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Something against Dry ATV Modules

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  • Something against Dry ATV Modules

    Hi,

    Sorry for the newbie question.
    Am I missing something or is it that easy: You have a Sound Modul that is good and affordable (xD3) but the sounds are very dry. Couldn`t you just use a Mixer with FX and add Reverb? Or is there more missing that`s not possible to add afterwards?

    Thanks!
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    Yes it's possible and it was recently filmed by a poster here:



    Briefly on the topic, I don't believe people are necessarily associating reverb (or late reflections) with wet sounding drums, although it does play a part.

    To me, wet drums is having multiple condenser mics; particularly having overheads at parity with the direct mics, and generally additional mics further away from the kit. So that it's maybe more akin to a chorus effect than a reverb?

    For purists obviously nothing is substitute for real samples but I would say reverb is perhaps the least artificial (?) post-FX you could use successfully on the ATV modules currently.
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