Eric Tarr breaks down all things algorithmic reverb including the history of reverb, how to build it from scratch, and practical applications for the mix.
Learn how sound behaves in an acoustic space
Learn the essential elements and parameters of reverberation
Learn how stacking delay in series and parallel creates reverb
Learn the parameters and functions of various delay plugins
Learn how to create & customize your own algorithmic reverb
Learn the basics of reverb including the history of various designs and how sound behaves in an acoustic space.
Learn how you can create your own reverb by chaining multiple delay plugins together in series and parallel.
Hear audio demonstrations of different algorithmic reverb and delay plugins on various instruments.
Eric Tarr is a musician, audio engineer, and producer based in Nashville, Tennessee. Currently a Professor of Audio Engineering Technology at Belmont University.