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Reverb On Return Track

Hey guys :)

I just got a quick question about using Reverb on Send/Return track. Ive been doing it myself for a while now and what I know about it is that the wet knob need to be at 100%. Anyway, what got me thinking today is that, If a Reverb have 2 different Knobs for Wet and Dry (like mine does).

Does it matter what setting the Dry is at aswell?

Ive always had the Dry turned off but noticed that it does change the sound abit if I also turn that to 0 (or 100%)

What is the rule about this if the Dry and wet knobs are 2 different compraed to being the same?

Assuming what goes if the knob would be the same would mean that if the knob is turned to 100% Wet, that should mean that Dry is turned off?

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Yeah you're right, keep your send effects 100% wet. As they're running parallel with the dry channel there's no need to have the dry signal coming through the return tracks as well. The dry is only useful when the effect is being used as an insert.

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