Another simple and effective trick that is coming to my mind is this one. It's chord stab and it goes as it follows:
1. Open Edison and select Edit->Insert Silence.
2. Select Tools->Generate Noise.
3. Adjust spectrum slope to -3dB/oct by dragging right point of FFT Filter curve down to minimum. Click on Accept.
4. In FFT Filter window again make parabolic shape using two half-sine curves with peak at c.a. 300Hz and one decade wide. Click on Accept.
5. In Volume Envelope editor make one half-sine curve long for all the sample.
6. Select Mix down amp envelopes.
7. In Stereo Separation Envelope editor make straight line like this:
8. Select Mix down amp envelopes.
9. Copy sample to another instance of Edison.
10. In FFT Filter window in first Edison make envelope like this and click on Accept:
11. Click on Reverb and click on Accept.
12. In Volume Envelope editor make curve like this and select Mix down amp envelopes:
13. Do 12. once again.
14. Normalize and do short fade in on first 2ms of a sample.
15. Drop a sample to the project.
16. Copy sample from spare Edison and perform all steps from 10 to the end with different number of waves in FFT filter in point 10.
You will get nice echo sounds like this:
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