reverb

A multiband EQ applied to reverb.

Learning the ins and outs of reverb can help you access a more creative approach to your mixes.

Hello, and welcome to another Dojo. This month I want to give you some creative ideas for using the oldest natural effect we have—reverb.

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Parallel signal routing and three reverb voices make the AcoustiVerb a versatile stage and studio asset that’s capable of sweet, tasteful tones and much wider spaces.

Parallel signal routing creates pretty and tasteful composites of organic and wet signals. Different voices offer different dynamic profiles.

Excitability in high harmonics makes some more expansive settings difficult to use.

$119.95

Fishman AFX AcoustiVerb
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The relationship between acoustic guitar and reverb is a funny thing. If you were in a studio, you probably wouldn’t think twice about adding at least a touch of the stuff to your signal. And if you’re slotting a guitar in an ensemble mix, you might heap it on pretty generously. But onstage—and especially in the context of a solo performance—reverb can be cloying and artificial. The beauty of Fishman’s AFX AcoustiVerb pedal, apart from its small size and accessible $119 price, is how readily you can move between nearly subliminal ambience, tasty but restrained coloration, and wide-open spaces.

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A stereo, high-fidelity ambient reverb designed to allows musicians to tailor three original spaces—Theatre, Temple, and Cosmos—as well as the ability to oscillate between two different reverb sounds in real time.

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