Reverse reverb is a great effect technique for adding tension to buildups, or just getting creative with virtual space. Normally a multi-step process involving manually adding reverb to a sound and then rendering it, a new Max for Live device from Point Blank instructor Daniel Herbert simplifies this process. Specify ...
If you listen to dance music, then you're probably familiar with the sound of a melodic part pumping in time with a kick. This is often achieved with sidechain compression, where the kick triggers the compressor on the melodic part.
Using Max for Live, Point Blank instructor Daniel Herbert has made this process a bit easier, with a free "Auto Sidechain" device. See how it works in the video below:
You can download the device from Point Blank in exchange for Liking their Facebook Page.