My demands on Vegas as a DAW are growing more heavy and, after consulting the manual, I've hit a cognitive brick wall, so I'm reaching out for help. Cutting to the chase, I'm trying to achieve the "Abbey Road Reverb Trick" (Example: ). I think I have to send a track first to EQ to cut high and low frequencies, the EQ'd signal then is processed by reverb, and the output is combined with the original signal. The result is an original (dry) with a shaped reverb (wet).
In the video that I linked above, this is performed by placing EQ before reverb in a send. What is the procedure in Vegas? I use Izotope Nectar that has a limited EQ module within the reverb tab that does exactly this, but only to a limited extent, and I want way more control than what Nectar offers. Also, Vegas' built-in Reverb does allow attenuation of low and high frequencies, but I do not like the sound and quality of this FX. Also, I can't adjust Q or add notches, which an EQ would obviously give to me.
How can I achieve the 'trick' that I outlined above? I'm happy to be schooled.