How to add compression to reverb

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    Monkus
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    I have read the manual and watch many videos. Can anyone help with how to add compression to reverb? Some videos are showing that as a good idea, but they are on a different digital mixer in the video. I do have the deep edit compressor bundle. Right now I am using the first 3 fx channels only. Thanks!

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    Phil Driscoll
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    Not that this quite answers your question, but simply increasing the reverb time will give you something that sounds very similar indeed to compressing the reverb!

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    nottooloud
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    Apparently you can patch the returns to physical outputs via IO Patch/Outputs/Rack FX and then cable them to a channel, where you can add compression. There will be latency, but it should be fine for reverb. I haven’t tried this, just looking at SQ MixPad. I’m curious as to what this is supposed to do for you?

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