Tip: Go Dry To Get In Your Face

Combining a Reverb and a Delay in parallel paths can provide a very lush reverb/delay sound found in many recordings, but don’t overlook the value of dry patches. There are quite a number of artists that use this to great effect to get a very stark “in your face” crunchy sound when combined with aggressive palm muting.

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