Michael White is a mix engineer and has worked for artists such as Whitney Houston, Talking Heads and The Rolling Stones, he is also the founder of the MPG Music Production School, in this free reverb pro tips article Michael gives tips for setting up reverb for any sound.
Exponential Audio user Tom Player is a British composer whose work can be seen on screens all over the world. Frequently composing for adverts, film trailers and for fun. In this article he shares some tips for using reverbs in scoring.
Mike Prestwood Smith is a sound engineer and has worked on over 100 films including The Hunger Games, Iron Man 3 and Casino Royale. Smith and his fellow sound engineers are nominated for an Academy Award for Best Sound for the 2013 film Captain Phillips.
Here he shares 5 Pro Tips On Using reverbs In movie sound.
Emiliano Caballero, music studio supervisor from Galaxy Studios offers 5 Pro tips towards a smooth session.
Mix master Andy Bradfield shares some of his mix secrets with the Exponential Audio user community.
He's worked with everyone from U2, Paloma Faith, New Order and even on the London 2012 Olympics with Underworld, you've heard his vocals on some of the biggest chart hits in the last few decades, now Simon Gogerly shares some of his pro tips on using reverb and delay on lead vocals.
Greg Wurth is a Grammy Nominated, Gold & Platinum award winning producer, working as Manager and Chief Engineer at L.A.’s Mothership Studio and Patigonia Studio. His credits range from Steve Vai and Tony MacAlpine to Tracii Guns to Jim Florentine & Don Jamieson, 2Cellos and Mary J Blige. He has been Steve Vai’s Engineer for 10 years. A lot of his time is spent in the “Harmony Hut” studio in Encino, CA where they currently do all of Vai’s projects. Here he shares 5 tips for using reverb and delays on guitars.
Chris Heil has a mixing career spanning several decades working with acts as diverse as David Bowie, Bryan Adams, Tin Machine and The Scorpions. Here he shares 5 tips for using reverb and delays when mixing rock.