Exponential Audio, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Youtube Video

Generated 1 week ago

  • Jack Ruston on Exponential Audio R4 Reverb

    Jack Ruston is a engineer, producer and mixer. Jack’s clients include Judas Priest, Reuben, Walking On Cars, McBusted, James Morrison, Loa Loa, Foxes and Birdy. He also writes and produces original music as part of Man Kill Machine. Here he shares his thoughts on the new Exponential Audio R4 reverb. R4 offers all the class of historic hardware reverb units but with many new features only possibl...

Exponential Audio, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Youtube Video

Generated 3 weeks ago

  • R4: Haydn 2

    Several R4 presets featured on a live String Quartet recording. This is the finale of op 76 #5. Recorded and mixed at 192K/24-bit. Downsampled for this example. Courtesy Fry Street Quartet

  • R4: Strummed Acoustic Guitar

    Strummed steel-string guitar, originally recorded in mono

  • R4: Haydn 1

    Several R4 presets featured on a live String Quartet recording. This is the slow movement of op 76 #5. Recorded and mixed at 192K/24-bit. Downsampled for this example. Many thanks to the Fry Street Quartet

  • R4: Clean Electric Guitar

    Undistorted electric, originally recorded in mono

  • R4: Ballad Piano

    Simple piano accompaniment, originally in mono

  • R4: Acoustic Guitar

    Gentle steel-string guitar, originally recorded in mono

  • R4: Chorused Electric Guitar

    Electric guitar with chorus on the original mono dry track. The chorus is not part of R4. This is an old-school treatment using tempo-delayed reverb

  • R4: Hammond

    What could be more vintage than a Hammond organ recorded in a small room? That room might be covered in blankets or have a mattress propped against the wall. Here are several examples of the Hammond in various rooms. Original track is mono.

  • R4: Synth

    A mono synth track with several reverb treatments.

  • R4: Mono Drum Groove

    Here's a nice groove recorded in mono. See how R4 opens it up

  • R4: Female Vocal

    Several treatments of a jazzy female vocal. Courtesy Jess Hammond

  • R4: Electric Piano

    A set of rich treatments for electric piano. Original track in mono.

  • R4: Bluesy Male Vocal

    Several presets on a nice husky voice. Song: “The Loner” Album: “The Loner" Artist: Gene The Werewolf Producer: Sean McDonald

  • R4: Mono Latin Percussion

    A nice Latin groove, in mono. R4 spreads out the image and adds pop.

  • R4: Stadium Vocals

    An unusual vocal that reminds the listener of a crowd of sports fans chanting. Song: “Too Kool For Skool” Album: “The Loner" Artist: Gene The Werewolf Producer: Sean McDonald

Exponential Audio, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Youtube Video

Generated 1 month ago

  • The Art of the Score - Part 1 - It’s Not Rock n’ Roll

    This video series commissioned by Exponential Audio meets with Tom Rußbüldt MD of Scoring Berlin about the art of recording for film and TV. In part 1 Tom talks about the skill of recording an orchestra for a movie score versus more conventional pop and rock recording. This video is part of a wider series which should be of interest for those wanting to know more about the art of recording for f...

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