How to make reverb accumulate?

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  1. smoothassilk

    smoothassilk Active Member VIP Junglist

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    Yeah, I don't normally like to post this kind of thing but I'm struggling with this kind of sound...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWLHoKySe9c

    At 3.33, the reverb doesn't fade away and just accumulates on the sound. Is it just a reverb with infinite decay? If so where can I get one?

    I'm sure it's something obvious, but I can't quite figure it out..
     
  2. sam the dnb man

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    Smartelectronics Ambience.

    The is a hold feature that makes the reverb time infinite.
    It's also a great reverb that doesn't disappear when played back in Mono.

    I prefer it to most verbs
     
  3. smoothassilk

    smoothassilk Active Member VIP Junglist

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    Got it... choose a bit you like, press hold, then fade up the wet and down the volume on the original patch
    Thanks!
    I'm gonna make some cool atmospheric pads with this in future.
     
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    It's an extremely underrated plug. Basically free as well. I need to make a donation though so I stop getting those pop ups at the start of loading up a project
     
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    you could always automate an echo in when you want the verb to continue
     
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    Sometimes I use a pitched delay on verb to create a nice effect
     
  7. djdizzy

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    to me it sounds like you could accomplish the same by looping the last word of that vocal clip then fade in the reverbed sound. i'd just take that last word and slap a lengthy reverb on it, resample it then reverse it and layer it over the looped word i mentioned in the first sentence.