Reverberance affects the amount by which the listener perceives the music to be prolonged by the reverb, when the musical message suddenly stops. The effect of this setting is also obvious when the source material is of percussive nature. Reverberance is tightly related to overall decay time of the mid-frequencies, which in turn is the time taken by the late reflections to vanish into silence.
Relative decay time of low-frequency content, relative to the reverberance.
Relative decay time of high-frequency content, relative to the reverberance. Describes the liveliness and movement associated with the reverb tail (late reflections).
Sets the frequency below which decay time is determined by the Heaviness setting, expressed in Hertz(Hz).
Default value: 180 Hz
Sets the frequency above which decay time is determined by the Liveliness setting, expressed in Hertz(Hz).
Default value: 5657 Hz