• Rick Stokes

    Nice. I’d be tempted to turn it up a bit or even drop the sung notes in a second time further into the chorus.

  • http://Onehomehit.com Nickford

    Sounds like Bono! Cool. Keep these little gems coming! I love it.

  • Terrance P. Winkler

    Great info!

  • Rob

    This is right up my alley! That held note you featured reminds me of Jonsie crossed with Slowdive or Robin Guthrie. I love stuff like that, and when you started talking about applying the long reverb to that note, I knew it would work before I heard it.

    Now, this is just me, but I’d have added another stage of delay AFTER the reverb, to come in several beats later (a few secs pre-delay), and again after that, and so on, to keep that going for a bit longer, audible, but still fading gradually on its own. }:)

    • http://www.homestudiocorner.com Joe Gilder

      Ooo….adding delay to the reverb….you’re a man after my heart. :)

  • Dave Davis Drums

    Great tip Joe! And this is a great song from Dueling Mixes… I’m a member of DM and I’m having a lot of fun mixing this tune this month. The tracks on this song were so well recorded that it’s just coming together really well. :)

    • http://www.homestudiocorner.com Joe Gilder

      Thanks man. Glad to have you as a member.

  • Trevor

    I’m a huge fan of making certain parts in songs absolutely swim in reverb, but this is something I’ve never seen before. Thanks for the video! Super awesome.

    • http://www.homestudiocorner.com Joe Gilder

      Me too!

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