Wet/Dry or Dry/Wet (noun)
Also spelled or known as: Dry/Wet Wet-Dry
Related: Wet sound, Wet, Dry sound, Dry
What does Wet/Dry mean?
Dry: Unprocessed sound; a sound with no effects on it.
Wet: Processed sound; a sound with effects on it.
Dry sound is vocals or sounds recorded as is. Wet sound is vocals or sounds with effects and things done to it. A Dry/Wet knob is used to blend signals.
Example sentence: “I was just teaching the new engineer a great lesson about Wet/Dry.”
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