5 Tips For Using Delay
Delay is more than just what you think it is.
Check out these 5 tips for using delay to help enhance your next project. The best thing about this video is that you’ll see some of the settings I like to use, and you’ll be able to try them out for yourself.
Here’s what we cover in the 5 tips for using delay video
- How to make a make a mono sound wider using Waves Stereo 2-Tap delay.
- Create a robotic/feedback effect with Waves H-Delay.
- Sync delay to BPM and create cool rhythmic effects, experimenting with delay times using Waves H-Delay.
- Building a reverse delay effect synced to BPM using Waves H-Delay.
- Stacking Waves H-Delay with Air’s Lo-Fi to create a more complex effect (you could experiment with other plugins too).
These 5 tips for using delay are just the starting point to what’s possible. I use all of them in my own personal production template day-to-day. Especially Tip 5, I’m always combining delay with other things to create unique and bespoke effects for all my work.
See what you can come up, it’s about experimenting and finding your own way to approach your work. Get Busy!
Unfortunately, the video recorded in mono, so you won’t hear any ping pong or widening effects, but you can easily replicate my settings to hear it for yourself in your own DAW.