Lately, I've been experimenting with its' use on my analog synths and I'm really pleased with the results.
Does anybody have any tips for its' use in House Music? Or should I say don't do's? I understand that if it sounds good, then it's good but there has got to be some guidelines.
Spring reverb sounds really nice on electric guitar if you use it sparingly. Never tried it on my synth though, will definately have to give it a go.
It seems to do wonders on the Evolver sound. I happened to pick it by mistake while running through Evolver presets and liked what I was hearing. [img]smile.gif[/img]
One of those GOOD mistakes.
Don't worry about rules, use it if it inspires. Reverb was huge in the early-mid 80s NY club music and helped the music sound great, before being forgotten. Like a lot of other musical nuances that real musicians know how to use, it's been largely ignored over the last 15-20 years.
Using reverb & other F/X at the right times can be the difference between ok and great, was often heard in the 60s-80s before music started to become more of a product and less of an art form.
Suggestions: experiment with a lot of different settings, see which inspire you. Often but not always, less is more.
[ May 09, 2006, 11:17 PM: Message edited by: Free Russell ]