Effect of a Ghost Echo in Music

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A ghost echo in music requires you to have a few specific plug-ins. Learn about the effect of a ghost echo in music with help from a producer and musical director in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, my name is Cliff Wallach Greenberg, I'm a music producer here at Rok On Studio and today we're going to talk about what the Ghost Echo is and how you add it into music. We're going to be opening up a, an echo,a reverb plug-in on our software, lets go to the computer and I'll show you how to do it. So now we're in a program called Pro Tools, that is our software that we're using and we're going to be talking about adding our ghost echo into music. A Ghost Echo is a reverb, it's designed to emulate a vintage reverb unit and it's capable of providing a little bit of atmosphere to add along into the vast depths of the music. So we're going to go to our inserts on our acoustic guitar track and we're going to go to plug-in, we're going to go to reverb. I'm going to use the RVerb today and we're going to pick our plate 2, no lets do our chamber reverb. Chamber reverb is going to give a nice ambient sound to what we have, let me hit play and I'll show you what I mean. As you can see as I make the acoustic guitar more a wet sounding, it's giving a very large and beautiful ambient sound. As I pull the reverb down, you're going to here it's going to get more dry, more flat sounding, one more time a lot of reverb. This has been Cliff Wallach Greenberg and that's how you add Ghost Echo into music and tracks. Thank you very much for watching.


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