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A digital reverb effect.

NastyReverb is a primitive-sounding digital reverb effect. It roughly simulates the sound of a reverberant space such as a room, hall or drainpipe. You can adjust the time the reverb takes to decay and also the ratio of the input signal to the reverberated output (wet/dry mix).

See the Adjusting Contraption Properties section for information about using sliders, knobs, presets etc.

Related Contraptions



NastyReverb parameter editor window

Reverb time


Controls the time the reverb takes to decay, ranging from 100ms to 10 seconds.

Wet/dry mix


Controls the ratio of input vs. reverberated signal.

Relevant Example Files

The following files provide examples of how NastyReverb can be used:

Aava.amh, BBlowerSoundscape.amh & MetaSSpatosaurus.amh

To open the Example Files directory, go to the File menu, select Open, and double-click on the Examples folder. Read descriptions of the example files here.

Suggested Uses and Practical Applications

Andrew Bencina says: “Used subtly, NastyReverb can create the illusion of space when applied to an otherwise flat mono input.”

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