Create movement with dub effects (in any DAW)

Let’s talk about a timeless classic technique: dub effects. There are three core parts to pulling this off: – a delay unit with a volume control before it (e.g. a return channel) – a delay unit with feedback above 100% (with a limiter to be sure) – use your hands to control the feedback (with a MIDI controller) Once you’ve got this set up you can try different speeds, chaining more strange effects, and creating unique layers. I also recommend bouncing these effect layers to audio to use the best takes. I’ll show this in Ableton Live, but this applies in all DAWs!