It’s still a classic effect today – and a ubiquitous part of reggae, dub and other genres. It’s probably the simplest analog effect device in existence. You send sound down a metal spring and pick it up on the other side. Presto…..reverb!
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and yours from Beat Drop. This year to celebrate the holidays we prepared a special gift for you. A royalty-free Spring Reverb sample pack for free download we call THE TANK. It is made up of sixty four specially recorded reverb hits that rise, fall, swoop and swoosh, The reverb tanks were removed from old guitar amplifiers and the signal was run through an analog signal chain to add warmth. The sixty four sounds were loaded into a drum rack for maximum playability and organization. All sounds are 24 bit wav files that will hold up to whatever you throw at them.
Maybe you use return tracks, maybe you don't. In the mixing environment of a DAW sends and returns can seem anachronistic. Nonetheless there are great reasons to use return tracks. In this article we will talk about how you can use return tracks to improve your mix and when it may be better to use a different method of processing.