Once you’ve made a video for your band, it’s time to unleash them for the world to see. But the fame is not a easy thing, and just uploading on Youtube won’t make you a rockstar. Turns out there are millions of people doing the same thing everyday. So how can you improve your videos release and skyrocket your reach? Let’s see some tips.

Today, we’ll be learning how to use a guitar and a DAW to humanize the timing of a virtual MIDI bass instrument! No, I’m not talking about pitch shifting your guitar or anything like that. I’m talking about something new. I’m going to teach you a secret technique I’ve discovered that will have your MIDI bass sounding more realistic, while also taking you less time to program.

Here I’m going to show you how I built this vocal reflection box for about 40 dollars (US). It can be made cheaper, and really 40 dollars should be the maximum anyone spends on this. You could probably achieve 90% the same results for as little as 10 dollars, depending on what materials you already have lying around. This can dramatically improve your sound, if you’re in an untreated room like I am. It’s easy to make, and the design and cost options are quite flexible.