The Reverb Level parameter within the Levels section is specifically designed to regulate the output level of the reverb section. Similar to the Dry level control, this parameter offers a range of adjustment from completely OFF, when the fader is fully down, to a scale ranging from -30dB to 0dB as the fader is raised.
When set to OFF, Reverb Level effectively mutes all reverb effects, allowing only the dry signal and Enhancement effects to be heard. This setting can be particularly useful for A/B testing the impact of the reverb effects on the overall mix, or when the reverb needs to be silenced temporarily without altering the established settings.
As the fader is moved up from the OFF position, the Reverb Level gradually introduces the reverb effect into the mix. At lower settings, near -30dB, the reverb effect is subtle, adding just a hint of spatial depth and texture. This can be effective in situations where a light touch of reverb is desired to enhance the overall mix without becoming too dominant.
Increasing the Reverb Level towards 0dB allows the reverb effect to become more prominent in the mix. At higher settings, the reverb can significantly shape the sonic character of the audio, providing lushness, depth, and a sense of space. This is ideal for scenarios where the reverb is a key element of the sound design, such as in atmospheric or ambient tracks, or to give vocals and instruments a more pronounced spatial presence.
The Reverb Level parameter thus offers essential control over the presence and impact of the reverb effects in the mix. It allows for precise adjustments, enabling users to dial in the perfect amount of reverb for their specific needs, whether for subtle enhancement or for more dramatic spatial effects.