From Eno to Enya and everything in between, let’s take a look at some of the most unique uses of reverb in popular music history.
Though RX 7 is more squarely aimed at engineers, there are many ways music producers can use it to save time on long-winded tasks and to clean audio. Here are six.
Noise reduction is a necessary part of making music. We consider the different types of noise in music production and how to make the call to keep or remove them.
Remixes can be great opportunities to grow your skills as a producer. In this blog we cover how to remix a song and discuss the best mentality to have when learning.
Reverb is all around you. Learn what it is, why it matters, and how you could use reverb plug-ins like those from Exponential Audio to improve your next music or post-production.
Digital reverb is a game-changer in the world of audio production. In this article, we discuss how digital reverbs like Exponential Audio's works and considerations when using it.
With a basic understanding of how humans interpret and react to sound, you can create more satisfying mixes that play on the experience of listening—known as psychoacoustics. We look at several examples for music production.
Reverb is a valuable tool for mix engineers. However, its uses extend throughout music production. In this article, we cover some creative ways to use reverb.
Learn a few guidelines that will let you make better decisions around when to add reverb in a song vs. when you leave your track dry.