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Old 01-18-2018, 02:33 PM
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Default Re: Recording an Effect - 100% Wet

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It sounds like me trying to create my own reverb w/o help from preaets
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Haha. Presets.
So create your own presets from scratch. There's no shame though in starting with a factory presets and going from there; I've done that quite often with all kinds of plugins and a lot of the time I end up with something that sounds nothing like the original. Unless you do sound design for a living starting from scratch can be, shall we say - interesting
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