Comfi wrote:Tbh I suck at reverb. Click through the presets until i hear something I like and then just tweak the wet/dry, maybe lp and hp.
I used to be like this.
Then about a year ago I started buying issues of magazines like Sound on Sound
if they had a big article on Verbs, & actually studied the articles… Got better, then 6 months ago I just buckled down, opened the manual to a verb I’d just bought (2cAudio Breeze) worked though it with my DAW, trying various things specifically to understand how *it* worked, which led to an overal better understanding of verbs in general.
There are no shortcuts. Reverb is deep, and will take time. You never stop learning. But open your manual, and dig in during downtime & experiment. Don’t just wait till you need Verb on something and flip through presets for your entire career/hobby.
Here’s my notes on Pre-Delay: