Understanding Reverb Vs Delay in Audition CS6


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Understanding reverb vs. delay

Now let's talk about Reverb and Delay effects. Both have a number of purposes in audio engineering, and they're kind of but not completely similar. Reverb and Delay can be used to fill out the sound of a singer's voice a little bit more. They can be used to give the impression that a speaker is talking in a specific acoustic environment like a large auditorium, even if it wasn't recorded in one. And they can generally just make your audio sound a little bit bigger. But what's the difference? You will find that people sometimes confuse Reverb and Delay with each other. Basically Reverb--short for Reverberation--is an effect that mimics the sound of your audio bouncing off the walls and other surfaces in the room and then coming back to your ears.

Delay--also called Echo--is an effect that takes your audio and plays it back or echoes it several times in succession. But it's generally the same sound played back over and over again. It's the sound of the initial echo....

Understanding reverb vs. delay
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Understanding reverb vs. delay provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the Audition CS6 Essential Training

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Audio + Music Video
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