Touring the interfaces for six reverb plugins


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Touring the interfaces for six reverb plugins

We've talked about the anatomy of reverb drawing a distinction between the early reflections and the reverb tail that follows. And we've worked through the essential parameters of Reverb Time, pre-delay, wet/dry mix, any frequency adjustments, plus the other less precise parameters like diffusion, density, and so on. Let's review some plug-ins and see if we can stay oriented. Have patience, the fantastic capability of plug-ins today means that some of them open to a screen with many confusing at first parameters.

We look for the essentials, then we look for the bells and whistles. Let's start with D-Verb, a stock ProTools plug-in. This is an easy-to-use plug-in that lets you tweak the essential parameters and move on. As we look around, we see nothing that addresses early reflections separate from the reverb. For this plug-in, as with many others, the early reflections are still part of the sound we just can't get at them directly. It's a little bit like using a s...

Touring the interfaces for six reverb plugins
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