Delay: Better Than Reverb For Mixing Vocals?

When mixing vocals, reverb is an extremely popular method for creating atmosphere, depth, and intrigue.

Reverb can make your vocals sound great, but it can also make them sound bad if you’re not careful.

Sometimes, this happens because of the way the reverb was implemented, but in other cases, it’s because reverb simply isn’t the right tool for the job.

In many cases, it’s best to throw your reverb plugins to the side and use delay!

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Reverb and delay are just a part of mixing professional-quality vocals.

What about the rest of the mix?

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