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- A Reverb is the acoustic space that surrounds a sound(reverberation). The acoustic environment sound is influenced by other factors like, the length, width and height of a room.
- Another factor that influences the sound is the materials used to make the walls, floors or objects nearby. When you perceive a reverb, you hear closely spaced echoes and the sound created by the decay of the hall, influenced by the spatial design.
- A reverb is created in just about any natural environment, but can also be generated by a computer / DSP algorithm. These hardware devices or VST effect plugins are designed to create natural as well as supernatural environments.
Why you should use reverb effects?
To give more space to your songs. Due to the depth graduation, you can place individual instruments in different rooms to improve the acoustical locatability
how reverb works?
Parameters of reverb effects
- Reverb: Hall algorithm for generating general spatial effects ("reverberation", etc.)
- Type and Shape: Selection of the basic algorithm: simulated room size, ratio and arrangement of the room boundaries
- Predelay: determines the delay between the original signal and the reverb tail; The latter is divided into two main components
- Density: Density of the reverb - low density may sometimes sound unnatural or "clanking", but high density may be partly muddy
- Time: Affects simulated size as well as decay behavior of the room
- Early Reflections: First reflections (superimposition of single, few times reflected echoes
- Reverb: Reverb tail (diffuse superposition of many, already often reflected echoes)
- Wet / Dry Mix: Ratio of effect to original signal.
- Delay: Delay algorithm for generating "echo" effects
Reverb Mixing Tips:
Sense of Depth
When mixing, use 3 different reverb rooms (small, medium, large) and create a single send effect channel for each one. Now mix your instruments into the different reverb effect vst plugins.
- Bass and drums in the small reverb room
- Synthies in the middle reverb room
- Effects and vocals in the big reverb room
Mixing Tip 2: Pan a Instrument to the right, let's say 50%. Then create an effect-send channel and use the panning slider and set it to 50% to the left. Now place a delay and reverb vst plugin in the effect-send channel. Now you send your instrument, which is panned to 50% to the right, into the effect channel. Your instrument will be routed through the delay and reverb plugins and the sound will be much wider. Work with the Wet / Dry regulator to optimize the effects, because less effect is sometimes more.
reverb for vocals and Rap
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VST Plugin reverb - price guide 2018
This is my reverb comparison and price Guide. You can hear some reverb examples as well. Try these reverb effects for Ableton Live, Fl Studio, Cubase, Logic pro, Pro tools, Studio One etc.
Slate Verbsuite Classics
8 of the most classic digital reverbs from the past forty years can be accessed in one single reverb plugin. A Few of these reverbs have never been released in a plugin before. VerbSuite Classics reproduce the actual tone and modulation characteristics of a reverb using LiquidSonics' proprietary Fusion-IR processing knowledge. Unlike static impulse responses found in a typical convolution reverb, Fusion-IRs are able to clone the evolving character of modulated digital reverbs which makes it possible to create the lively and convincing acoustic spaces so accurate for hit records.
D16 Toraverb 2
Softube Spring Reverb
Softube TSAR-1 Reverb
112dB Redline Reverb
Hofa IQ Reverb
Audio Ease Altiverb
Free reverb vst
HERE IS A LIST OF FREE DOWNLOAD VST PLUGINS, CLICK ON THE LINKS TO LOAD THE FILES ON YOUR HARD DRIVE
- TAL REVERB 1 / 2/ 3/ 4 - Diffuse Vintage reverb Sounds
- Semantic Audio's Safe Reverb
- Dasample Glace Verb - algorithms for a natural sounding reverb, 64 presets included
- Smartelectronicx Ambience Reverb - A classic, quality and Ambience Reverb effect
- Voxengo Oldschool Verb - A non percussive, algorithmic Vintage reverb
- Variety of Sound's epicVerb - Epic sounds by small room and ambience effects, this VST comes with a included EQ
fl studio Reverb
In Fl Studio 20, three reverb effect plugins are included by default.
- Fruity Reverb
- Fruity Reverb 2
- Fruity Convolver (Sample Reverb)
You can also install more Vst plugins. On this page you will find an overview of other free reverb effects and higher quality plugins that you have to pay.
How to add reverb in FL Studio
- First go to the Channel Rack and select a Instrument
- When you are done you can open the Mixer
- Then you have to select a Mixer Channel, as example Insert 1
- If your Instrument is not already loaded, right click on "Insert 1" and click on "Routing" >> "Route Selected channel to this Track"
- After that your Instrument is loaded to the Mixer, now you can start to add the Reverb Effect
- On the right side of the mixer you will find the menu item "Slot 1". Make a left click, now the effect selection menu opens. At the end you can add any reverb effect to your choice
- Now you can choose any preset and use the Mix level control to adjust the intensity of the effect