Reverberate supports true stereo processing; this is an area that can sometimes be a little confusing and this page provides a brief summary of the modes of operation supported by Reverberate. Three topologies for convolution are provided by Reverberate and are available for use within each of the two impulse response convolution units. The IR units are termed IR1 and IR2 and each of these can load two stereo impulse responses when in true stereo mode (termed IR1-A, IR1-B, IR2-A and IR2-B).
Modulation of the outputs from the true stereo convolution units within the mixer means two true stereo impulse responses (using a total of four stereo impulse response files) can be modulated for highly dynamic and rich reverb effects. The convolution units operate in any of the following modes.
The left input channel is convolved with the left impulse response file channel and the right input channel is convolved with the right impulse response file channel. This is the typical configuration for stereo convolution reverbs when used with stereo impulse responses, although when input audio is panned left or right, using Mono to Stereo may provide more intuitive results.