Axe-Fx III

Blocks Guide Description

As an effect, reverb was one of the first. Since the dawn of music, musicians in small dead sounding places have wished they could hear the rich sounds their instruments make in a large reverberant spaces. Early simulators used metal tanks, springs or plates. Tube and solid state variants emerged, but reverb, like delay, was truly revolutionized by digital technology. Our latest reverb algorithm is at the leading edge of digital reverbs, and likely to be one of the finest you have ever experienced, with the ability to emulate real spaces, vintage plates and springs, classic digital effects, and more. The many “types” allow dialing in mix-ready sounds at the turn of a knob, while an extensive parameter list makes it easy to customize.

List of Types

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Ambience
Asylum Hall
Cavern
Chorus Hall
Cirrocumulus
Concert Hall
Cumulonimbus
Deep Chamber
Deep Space
Drum Room
Gymnasium
Hallway
Huge Room
Ice Castle
Large Cathedral
Large Chamber
Large Deep Hall
Large Hall
Large Plate
Large Room
Large Spring
Large Tiled Room
Large Wooden Room
London Plate
Medium Cathedral
Medium Chamber
Medium Hall
Medium Plate
Medium Room
Medium Spring
Music Hall
Nimbostratus
North Church
Recording Studio A
Recording Studio C
Rich Hall
Small Cathedral
Small Chamber
Small Hall
Small Plate
Small Room
Small Spring
South Church
Stone Quarry
Stratocumulus
Studio
Sun Plate
Symphony Hall
Tunnel
Vocal Plate
Wide Hall

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Axe-Fx II

Owner’s Manual Description

Aside from distortion, no effect has been more important to the electric guitar than reverb. Since the dawn of guitar amplification, guitarists in small spaces yearned for the sounds their amps made in a hall or large room. Early simulators incorporated metal springs and plates, but as with delay processing, reverberation effects were truly revolutionized by digital technology. The Axe-Fx II is one of the finest you are likely to have heard: realistic, lush, and dense, with the ability to emulate real spaces, vintage springs, classic digital effects, and more.

List of Types

Be sure to check out the Axe-Fx Wiki for more details

Ambience
Asylum Hall
Cavern
Concert Hall
Deep Chamber
Deep Space
Drum Room
Gymnasium
Hallway
Huge Room
Large Cathedral
Large Chamber
Large Deep Hall
Large Hall
Large Plate
Large Room
Large Spring
Large Tiled Room
Large Wooden Room
London Plate
Medium Cathedral
Medium Chamber
Medium Hall
Medium Plate
Medium Room
Medium Spring
North Church
Recording Studio A
Recording Studio C
Rich Hall
Small Cathedral
Small Chamber
Small Hall
Small Plate
Small Room
Small Spring
South Church
Stone Quarry
Studio
Sun Plate
Tunnel
Vocal Plate
Wide Hall

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