Generate Slowed + Reverb remixes for free

Slowed + Reverb tracks / Sped-Up remixes have become a huge trend across the music industry. Many artists are now releasing slowed + reverb remixes of their tracks alongside the original. Creating these remixes has never been easier with Soundplate’s free tool which you can find below:

For more information and tips on how to use this tool check out the FAQ at the bottom of this page. 

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More Information & FAQ

What is Slowed + Reverb Music / Sped-Up / Nightcore / Daycore?

Slowed + Reverb is a style of remix that has gained a huge amount of popularity online over the past few years. After initially gaining traction on TikTok and YouTube the Slowed + Reverb sound has exploded across all platforms.


Slowing music and adding reverb effects gives the music a different emotion. Often described as Daycore (the opposite of nightcore when music is sped-up), this sound has become bigger than anyone had previously predicted. 


The genre started with fans creating and uploading their own versions of famous songs in this style but increasingly artists are now uploading their own daycore/nightcore/slowed+Reverbed versions of their own songs.


How do I use the Slow + Reverb Tool?

It really couldn’t be any easier! Upload a song (WAV files work best), play with the settings and click ‘generate’ and our system will get to work. 


Here are a few tips about the settings:


  • The “Keep pitch” option maintains the original key of the song while adjusting only the tempo, keep in mind bigger adjustments in tempo can make the music sound a little strange so you may want to use this feature sparingly.


  • Our reverb is using a complex algorithm. It simulates the characteristics of a specific space, like a room or a hall, by analyzing the way sound behaves in that space. You can select the type of reverb you want on the track.


  • The Q parameter in the bass boost controls the width of the frequency range that gets boosted. A narrow boost focuses on a smaller frequency range, roughly around 50 Hz, while a wide boost covers a broader range, around 100 Hz.


  • Boosting the bass by a “subtle” amount increases the low-end volume by 1 dB, while the most extreme boost does so by 12 dB. It’s advised to activate the limiter when using the bass-boost. If you upload a non-mastered track peaking below 0 dB, you can omit the limiter. However, be cautious not to exceed your headroom with the boost, as it may cause output peaking and distortion. In such cases, using an external mastering tool can yield even more professional results.


  • The limiter automatically adjusts the input volume to ensure it doesn’t exceed 0 dB. Its purpose is to prevent clipping when boosting the bass or applying reverb. If the new track generated doesn’t make the track too loud, the limiter won’t activate at all.


  • The attack time of a limiter determines how quickly it responds to peaks in the audio signal, while the release time controls how quickly it returns to normal after reducing the volume. A shorter attack time reacts faster to peaks, while a shorter release time allows the limiter to recover quicker, affecting the dynamic range and overall sound of the audio.


How many Slow + Reverb tracks can I make each day?


For now, while we develop this tool, you are restricted to creating 5 exports in any 24 hour period. 

During busy periods of heavy usage, you may have to wait a few minutes before you are able to export a track, this helps ensure the app remains online and available to as many people as possible. We hope to increase this capacity over time.


Can I commercially release slowed + revered remixes? 

If you own the original version of the track you are remixing (it’s your own production, does not include any copyrighted material and is not signed to any other record label or third-party) you are free to release these types of remixes. 

If you are remixing someone else’s work you cannot release this music as you do not have the rights. In order to release a version of someone else’s song, you will need to get permission from the original artist and/or record label. 

Always ensure you have the necessary permissions before releasing any music.


How can I promote my music online?

We have several other tools that can help with your music promotion including: