The idea of the reverb is to lie underneath your sounds. You will find that as other instruments start feeding the reverb, you get a fatty build up somewhere in the high mids, somewhere in the mids, and sometimes in the bass/sub bass. Your goal is to find the fattest point in these three sections and use a wide Q on your EQ to ease this build up away. A HP filter or low cut may not be bad to get rid of the bass build up. You can generally cut out anything below 70Hz. Be honest though, that rule doesn’t apply 100% of the time – maybe 90% of the time.
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