Output Support


Reverb simulates the sound of physically closed environments (rooms, halls, chambers, etc.).


Reverb Controls:

  • Pre Delay: Sets the delay time (in ms) between the input signal and the start of the reverb.
  • Size: Sets the perceived size of the reverberant space.
  • Decay: Sets the time or length of the reverb tail.
  • Damp: Low Pass filter that dampens the higher frequencies of the reverb.
  • Band Width: Space between initial reverb reflections. Low = less space, and high = more space.
  • Early/Late Reflections: Sets the blend of Early/Late Reflections. Early Reflections are direct echoes of the signal, while Late Reflections are diffused and sound more “roomy.”
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