Want to add a sense of space to your tracks? A reverb effects processor is a great solution. You'll be able to place your audio into any type of sonic space you wish, from large halls and stadiums to intimate rooms and chambers. You can emulate vintage spring and plate reverb units, and even explore real-world spaces re-created with convolution reverb.
Any decent reverb processor will offer lots of different types of reverb effect to explore — but you'll want to make sure it has the connectivity you need in your studio. How many channels of audio do you want to be able to process simultaneously? Do you want to be able to control reverb parameters via MIDI? Do you prefer digital inputs and outputs to analog I/O? It's practical to look at these considerations first.
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