#1
Aight so i am noob right now just getting into effects peddles and like different sounds and people keep saying that you should mix wet and dry signals and stuff. So i don't get it. Any one explain me these things?
#2
the wet signal is a processed signal that has effects/equalization/etc on it, where the dry signal is completely without effects or alteration.
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#3
Answered it^. With such things as reverb (and really, most effects) you'll be wanting to mix the wet and dry to achieve a nice balance. For example, with a heavy reverb, if you set the sound to be all wet and no dry, you'll most likely get too much reverb, resulting in a muddy sound with little clarity. This is ok for every once in a while, as a 'special effect', but you wouldn't generally want it all over a guitar track or something.
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