Originally Posted by Beechwood
What do you think of some sort of weighted wet/dry slider? I tend to either have these sliders on 100% or I'm messing about between 5 and 10%. I don't think I've ever used between 50 and 100. Could the slider be weighted to the more useful end? Or is it just me?!
That's just you.
The wet/dry slider uses a sine/cosine panning law, so it will have equal perceived volume over the entire range, assuming that the filtering isn't too extreme on the wet signal.
The Early section always has an output gain of 0 dB, while the Late section has a gain of 0 dB over pretty much the entire decay range. I was testing this yesterday with pink noise, and fixed one of the reverb modes that was about -3dB down. The Depth slider uses the same sine/cosine panning law to ensure a consistent volume.
And you're going to want to turn ValhallaRoom WAY up. Tonight we're going to party like it's 1984!
Seriously, though, my goal with ValhallaRoom is to get some nice natural room sounds for drums. The 1980's gated sounds, and the big lush ambient sounds, are just simple extensions of the "natural" range.