What are the types of reverb and their differences in beatmaking?

Reverb is an essential effect in beatmaking, adding depth and spatial dimension to a track. It simulates the way sound reflects within a space before reaching the listener, allowing you to add a sense of real or imagined space to your music. There are several types of reverb, each with its own acoustic characteristics. Here’s an overview of the main types of reverb and how they differ:

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