Delays

Sidechain compression is a top production technique in dance music, but sidechaining can be a difficult effect to master. Learn 5 top sidechain compression workflows to help you understand how sidechain compression works and how to get the most from its creative workflow effects.

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Whether you’re a producer adding ear candy or a mix engineer giving a song forward motion, these 7 advanced tips for creative automation will help you create dynamic mixes that move and breathe.

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Throwing reverbs and delays across a vocal is too easy. Step outside your comfort zone by running your favorite reverbs and delays into Waves Kaleidoscopes modulation effects. Tip by mix engineer Nick Brophy (Rolling Stones, Jason Aldean).

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Explore the free StudioRack chain preset ‘Fun Vocals’ by producer/mixer Chris Tabron (Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, The Strokes). Combining compression, reverb and creative delay macros, this chain can quickly transform any lead vocal in a mix.

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Take your creative mixing skills up a level with these 7 cool delay production effects, which insert different effects before and after instances of Waves H-Delay.

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Use two Waves Manny Marroquin signature series plugins to quickly shape, energize and add vibe to your hip hop vocals in a few simple steps. Check out tips on using the Manny Delay & Triple D.

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Slap delay is one of the oldest and most-loved FX tricks in mixing history, dating back to Elvis recordings in the ‘50s. Learn how to harness this technique to bring out vibe, energy and emotion in your mixes.

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These are the “bread and butter” tools of a mix engineer’s kit. Learn how to get your song sounding like a finished record with faders, pan knobs, EQs, compressors/limiters, saturators, delays and reverbs.

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Groove is a critical factor in modern music, but for producers who are not drummers, it can be a challenge to create an interesting feel for the song. Learn to use your time-based FX tools to create inspiring rhythmic ideas.

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Technology in the 1980s changed the game for record making, as synthesizers, drum machines, automation, sampling and other studio trickery entered the market. Draw inspiration from the era’s sounds for your mixes.

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