KSHMR Reverb (MAC)
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Create space with built-in sidechain ducking
Two forms of ducking — “Fade-In” and “Full” — create space for your instrument in a way that sounds natural.
Just tell KSHMR Reverb how much reduction you want and the threshold at which to activate
Avoid harsh crashes with Soft Transient
Use Soft Transient to eliminate harsh attacks from the reverb signal, improving tonality.
Remove clashing notes with Tonal Reset
Overcome chord bleeding using Tonal Reset, which restarts the reverb every time a new transient is detected.
Create swells that glue your melody together with Reverse
Reverse Mode ramps up the volume of the reverb tail until a new transient is detected.
Add harmonic layers with Octave
Add and dial in additional harmonic Octaves to thicken the timbre and create complexity.
Tighten those tails with Gate
The Gate control silences your reverb completely when it falls below the level of the Gate Threshold, taming pesky tails that muddy your mix.
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