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LMMS: A Complete Guide to Dance Music Production Beginner's Guide by David Earl

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Time for action—exploring vintage reverb

For this section, we're going to use an emulation of a plate reverb in LMMS:

  1. Disable the plugins that are on the effects chain for TechSynth1.
  2. Click on Add Effect and select C*Plate2x2 — Versatile plate reverb, stereo inputs.

    The following controls will pop up:

    Time for action—exploring vintage reverb
  3. Adjust the bandwidth knob to control how many frequencies are going to be reverberated. Listen to the result.
  4. Adjust the tail to create a longer or shorter reverb. Listen to the result with the bandwidth set about halfway up.
  5. Use blend to adjust the amount of dry to reverberated signal. Listen to the result.
  6. Adjust damping to emulate how many high frequencies ...

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