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    Reverb: Natural or artificial?

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    What do you prefer to use with your tracks, natural reverb like going to a large hall and recording drums for example, or using a software plugin? Which ones do you prefer for different applications?

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    i always like when people give me room tracks... its always good to do it ..then add reverb to that !!!
    but dry is also cool it depends on the song!!!

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