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Dan Emmanuel Venturarecording with audition and adding reverb
by on Jul 30, 2008 at 2:43:56 pm

Hi, I'm new to audition and also new to recording...

I want to record my keyboard sound (e. piano) and would like to add some studio reverb to it. Which studio reverb is the best or suited for e. piano or grand piano?

I also record keyboard drums, and which studio reverb should I apply to it? thanks



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Emmett AndrewsRe: recording with audition and adding reverb
by on Jul 31, 2008 at 5:24:20 am

There's only one 'studio reverb' which is a low-latency reverb, ideal for multitrack and real-time. Then there's 'reverb' and 'full reverb'. Full reverb is very processor intensive, but has the most complete set of options for control. Reverb is a typical 'verb'. Which one you use is up to you, but full reverb is capable of the best sound, if you feel like taking the time to set the options.

Emmett



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