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Room reverb for an amp room sound

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Anyone here adds a room reverb effect after the chain to give an amp room sound/effect when recording? I watched a video long time ago where it explains the settings 

but i cant find it. anyone wanna share?

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You'll have much more success if you learn about it on your own.  Just go to each setting and adjust them one at a time all the way up and then all the way down so you can hear and learn what each parameter does.  Do that on each one a few times so you understand what's happening.  Once you have that sorted out in your mind, adjust to your own taste.

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Experiment! There are no magic settings that work in all circumstances.

 

Use the LOOPER as the first block and record a short guitar bit, Then fiddle around with the reverb parameters - especially with PREDELAY which can change how the guitar sounds due to phase interaction in the 0-40ms range.

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Mix a little "Tile Verb" in there also - either before, or in parallel to the "Room Verb". A little goes a long way.

 

 

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There are no magic, one-size-fits-all reverb parameters. Even if you're trying to recreate a sound ultra-specific to a certain tune, achieving it will depend largely on what you're listening through...headphones,  studio monitors, etc etc. With the latter, if you're in a particularly "live" room with lots of natural reflections, you'll need far less reverb than if you're listening in a dead, carpeted room with a big fluffy couch, or monitoring with headphones.

 

Just start fiddling with the parameters of whatever reverb you've chosen, and get used to what each setting does. "Knobulate" to taste...

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I find that almost any non-exotic reverb (i.e. not octo, particle, etc) does wonders for this, providing you keep the mix low - somewhere between 3% and 10% according to taste.

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