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Reverb: Digital Audio Foundations
Reverb: Digital Audio Foundations

Matt explains the similarities and differences between reverb, echo, and delay. Reverb describes the way sound fills an acoustic space or an artificial simulation of it. Traditional artificial reverb used a physical space, a spring, or a metal plate, or impulse responses (IRs). Echo usually means a single distinct delayed copy of a sound, and delay usually refers to an artificial effect that makes use of one or more echoes, using a tape recorder or with analog or digital effect processing.

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