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    Reverb on hip hop vocals

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    What program do most of yall use for reverb? I have Cubase VST32 & SX, Wave 4 platinum Cool Edit Pro and FL studio. Which of these have the highest quality reverb for hip hop vocals in yall opinion. I know its a matter of taste and varies from person to person but im just askin a few of yalls personal preferences not a magic setting.
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    Cubase has some good reverbs.

    Overall you dont have to add reverb to all hip hop vocals. I rarely add reverb to vocals.

    Check out the tracks below, threre isnt any reverb in those vocals. If you have a good mic and a good mic pre, your vocals are going to sound fire dry, only adding some slight compression.

    I only add effects where they need it.
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    you may want to use a delay instead of reverb. to me it sounds better

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    Ey Mikey i peeped yo trakks homie they wreck dawg. And the quality is off the chain.
    As far as delay ive never been real familar with the settings. The presets are too extreme im looking for a more subtle delay can even throw a few of there preferred settings and whats a good program for quality delay

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    I always use a little reverb on vocals. Hardly any though, if you can hear it you're using too much. I use the Waves Trueverb or Rverb for mine.

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