The following article on audio-issues.com is worth a read. The author examines the effects and possible downside to recording audio with reverb. The case is made that once the reverb is recorded on the track it is permanent and cannot be removed. The article offers additional and alternative steps one can take to obtain the desired sound on their recording.
Worth your attention:
Is Recording With Reverb Really Harmful to Your Audio?
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Thanks, for this.
What are the frequency and amplitudes of your noise issues.