Putting multiple reverbs on the same track creates a much more interesting effect than just using one.
Load the “Busy Filters” preset on the built-in Analog synth, then turn both LFOs off. The chords are Bb Minor – Gb – Eb Minor – Ab; I’m using the Classik Studio Reverb pack. To highlight the effects of the reverbs, I’ll put them as insert effects, but you can also set this up as a return track.
Drop one of each type of reverb effect — plate, inverse, room and hall — onto the track. Varying the type and order of the effects will change the character of the final sound. Turn off all of the reverbs.
Turn on the plate reverb. Set the “Mix” to around 50 percent. Adjust the rest of the parameters until you get a nice, thick reverb tone.
Turn on the inverse reverb. Set its wet/dry mix to around 40%:
Switch on the room reverb.
Finally, add a slight hall reverb:
Play with the reverb times and try different wet/dry combinations until you find the sound that you want.