Reverb Settings

The reverb settings allow you to change the characteristics of the room.


All values shown in the top row apply to all speakers or to the front channels if you are working with surround tracks.


If you are working with surround tracks up to 5.1, you can use this row to set up an offset for the rear channels.

Auto Gain

If this button is activated, the impulse response is automatically normalized.


Reverses the impulse response.


Determines how much time passes before the reverb is applied. This allows you to simulate larger rooms by increasing the time it takes for the first reflections to reach the listener.

Time Scaling

Controls the reverb time.


Determines the size of the simulated room.


A level control for the impulse response. This governs the volume of the reverb.

ER Tail Split

Sets a split point between the early reflections and the tail, allowing you to determine where the reverb tail begins. A value of 60 means that the early reflections are heard for 60 ms.

ER Tail Mix

Allows you to set up the relation of early reflections and tail. Values above 50 attenuate the early reflections and values below 50 attenuate the tail.