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Reverb Pro Audio Signal Processors & Effects

Reverb is a very common type of sound effect used in all kinds of music, especially popular music. The principle behind it is to vibrate the sound so it appears to ‘reverberate’ or reverb around the air. This can sometimes sound like a wobbling effect on the sound being listened to.

Reverb is commonly used in rock and pop ballads to add a different quality to the sound of the singer’s voice, as well as being used for many other types of effect that you can add to the music you’re either recording or playing live.

Pro audio signal processors and effects (FX) machines that specialise in the reverb effect are made by many different manufacturers, so there are many different brands and models to choose from.

Types of reverb signal processors and effects

Some examples of brands that supply reverb effect machines include:

  • Yamaha pro audio reverb – One of the most famous names in pro audio recording, Yamaha supply many different signal processors and effects machines that have a reverb function
  • Alesis pro audio reverb – The Alesis company was founded in 1980 and is well known around the world for their pro audio equipment
  • Lexicon pro audio reverb – Lexicon is a brand name of Harman Industries. This is a company that was founded in the 1950s and specialises in different types of engineering project, including pro audio equipment
  • Roland pro audio reverb – Another legendary name in the music world, Roland have supplied the sounds to many classic rock and pop sounds since the 1970s
  • Zoom pro audio reverb – Zoom is another Japanese manufacturer of pro audio equipment. They started out in business in 1983 and have produced many different types of musical instrument and effects machine since then

Benefits of reverb signal processors and effects

  • Sound – Allows you to add the classic reverb sound to your music, whether in a recording studio or when playing live
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