You want your drums to sound bigger but it sounds narrow, dry, and small during recording. Therefore, you send it to a concert-hall reverb. However, that is a wrong move because now you have are small, narrow drums surrounded by a lot of incongruous reverb. So here are the different tricks to try and apply all over the kit.
Reverberating drums can lead to a cloudy, washy mix and we don’t want that. We want to have depth, thickness, presence, and a sense of space—all with reverb. The first tip is to try adding a reverb directly on the drum bus before your compressor.
Read more about this here: https://www.izotope.com/en/blog/mixing/9-tips-for-using-reverb-with-drums.html