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Aug 25,  · Removing Reverb using Free Plugins. De-Verb plugins seem to be all the rage at the moment, with recent releases from SPL (Deverb), Dyvision (Reverb Remover) and Zynaptic (Unveil) – impressive all around (heck, I _love_ SPL products, and the Zynaptic one looks great) – they also seem to utilize different mechanisms for removing the Reverb so there is even an argument for owning Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins. Jun 17,  · Is it possible to remove or lighten a small amount of room reverb from a single voice soundtrack using any of the filters in Soundtrack Pro or any other software? More Less. Logic Pro, Mac OS X (), I Mac Posted on Jun 15, PM. Aug 20,  · Remove reverb & echo in Logic Pro X for free Posted by Greg Douras August 20, Posted in Gear and Hardware, Ideas I was editing a voice-over for a client recently, and it sounded like it was recorded in a living room or kitchen with hardwood floors.
 
 

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Sep 11,  · Remove Echo/Reverb from Audio Logic Pro X Logic Pro X has a echo remover plugin known as EchoRemover, which helps in removing echo/reverb, not only from audios/podcasts but also from videos. See those audio files that you considered unprofessional and unclear, well, you can now change them thanks to the EchoRemover. Aug 25,  · Removing Reverb using Free Plugins. De-Verb plugins seem to be all the rage at the moment, with recent releases from SPL (Deverb), Dyvision (Reverb Remover) and Zynaptic (Unveil) – impressive all around (heck, I _love_ SPL products, and the Zynaptic one looks great) – they also seem to utilize different mechanisms for removing the Reverb so there is even an argument for owning Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins. Jun 17,  · Is it possible to remove or lighten a small amount of room reverb from a single voice soundtrack using any of the filters in Soundtrack Pro or any other software? More Less. Logic Pro, Mac OS X (), I Mac Posted on Jun 15, PM.
 
 
 
 

No time now to go into Polarity Inversion, Phase Inversion, the differences between them — you want that, read the daddy of articles over on Sound on Sound — Phase Demystified. Firstly — what do I mean by De-Verb? Imagine recording Drums in an Anechoic Chamber. Here, there would be no reflections from the walls, ceiling or floor, and you would only hear the attack of the drums and the natural decay from their shells. The moment you place the drums in a real room, you are going to get reflections from the room — ambience.

Make the room bigger, give it a more intricate structure, and thousands upon thousands of tiny echos will add together to create a slow decay to the sound — reverb…. We could just start with a Transient Designer… and you probably should! With these, we can tweak the Attack portion of a sound and boost it, and then separately attenuate the Release portion of the sound — the ambience. This is a bit of brute force, but it can work. First, insert and play some audio on any channel in your DAW.

Flip the Phase Button a couple of times — hear any difference? Hopefully not. Now play both of them together — it should be louder. The audio vanishes. Why would we want to do this? This trick only works if the audio streams are identical. Seriously, this is all we need :. Between the hits, where the sound is quiet, the compressor will no longer be working, so the two channels of audio will be identical and will cancel out — no audio will be heard.

Go have a poke around their site , test their plugins and buy a few. Massive recommendation from me here ;. Pro Tools? Go talk to FXPansion and get a wrapper on it ;. Why The Rocket? It has exactly the features we want — super fast Attack, reasonably variable release enough for us, most likely and huge compression ratios.

If I remember, this is an old Premier Olympic Kit. You might think this is a great way to De-Verb — and it is for close mics… but you try this on overheads… Not quite as nice. Step 1. Duplicate the Overheads. These tracks are identical. Step 2. Here you can apply any EQ or Compression that you want on the original sound.

Step 3. This channel should sound Identical to your previous Group — Excellent! Step 4. The sound from your Overheads should vanish. This is a good thing. Step 5. Pop a copy of The Rocket in the last pre-fader Insert on the copied channel. Turn the Attack to its lowest setting to the Left. Now, drag that threshold DOWN. Really… DOWN. We want The Rocket to be hammering the audio. What you should notice, if you play the audio now, is that you hear something. They will no longer cancel out. We now need to tweak to get rid of the reverb.

The Gain Reduction meter should be flying to the left, and probably hanging around there. We want the compressor to hit immediately a drum is hit hence the short attack but stop compressing during the ambience. I went for fairly 2 subtle reduction on these tracks but you can take it a lot further.

Here, try playing the two players in parallel press play on the first, then play a second or so later on the second and you can do a comparison. You may also find that in the mix, you can be more brutal with the effect… other instruments are great cover ;.

This also opens up a lot of different avenues. What if we start EQing portions of the inverted phase track — we could let more reverb through in certain frequency ranges. But what if we chose a limiter with program dependent release?

What about the compressors with program dependent or interesting non-linear release curves? This method, as far as I can work out, is definitely one for punchy, short lived sounds like Drums and picked Acoustic Guitars. Cross Platform — how about Vladgsound Molot — absolutely love this compressor generally — great on the Drum Buss ;. I just liked The Rocket for this. Too cool. I had an artist send me vocals with a little too much reverb mixed in.

I used an EQ compressor stock with Cubase to compress the super high end but then That caused other issues so I polished it with the over all channel EQ. It sits in the mix better but, I will give this way a try to see what happens. Or have you basically devised a way to implement a compressor as a noise gate here? But I do find I get different results with a plain noise gate, sometimes better, sometimes worse. You are commenting using your WordPress.

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