not sound wrong, just unnatural. Let’s review how our ears work, what’s going on in natural acoustic spaces, and how reverb compares to other effects.

Fundamentals

It might be tough to capture the reality of the sounds we are recording, but for most audio production work we still want the end result to seem realistic. That probably sounds like a clever ...

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