The Early Reﬂection effects create the early reﬂections that are an important element in
determining the qualities of an acoustic environment. Using the Early Reﬂection Time parameter
you can create a variety of effects, such as sound thickening and echo-like reﬂections.
10: Early Reﬂection 1
Early reverb reﬂections are a crucial element of naturally occurring reverb. They transmit details
such as room size, distance, acoustic damping, etc. This effect emphasizes the low frequency
range, and is ideal for percussive sounds such as drums.
11: Early Reﬂection 2
This effect is similar to Early Reﬂection 1, although, the level of the early reﬂections change over
time in a different way.
12: Early Reﬂection 3
This effect applies a reverse envelope to the early reﬂections. This produces an effect that is similar
to playing a tape backwards, and it is ideally to sounds that have a fast attack such as crash
Early Reﬂection Time
Pre Delay (Pre Delay) 0–200 ms
EQ Low (EQ.L)
EQ High (H)
For effects 10 to 12, dynamic modulation (16C) can be used to control the DRY:EFF balance.
Pre Delay= 015ms
Early reﬂection time in 10 ms steps
The delay between the original sound and the early
Low EQ cut and boost
High EQ cut and boost