PSP Reverbs
PSP Reverbs Tutorial

PSP Reverbs & Delays Explained®

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Chapter 1 : PianoVerb

  • PianoVerb 8:52

    PianoVerb

    In this video you’ll be introduced to the two versions of the Pianoverb plug-in. You’ll be shown around the UI for the free Pianoverb 1 whilst comparing its reverberation with other reverbs natively built into a piano VSTi.

  • PianoVerb2 - First Look 4:49

    PianoVerb2 - First Look

    Watch as Mark explores the improvements that Pianoverb 2 offers over the original free version by looking UI.

  • PianoVerb2 - Parameters 9:46

    PianoVerb2 - Parameters

    Mark shows the varied parameters incorporated into the plug-in that are fully adjustable to create a rich reverberant sound.

  • PianoVerb2 - Further Functions 6:34

    PianoVerb2 - Further Functions

    Mark takes a look at the DAMP and TRIM dial here to discover ways of reducing the high frequency content of the created reverb. Additionally, learn how the FREEZE function works to take an audio snapshot of the signal for creative effect.

Chapter 2 : EasyVerb

  • EasyVerb - Introduction 7:41

    EasyVerb - Introduction

    Discover the seemingly ‘light’ UI of EasyVerb and explore how its parameters do allow for great reverberation patches.

  • EasyVerb in Action 7:40

    EasyVerb in Action

    Mark test the varied algorithms on offer in combination with the TIME dial, and other parameters, to hear what works well with your material.

Chapter 3 : SpringBox

  • SpringBox UI 4:07

    SpringBox UI

    Explore this lush sounding spring reverb emulation plug-in whilst identifying how it is split into two main areas that allow A/B set up situations.

  • SpringBox in Action 6:55

    SpringBox in Action

    Watch and listen to SpringBox in use to see and hear how adjusting and switching between its parameters produce long, shimmering spring type reverberation.

Chapter 4 : Echo

  • Echo - Introduction 10:51

    Echo - Introduction

    Here you’ll be introduced to the multitude of parameters that constitute the Echo UI and how they interact to add great delayed audio to your signal.

  • Echo in Action 7:18

    Echo in Action

    By putting the information to use seen in the previous tutorial, Mark shows how the Feedback dials work to direct echoes to different stereo field positions.

Chapter 5 : PSP42

  • PSP42 - First Look 4:03

    PSP42 - First Look

    Take a first look at the UI for the PSP42 and how the various parameters link together to create its effect.

  • PSP42 - Modes 7:26

    PSP42 - Modes

    Mark gives an overview of the various modes offered in conjunction with the built in phrase sample function to create interesting effects.

Chapter 6 : PSP85

  • PSP85 - Introduction 9:29

    PSP85 - Introduction

    Take a look at the many parameters available to help create inventive delay patterns utilizing sample rate modification. Watch a set-up example inserted on a vocal track.

  • PSP85 - Analyzing Presets 6:11

    PSP85 - Analyzing Presets

    Mark auditions presets to gauge what works effectively on a vocal track. Watch as Mark also gives an explanation of the preset chosen while hearing an explanation of parameter adjustments.

Chapter 7 : 608 MultiDelay

  • 608 MultiDelay - First Look 10:17

    608 MultiDelay - First Look

    Take a first look at this multi-delay plug-in UI and hear instruction about the some of the varied parameters and how they relate to each other.

  • 608 MultiDelay - Further Parameters 9:50

    608 MultiDelay - Further Parameters

    Mark further explore other parameters available to create complex multi-delay patterns. In particular, you’ll get information about filter frequency modification.

  • 608 MultiDelay - Analyzing Feedback 10:32

    608 MultiDelay - Analyzing Feedback

    Now, Mark looks at the independent feedback sections along with the master feedback section.

  • Listening to the Mix 2:05

    Listening to the Mix

    Mark takes a listen and explains a mix with 4 delay taps inserted on a vocal track.

Product Overview


PSP Audioware makes some of the finest Reverb and Delay plug-ins around. PSP guru Mark Struthers takes an in-depth look at all of the PSP Audioware Reverb and Delay plug-ins, uncovering all the features and functions, as well as how to apply them on different material.

Mark starts off with PianoVerb and PianoVerb2, showing you all of their dials and buttons, and how to make them sound great. Next, EasyVerb is looked at, and Mike goes deep, exploring all the different algorithms and parameters. SpringBox is then revealed and Mark demonstrates how to tweak this amazing sounding spring reverb effect to its fullest.

Mark now focuses on Echo and shows you all of its controls and strengths for adding great delay sounds to your audio. The PSP42 and PSP85 are now up, and Mark leaves nothing uncovered on these fabulous delay effects. You learn all they can do and hear them in action as well.

Mark then finishes the series up with the powerful PSP MultiDelay plug-in. Mark goes over its user interface and parameters step by step, and then shows examples of the MultiDelay in action on a vocal track in a mix. If you use any of the PSP reverbs and delays, you owe it to yourself to know all that they can do to get the most out of them, both sonically and creatively... Watch "PSP Reverbs & Delays Explained" today.


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