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Chapter 8. Effects > Exploring Reverb Types

Exploring Reverb Types

There are many different types of reverb, and although each has a basic characteristic effect on sound, the final result depends a lot on the dry signal. Perhaps the easiest way to learn what to expect is to try out the different types on a fairly simple instrument, such as the SubTractor we'll use for these exercises.

Each type of reverb uses its own sound model and set of parameter knobs. As we move through the reverb types, we'll skip those parameters that we've already covered unless it makes sense to adjust them sequentially with other controls.


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