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Reverb Inputs Stereo, mono, or cross.
Old 22nd May 2012
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Reverb Inputs Stereo, mono, or cross.

I don't really understand why some reverbs have different Input settings.

While Using logic and processing some very already wide sounding HighHats. I noticed when I feed it to my Space Designer drum room send that I got some strange FX. This seemed to be dramatically less when I selected mono input for the reverb instead of stereo.

My question is why is there 3 different input types selectable, Logic lists them as: Processing on both channels (Stereo), Processed in Mono, and Inverted (Cross Stereo). And Why did my HH sound so strange with stereo reverb?
Old 22nd May 2012
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Experiment with the different modes and figure out what they sound like. What's weird in one situation might be really cool in another.
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