What Is Reverb And How Does It Affect To The Sound?


What Is Reverb Effect

Reverb (reverberation) effect is one of the most common effects in audio production. It’s a way of artifically adding a sense of space to your sounds and can also be used to create some special effects. The following video will show you how reverb affects to the sound. The effect unit I’m using in this example is FL Studio’s Fruity Reeverb 2.


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Petri Suhonen is an electronic music hobbyist. He has been producing music with computers over a decade on such styles as trance, downtempo, ambient & experimental electronic using FL Studio.

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thanks petri…

if anyone wants to hear only the reverb, do as follow :
send your sound to a free mixer track.
then send that channel to 2 other channels, and cancel the send to master track.
on one channel do “reverse polarity” (looks like up and down arrows on the channel). – to cancel original sound.
on the second channel put the reverb, and set the dry to 0.


Hi and nice read! Please feel free to check out our guide to reverb (part 1 of 2) here: http://en.audiofanzine.com/getting-started/editorial/articles/reverb-parameters.html

Guri Panesar

Great tutorials!