Logic Pro X from Apple is one of the most popular DAWs on the market and comes stacked with some great stock plugins. The software comes with an array of super useful compressors, distortions, delays, amps simulators, and more. Last year, Logic Pro X had a major update which introduced some new and powerful sampler plugins as well as the ChromaVerb plugin. ChromaVerb is a versatile reverb plugin that can add great effects to almost anything you run through it. ChromaVerb comes with lots of useful features so let’s break them down for you.
On the main interface of ChromaVerb (the first screen you’ll see when you first open the plugin), you have access to typical reverb plugin parameters like wet, dry, decay, and attack. On ChromaVerbs attack and decay controls, you can adjust their time to the tempo of your project. You’ll just need to activate the tempo synch by clicking the note next to the control. ChromaVerb offers distance, size, and density controls to help you further adjust your reverb. The distance control allows you to determine how close or far the input single will sound in your mix. The size control lets you determine how big the digital room your signal is in while the density control adjusts the reflections of your reverb.