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Input Output Section

(20) Input Gain

Adjusts the level of the signal fed to the plug-in, in dB increments.

(21) Input level meter

Shows the current level of the input signal after applying input gain, in dB FS (deciBel Full Scale).

(22) Output Gain

Used to trim the output signal and possibly avoid any overloading of the signal in the rest of the signal-chain.

(23) Output level meter

Shows the current level of the input signal after applying output gain, in dB FS(deciBel Full Scale).

(24) Dry/Wet

When used as insert effect, one can dial the right amount of “wet”, reverberated signal with respect to the “dry”, untreated input signal.
The default 100-percent wet setting is mostly intended for the typical and preferred use in a send-effect configuration.

(25) Setup

Advanced settings to override default behavior, typically when using hosts that do not conform to the standards.

I/O

Override automatic track I/O specifications. VerbSession automatically adjusts its I/O configuration based on what the hosts reports to the plugin. Some hosts such as Logic do not report this correctly or do not support asymmetric I/O configurations In this case you have to do this manually and select amongst a number of choices of symmetric (N-to- N) and asymmetric I/O (N to stereo).

Options

These are best left at their default in most cases, but can be changed if required: