#1
Normally I have one reverb and vary the sends on each instrument. But can I use a diffrent reverb on each instrument.
#2
In the digital realm you are only limited by your processing power.

What program are you using?
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#3
Depends on your hardware limitations. On some mixers (i'm presuming you're using a mixer) you only have one AUX send, but on others there are more. If you're using software then there shouldn't be any limitations.
#4
I want to do my drums and sampling on an mpc. then sync to logic. But I don't want my beat to be dry when it leaves the mpc. The thing is, for the drums I'll be using the Mpc reverb. But for other instruments I'll be using logic's reverb. And I don't know if that would sound good.

I don't want to waste money on the setup if it doesn't work.