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Reverb decay reaches after end of track

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asked Dec 5, 2016 in Studio One 3 by svenlieber (210 points)
Hi,

thanks for help but it does´t solve my problem.

For the sound i want i need a 3 second 100%wet reverb for 16 bars which is fine.

 But i dont understand why the reverb is running out after the track (16 bars )ended.

In Cubase, where i came from, the effect is only applyed as long as the track lasts.(Stops right after 16 bars)

When the end of the track is reached the reverb stops - no matter how long the reverb is set.

in Studio One the reverb keeps going on although the end of the track was already reached.

Its like a "trails" swich on an guitar pedal.

Because the track is allready over i cant do any fade out :-(

Of course i could use a shorter decay but this would sound different so that is not an option.

thanks for help
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answered Dec 6, 2016 by mattcaprio (147,920 points)
 
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Unfortunately that's just not how reverb works.

If you want the reverb to end when your song ends then you need to setup some automation.

There are quite a few different parameters you could automate to achieve this and it's going to be up to you to figure out which way works best for you.

I personally would probably automate the dry/wet signal to dip to totally dry where I wanted the song to end. But, once again, this is going to be up to you to decide how you want to make this happen.
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