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Old 11-13-2019, 08:55 PM   #2
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Since you're doing it as a send, do you have the Wet slider at 0db, and dry at -inf? By default, the signal I think works out to being your full dry audio (0db dry), plus a bit of the wet signal (-12db wet), so you're amplifying the dry signal on the reverb, and adding a bit of reverb. There could be a reason to want that, but it's not likely that's what you're trying to do.

Outside of that, is your reverb track at an appropriate volume? I usually keep it at 0db, and adjust the send amount. You of course mentioned adjusting the send amount, but if you left the wet/dry sliders as is, then again, you're going to be duplicating your dry signal.
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