One part of the the production process that often gets overlooked is smaller details or ear candy in a piece of music. This ear candy gives a track that professional touch and makes the music sound more expensive.
One of the most important types of details that you can add to your track are reverse vocal effects.
Since the vocal is at the front and center of the mix, these small little reverse vocal effects highlight the importance of this main element and add interest.
In this screencast, I'll show you how to create a reverse vocal effect to add professional detail to a track, so let's get into the DAW.
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