#2
Wait... better question: Is reverse reverb even practical/possible in a live setting? It seems to me that unless you want to be playing your notes in advance of when you want to hear them, reverse reverb isn't very practical as a live effect.
#4
what the hell is reverse reverb.
normal: ding(shhhhhhhhhhh)gggggshhhhhh
reverse:ding(kwwwoooooosh)gggggggg
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#5
Quote by apak
what the hell is reverse reverb.
normal: ding(shhhhhhhhhhh)gggggshhhhhh
reverse:ding(kwwwoooooosh)gggggggg


I think it makes it sound like your notes are fading in. It does the echo before the note.

I don't see how it would work in a live situation. It could definitely be done recording though, if you fiddle around.
#7
I can get a reverse reverb on my Holy Grail Plus.

Just turn up the amount of reverb, and max out the blend, so that you only hear the wet signal.

It sounds like your notes are fading in, and is actually pretty cool. It sounds different to a volume pedal.