Missing That All Important Room Mic Channel In Your Drum Mix? Recreate It Using Eventide’s Tverb

Those that record and mix multitrack drums regularly know that a single ambient microphone placed within a space where drums are recorded makes all the difference to the sound, character and energy of final drum mixes, especially when blended in with drum overheads and spot mic channels. Sometimes ambient mics (also known as room mics) are not always captured in the drum tracking for reasons such as:

Limited inputs on an audio interface: Many favour overheads and spot mics over room mics. If an audio interface has only 8 mic pres then all the available input channels could be quickly used up capturing more focused parts of the drum kit

Limited number of microphones available

The room in which the drums are being recorded in isn’t large enough to warrant a room mic: Why record ambience if the room has little to offer?

Luckily there is a way to recreate a convincing “ambient drum mic” track to compliment your drum mixes in your DAW using Eventide’s brilliant Tverb plug-in. In this free video tutorial we show you how to achieve this mix trick along with a technique which adds punch and energy to the virtual drum room channel using Eventide’s Omnipressor dynamics processor.
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