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Old 05-11-2016, 11:43 PM   #1
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Reverb Settings

Hey guys,

Is there anywhere I can get my hands on a reverb settings list? eg reverb times, room sizes, diffusion and density ect settings for individual objects or instruments in order to re-created life like reverb sounds of these in my plugins?

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Re: Reverb Settings

Sounds like it would be easier to do with an impulse response in a convolution reverb, not an algorithmic reverb. That said, I'd go find the forum for your reverb of choice and look there for settings if that's the way you want to do it.
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Re: Reverb Settings

the problem with this would be that every reverb unit would sound different with the same settings.
i think white noise nailed it, the best way to get certain rooms would be to use impulse responses.

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