A review of what we'll learn in this series.
Learn how to register, download, install and authorize H-Reverb.
Explore the main section of Reverb and all of its controls.
Decay Envelope, Input & Output Echoes7:11
Learn how to enhance your reverb tail with the decay envelope as well as use and manipulate input and output echoes.
EQ & Filters5:48
See how applying EQ to the reverb and filters to early reflections can color the sound of H-Reverb.
Learn about Damping, Envelope, LFO and Modulation.
Dynamics & Global Settings8:07
Explore how adding dynamics affects the reverb, and learn the features of the Global section.
See how this useful section of Waves plugins can help to store and recall settings in various ways.
Waves H-Reverb hybrid reverb plug-in fuses multiple technologies to give you more control than previously possible and provide a richer, deeper sounding reverb. Waves guru Todd Tatnall gives you an in-depth series explaining this awesome plug-in inside and out.
After a general introduction to the series, Todd walks you through Installing and Authorizing the Software. Next, it's right into Main Section, where you'll learn about the Reverb and its Main Controls.
Todd then dives into the Decay Envelope, Input, and Output Echoes, where you'll discover how to Enhance Your Reverb Tail and use H-Reverb's Echo Options. From there, Todd shows you the EQ and Filters available to you in H-Reverb.
Moving on, Todd guides you through the use of Time Filters, how the various Dynamics and Global Settings effect the Reverb, and then concludes with The WavesSystem Toolbar, where Todd teaches you how to Store and Recall Your Settings in these plug-ins.
Whether you're new to H-Reverb and looking to explore its depths, or an experienced user looking for some new tips and tricks, watch "Waves H-Reverb Explained" today!
Submitted 3 days ago
Good overview to get you started
Steps through each of the features in H-Reverb to get you started.
I am a: Hobbyist, Beat Maker, Ableton Live, Logic Pro
Submitted 6 months ago
Generally good, but...
I'm sorry man but I just can't get past the fact that you have the reverb on an aux track as a send but you don't have it set to 100% wet. That is just inexcusable! I kept seeing that wet/dry knob and feeling disturbed :(
Submitted 8 months ago
If you have H-Reverb, this is the tutorial to watch. Very well presented with all necessary details in an easy to understand way.
I am a: Professional, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Logic Pro
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