The Convolution Reverb effect transfers the convolution reverb conditions of a reference file and adjusts the audio file to the relevant reverb conditions.      
The following setting options are available:
Button
Select Impulse Response

Allows you to open the source file for the impulse response from which the reverb effect for the audio file to be edited is generated.

Graph
Impulse Response Gain

Displays the signal of the impulse response.

Graph
Gain

Displays the frequency limit for the reverb. The y-axis of the curve specifies the gain of the reverb effect in the graph, while the x-axis shows the frequency.

Button

Switches between a linear and logarithmic scale for the limiting frequency graphic.

Slider
Pre-Delay

Specifies the length of time required by the sound to be deflected from an obstacle, thereby indicating the intensity of the echo.

The following sliders are available in the Mix area:
Dry Signal

Mixes the original signal with the copied signal, indicating the intensity of the original signal.

Effect

Mixes the original signal with the copied signal, indicating the intensity of the copied signal.

 


Convolution Reverb