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    Thanks for all yr input!! I'm an amateur so sorry for vague terminology. I'm using Perfect Space convolution verb with Sonar X1. I meant turning the bus fader almost down to infinity, way below 0 (unity gain?). Anywhere near 0 is way too much even with the aux send volume way down...sorry I've never been clear on unity & infinity. I do see a volume box on the verb itself from -10 to-70 but don't get much response from it.
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    Assuming you are trying to fit the vox in a mix, regardless of if you overcome the send amount to bus while verb fully wet:

    - The most important thing is to EQ the reverb. Preferably an EQ before the reverb instance (on the verb bus) and hipass around 500 Hz or so, while lowpassing @ around 10KHz.
    - The 2nd most important thing is timing of the reverb to the track.
    - The 3rd most important thing is deciding if you want to have reverb that makes the track sound "bigger" or more distant. If the decay on the verb is fairly long (over 1.8 s or so, the track will sound distant when adding reverb. If the decay is short the track will sound bigger. They should still be timed to the music and "breathe" with it of course.

    Then comes the dry/wet knob, and you should also pay attention to pre-delay. 10-15 ms or so on vox will work, which let's the direct signal come through before the reverb kicks in.

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    Useful reverb info :8 Reverb Mixing Tips | Waves
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    Good points - thanks! the plug has a delay knob...not sure if that's the same as predelay?
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    Yes it is
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