January 23, 2011

Ducking Delay

Thanks everyone for the feedback on the last post! You’ve given me some good ideas and a renewed enthusiasm for making some new tutorials. Please keep the suggestions coming!

In this tutorial, I demonstrate how to make a ducking delay, which is a delay that becomes louder in the empty spaces between phrases. The technique is simple but very useful. It is also easily applied to reverb.

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5 Comments on “Ducking Delay”

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  2. Great tip Matt! Thanks man!

  3. So nice to have you back! Great tutorial, Thanks!

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  5. Very clear, great video. Thranks !

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