Plate Reverb

The History of Plate Reverb   Back in 1957 EMT, a pioneering German company invented and build the first plate reverb called EMT 140. This model had very large proportions (8ft * 4ft) and weighed more than a quarter of a ton. These original units were quite large...
Utilizing Tape Emulators

Utilizing Tape Emulators

Tape Effect Introduction   Although it is true that there are many different types of audio processing effects out there, one of them called Tape Effect is particularly used in today’s music production. It introduces gentle compression and subtle saturation...

Hall Reverb

Discrete Echoes   Reverb actually represents a large number of discrete echoes. They are caused by sound bouncing off of every conceivable solid surface and then mushing together as the thousands of echo’s return to the listener. A reverb processor is a...