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    How you mix wet and dry sample libraries?

    How you mix wet and dry sample libraries? any tips. becouse for example so many orchestral sample are dry but in miroslav samples are not dry and there is still many usefull sounds. at least when i have tight budjet.

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    Re: How you mix wet and dry sample libraries?

    I don't find that it's very difficult at all- though it might be because my ears are forgiving. What you can do is add a little bit of reverb on all the dry samples (you can route dry samples to a specific BUS for that), and then add an additional layer of reverb on top of everything to blend it all together. You might be surprised at how well libraries will blend together.

    I used to be a reverb snob, Altiverb was everything... But when computers went 64-bit I was forced to change it up. I've found that with the right settings, even cheap reverb plugins can be tweaked to sound just fine.

    Hope this helps!

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    Re: How you mix wet and dry sample libraries?

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexDavis View Post
    <snip> add an additional layer of reverb on top of everything to blend it all together.
    That's all I do and it seems to work fine for me.

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