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Plate Reverb. Many people ask me about this and I usually tell them to listen to some records from the '70s and '80s and look for reverb with a thick, pillowy sound that doesn't obscure the vocal yet doesn't quite sound like an actual room. The sound itself, as you'll see, is created through mechanically vibrating a plate of steel, picking up the decaying vibrations and re-amplifying them much the same way a spring reverb works. They're hard to find used these days, and we were lucky enough to hook up with Bob Buontempo and obtain a reworking of his article from 1983, originally written for Modern Recording and Music. Thanks Bob and Joe!
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