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Used on Flo Rida and T-Pain's vocals for "Low", as stated by mixer Fabian Marasciullo in this Sound on Sound interview.
"For space around the vocals I used the Digidesign Revibe, and the Echo Farm delay and Waves S1 Imager on the Aux tracks called '1/4', '1/8', 'Tape1/4' and 'Tape 1/8'. Oh, and there was a Metaflanger spread on the 'Spread' aux track, affecting the hook. The '1/4' denotes quarter–note delay and '1/8' eighth–note delay, using the Echo Farm. I use that a lot. It's cool because it simulates tape delay and it gives this kind of old Beatle–esque delay. Basically, '1/4' and '1/8' are the clean–sounding delays, and 'Tape 1/4' and 'Tape 1/8' are dirty–sounding delays. I put the S1 Stereo Imager straight after the Echo Farm, to get the delay just a little bit out of phase, so you're feeling it more than hearing it. I do this pretty much on every record that I do.
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