0% Interest for 36 Months! Learn more »
(800) 222-4700
  • Español: (800) 222-4701
February Giveaway


A term used to describe the specific character of sound that results from mixing the original sound with some effect such as reverb, delay, chorusing, etc. Recorded sounds with significant reverberation (especially when artificially added) or other “effects” applied are said to be wet, as opposed to dry, which denotes no additional effects added.

Share this Article