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Reverb & Effects Processors

Digital Reverbs & Effects
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Reverb is one of the most commonly used and essential parts of modern day audio production. Whether your output is music, film or TV, reverb is a powerful tool for making audio sound like it 'belongs' in the mix. It can be a snare drum that just won't sit right with the rest of the drum track, some vocal top lines that sound too forward in a mix, or an ADR vocal track for an external scene in a film that sounds like it was recorded in a studio live room, reverb can remedy them all. It can inject life into dead drums, beauty into vocal takes and a sense of reality and belonging into dubbed film audio.

There are countless forms of reverb, from analogue to digital, plate to chamber, and hardware to software. Different reverbs are better suited to different tasks. Mastering reverb units tend to be very high resolution, use very clean A/D and D/A converters and have additional functionality like jitter rejection and dynamic processsing. Spring, plate or digital reverb modules are more likely to be used mid-product so have less need for such advanced technologies and can afford to sound 'dirtier'. Instead they boast the usual round of controls like gain, mix, reverb time, tone, LFO, envelope controls, etc.

It is important to get the right reverb for your intended application; a mastering reverb unit might not give you the grit you're looking for but a plate reverb might not be clean enough to run your master channel through. Please get in contact if you need further advice about the right reverb unit for you.

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