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What is this audio effect called?

 
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Jul 06, 2013 23:21 |  #1

What is this audio effect called? I LOVE IT! Certainly it's not just an "echo'' effect, or is it? The audio is almost like they too the feed from the awards ceremony. How could I achieve this effect?

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=lp9Lomy3Iu0 (external link)




  
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Jul 06, 2013 23:22 |  #2

http://www.youtube.com​/watch?v=tCx34Yuvd_s (external link)
The intro video for this is also another example of the effect. Are they just taking audio from the auditorium?




  
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Jul 07, 2013 11:59 as a reply to  @ redrox4's post |  #3

It sounds like a typical echo effect, perhaps one called 'stadium' or something like that. Most audio processing apps have this kind of echo.


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Jul 07, 2013 14:19 |  #4

The Alesis Nano-Verb will do that. It has a selection of Rooms, Halls, and other types of Echo's. You should be able to get one at a Large Music Store or Audiophile Retailer. Google is also your friend.


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Jul 08, 2013 05:08 |  #5

Ambience is typically two main components Echo and Reverb (both of which are almost infinitely variable) but there are other aspects such as tonal changes which also have impact.

An audio stack to create such an effect (be it analogue or digital) will have several layers to adapt each aspect of the sound. Even then it can be more or less successful which is why top end sound guys often go for real space in a real world rather than trying to reproduce it artificially.

That was really just a precursor to saying - you can't listen to an ambience effect and say "Oh that's....." Many audio packages and VST plugins will give Echo, Reverb and other virtual space set ups. All you can do is try each one until you find something you like. They will often have pre-sets which give a fair indication of what they are trying to mimic - Canyon, Warehouse, Stadium, Small Room etc. but one systems "Canyon" may be more to your liking than another's "Canyon"

If your video editor has the ability to use audio VST's you have any number of different sources and options. Alternatively get an audio package which can. "Reaper" is very powerful at a good price (IIRC it was free when I got it years ago).


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Jul 11, 2013 13:41 |  #6

Sounds like a little echo as well as a little Flange, sometimes called phasing.


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