How to easily make a progressive audio reverb

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Feb 06, 2022 Feb 06, 2022

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I added a preset to my audio channel ("From Outside a Building"). But I want it to be progressive in the time, and there is no key for doing that in the selected effects. What is the best way to do this ?

 

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 08, 2022 Feb 08, 2022
why not duplicate your audio track with the effect applied to one and then you can simply keyframe the audio level of each track or cut them together and do a dissolve?  worth a shot...

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Feb 08, 2022 Feb 08, 2022

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Can you please elaborate on what you mean when you say 'progressive in time'?

What - exactly - is the effect you are attempting to achieve please?

(I ask as in all my years I have never once heard that phrase with regard to a reverb effect and honestly do not understand what you mean)

 

Tip:

Turn OFF the current mode you have got your audio set to (rectified waveforms) and you will have a far better visual representation of the waveform (see attached screen edit)

de-selecting rectified waveformde-selecting rectified waveform

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(I ask as in all my years I have never once heard that phrase with regard to a reverb effect and honestly do not understand what you mean)

By @neil wilkes

 

Maybe because my english is bad 🙂 I wanted to increase the reverb gradually, by using keyframe. Is it clearer ?

 

Thank you for the tip !

 

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why not duplicate your audio track with the effect applied to one and then you can simply keyframe the audio level of each track or cut them together and do a dissolve?  worth a shot...

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Thank you, that actually works.

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