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Mastering Pro Tools® Effects: Getting the Most Out of Pro Tools’ Effects Processors by Jeremy Krug

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Whats in the Box?

Digital reverb processors can be designed to simulate many types of acoustic and analog reverberation, but those reverb types can’t always be lumped together into a single program. An algorithm (sequence of math functions) designed to simulate a particular type of sound will require some specialized controls. Pro Tools software includes several reverb plug-ins, each designed to deliver a different sound, character, or special effect.

As with other processor types, reverb plug-ins share many similar controls. Pre Delay, Decay Time, and Wet/Dry Mix are in every reverb plug-in. If the description isn’t clear to you when you’re reading about one plug-in, flip back a few pages and check out another one. The controls may be identical, ...

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