Wednesday, July 25, 2012
1. Select a track you want to try the effect on... guitar leads and vocals are particularly well-suited for these types of effects.
2. Make a copy of the audio you want the effect on and move it to a new track. Use your DAW's audio editing features to reverse the audio of the second track.
3. Apply a medium-long reverb to the reversed track and bounce it, making sure to set the end point of your bounce so it doesn't cut off the reverb tail.
4. Import your bounce and replace your reversed audio track with it. Use your DAW's audio editing features to reverse the track yet again.
5. Now you can tweak the levels between the dry track and the reverse reverb track to set the desired wetness. Don't be afraid to experiment with adding additional processing to each of these tracks, either. You might create the next trendy variation of this effect.