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Is per-stem reverb the same as reverb for the full mix?

In theory, yes. A filter is known as linear if it is both additive and homogeneous. For an additive filter, the filtered sum of signals is the same as the sum of filtered signals. (Homogeneity means ...
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Effects order in sound design

In general the order matters a great deal. You'd generally want your chain to go something like Filters/EQ -> Compression -> Time effects (Reverb/Delay). EQ first because you usually wouldn't want to ...
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Neutral reverb without sense of room for making wind

Have you tried worldizing your samples? It won't cost you anything but your time and you'll undoubtably learn a lot in the process. Also, try reaching for complex delays in lieu of reverbs. Soundtoys ...
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Reverb Algoritms

Checkout this page. If you want go deeper try this one from J. Smith
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Reduction of Reverberation Time in a home studio from blankets, textile, and foam

I'm just going to evaluate the options you mention. covering surfaces with blankets, duvets, or comforters Not really a professional option and can actually cause bad results covering surfaces with ...
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How do I use Impulse Responses from Waves in another convolution plugin

The reason that Waves store the files in a 'wir' format is to make them proprietary, thus preventing you from using them elsewhere. You would have to reverse-engineer the 'wir' file format, extract ...
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Is there a software tool or web service to detect problems in speech recordings?

Clipping and discontinuities can be detected by using the Izotope RX De-clicker and selecting "output clicks only". The resulting timeline will indicate where in the original material the ...
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Super wet reverbed instrument into a vibrato pedal

A pedal does one thing well. It doesn't care what audio you put into it, it'll do its thing regardless. As long as the signal is not too loud, you should be fine. Certain frequencies may sound ...
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Is per-stem reverb the same as reverb for the full mix?

Print the stem only reverbs to an audio track, then print the full mix with reverb to an audio track, line the tracks up to start at the same time, solo them, and invert the phase on one of the tracks ...
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Why software's reverbs algorithms never sound the same as their hardware's original?

Most likely a different algorithm. Do you think the manufacturers would be able to sell more expensive hardware units if the same algorithms of their boxes in the thousands dollars would be available ...
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Retro reverb sound for mixes

I dont know why no one has mentioned it but if you go for vintage style reverbs there are 4 ways to achieve: Spring reverb Plate reverb Actual big space on recording Reverb chamber 3 & 4 are ...
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