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Reverb simulates singing in both small and large spaces, making your vocal breathe
with more dimension. The Live Harmony uses genuine Lexicon
reverbs are the industry standard for both studio and live reverb effects. The Reverb
effect can also be applied to your guitar signal, see "Guitar" on page 71 for
further information. Changes made to the Reverb effect need to be stored to a
preset for later recall.
This parameter selects the desired reverb type. The following table provides a
description of each option.
Reverb Type Option Description
Plate reverbs have high density early reections and a medium
to long decay. They work well for adding length and size to your
vocals. They “fuse” well with the processed source and are more
“two-dimensional” than the other reverb types, so they can
generally be brought up a little louder in the mix without making
your vocals sound distant. The Dark Plate reverb type provides a
plate reverb in which the higher frequencies have been attenuated
to create a darker sounding plate reverb.
The Bright Plate reverb type has the same attributes as the Dark
Plate reverb type, but without all the high frequency attenuation,
providing a brighter sounding plate reverb.
Room reverbs mimic a small space with high early reection
density and a fast decaying reverb tail. They work well for adding
reverb to vocals in faster tempo music.
Similar to the Room reverb type, but provides a slightly larger
(more "open" or less "constrained") sounding space.
Mimics a warm sounding studio recording room with slower
early reection density build-up than the Room reverb type and
a medium reverb tail decay. This option provides a slightly larger
sounding room than the Room reverb type.
The Bright Studio reverb type has the same attributes as the
Studio reverb type, but with a brighter tone.
A lush, organic reverb with low initial density and long reverb tails.
Works well for vocals in sparsely arranged sections of a song and
with slower tempos.
The Dark Hall reverb type has the same attributes as the Hall
reverb type, but with high frequency attenuation, providing a
darker sounding reverb.
The Stadium reverb type has low initial density and a very long
The Large Stadium reverb type has similar attributes to the
Stadium reverb type, but provides a longer time period before the
onset of reverb and longer reverb tail decay.