Reverbs

Why settle for the same familiar sounds with guitar reverb in your mix? With a few simple concepts and some creativity, you can customize your guitar reverb treatments for the song and take them to the next level.

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Reverb molded the sound of vintage recordings. Learn what makes Abbey Road’s Plate and Chamber reverbs—used by the Beatles and Pink Floyd among others—so special, and how to use them effectively in your music.

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Reverb can put a vocal in a myriad of different spaces, but your choice of space and how you set the parameters will dramatically affect the mood of the track. Learn how to tweak your vocal reverb to make your mix sing.

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Watch how to add depth, atmosphere and character to your vocals, and help lead and backing vocals fit together in the mix. Mixer Sean Divine shows you how, using the Abbey Road Reverb Plates plugin.

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What are your go-to reverbs? Do you choose organic, realistic sounding room and plate models, or do you prefer '80s style digital reverb effects? Tell us what you use in your mixes!

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Reverb has the unique ability to make instruments in the mix sound like they’re being played in the same room. Learn how to tweak your reverbs to get the most accurate sounding space for your song.

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The ability to add natural depth to instruments is crucial for producers who are limited by the acoustic space of their home studios. Watch how Grammy-winning mixer Guy Massey (The Beatles, Ed Sheeran) uses Abbey Road Chambers to achieve natural depth on drums.

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Reverbs and delays are what give mixes character, but don’t just ‘set and forget’. Learn how to enrich your FX tails using EQ, compression and other processors, to really bring out the song’s personality.

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If you're hearing reverb on a Beatles track, chances are you're hearing the Studio Two echo chamber, now modeled as the Waves Abbey Road Chambers plugin. We look at the most classic examples of this effect in action.

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Producer & recording/mixing engineer Joe Barresi (QOTSA, Tool, Soundgarden) shows how he uses the H-Reverb plugin to change his snare drum sound in a super-versatile way – using only one simple button.

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