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Using ChromaVerb In Logic

Apple Logic Pro Tips & Techniques
Published June 2018
By Geoff Smith

Unlock the secrets of Logic Pro’s new ChromaVerb algorithmic reverb.

Logic has a long history of including excellent reverb plug-ins. Space Designer is a brilliant convolution reverb however, because of the huge library of impulse responses that come included, it can be a bit overwhelming, particularly if you just want to reach for a simple room reverb and tweak a few parameters. Then there’s Logic’s algorithmic reverbs such an PlatinumVerb and SilverVerb. While both are capable effects, they’re getting rather long in the tooth, so it’s great to see the addition of ChromaVerb in the 10.4 update. In this month’s Logic workshop we cover ChromaVerb’s interface and look at creating some of our own presets.

Early Reflections

Screen 1: When trying ChomaVerb for the first time it can help to listen to just the early reflections so that you can easily hear your parameter adjustments.Screen 1: When trying ChomaVerb for the first time it can help to listen to just the early reflections so that...

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Published June 2018