4 of the Best Reverb Plugins on the Market
When it comes to mixing down a track, one of the most common causes of muddiness is the use (or overuse) of reverb. A reverb’s primary role is to emulate a space for the elements of your mix to interact with. When this effect is used in excess, it can feel as though elements of your song are “drowning” in the background of your mix. Typically, a reverb is placed on an aux track, and a little bit of signal from each instrument/vocal track is sent to the reverb. The more signal you send to the aux with the reverb, the more of the effect you’ll hear.