Types of reverb
There are several types of reverb. This section lists some of the typical types.
As the name suggests, this type of reverb simulates a large room, with a longer reverb time. This is the most noticeable reverb effect.
This type of reverb simulates a room that is smaller than a hall. Room
This type of reverb simulates a smaller room, with a shorter reverb time.
Originally a common type of reverb in recording studios, this simulates reverberation using a vibrating metal plate. Plate reverb adds warmth to the sound, and is often used effectively with vocals.
Hints for using rever
Although reverb can add to the presence of a sound, it can make the sound muddy if used too much. Try adding reverb a little at a time, making sure that you can hear the original sound clearly.