Recording Music with Digital Performer : How to use Reverb Plugins in Digital Performer

Recording Music with Digital Performer : How to use Reverb Plugins in Digital Performer

September 12, 2019 1 By Bernardo Ryan


Hi, my name is Jeff Pence with UBU media on
behalf of Expert Village. In this clip we’ll discuss the reverbs in “Digital Performer”
and other configurations, which will be edit track, auxillary track to house the reverb.
Output being analog one and two. Input we will call Bus one, and then we’ll name it
“reverb”. It could be for vocals, guitar, or whatever you want. Then on the mixing board
we’ll see it shows up right here. We need to put a reverb into the plugin. We’ll go
to Everb mono to stero, on this we’ll make it 100% since it’s on a cent. Then you need
to go to the channel you want to send the reverb like “Vocals” 1a is what we’ll use
right here. Change this send to Bus 1, and we have some reverb and presets. Auditorium,
etc. Just click around and experiment with the different settings. Another way to add
reverb to a channel instead of sending it with the auxillary send you can also just
put it in an insert. To do that we’ll start the drum loop and at the inserts click everb.
Go to preset then change your reverb time here, your color diffusion, high-cut, high-damper.
All kinds of configurable options here.