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Studio One 3 - Controlling the Muddiness in a Mix

This video deals with Controlling the muddiness in a mix by using fewer effects and making use of the FX Channels.

Posted by Johnny Geib on November 5, 2015 at 7:24 PM 2850 Views

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6 Comments

Reply Martin Weeks
8:57 PM on April 12, 2017 
Hi Johnny, just doing some reviews of your videos and have a question regarding using the combination of reverb and delay on vocals.
Being an "Old School" type of guy and lots of live shows using delay and reverb in that capacity, I've always been told that the best way to get really clean sweet sounding vocals with those effects was to "Tuck" the delay inside of the reverb. Reasoning was that with the delay first followed by reverb, the reverb actually helps accentuate the delay. The tail of the delay fades smoothly into the tail of the reverb creating a more realistic sounding echo. What's your opinion on this idea? After all this is studio, not a live performance so possibly it doesn't matter in the studio environment. Just curious that's all. Thanks.
Reply Stuart
7:29 AM on April 8, 2016 
Nice explanation and some good time saving tips.
Reply Shadreck Dianna
11:31 AM on January 30, 2016 
Well explained on muddness controlling Johnny thanks
Reply Jack
7:58 PM on December 26, 2015 
Very clear instruction. Even with the repeated "insert" the information was great Now I will see if it works with version 2.6.4
Reply Buster
11:28 PM on December 4, 2015 
Great Teacher knows how to explain it perfect, very helpful thank you
now if you could take me through the Presonus 192
Reply Michael
1:11 AM on November 7, 2015 
Great Tutorial Maximum results for minimum usage of effects!
Thanks Johnnie!