reverb

refers to the echoing sound that occurs naturally to a voice or instrument in hall or room with reflective walls and, by extension, to analog or digital effect units which recreate this effect (reverb units).
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Reverb

• (v. t.) To echo.
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Reverb

[marketplace] Reverb.com is an online marketplace to buy and sell music gear which launched in 2013. The site allows both dealers and individuals to create free listings for instruments and other equipment in either best-offer or auction style listings. Reverb also includes an integrated price guide that pulls transaction data to determine ...
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Reverb

[non-profit] Reverb is a non-profit environmental organization that educates and engages musicians and their fans to promote environmental sustainability. It was founded by environmentalist Lauren Sullivan and her musician husband, Guster guitarist/vocalist Adam Gardner. Reverb`s greening services include carbon neutral concerts and venues;...
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Reverb

ReĀ·verb' transitive verb To echo. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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Reverb

A slight echo.
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reverb

A type of digital signal processing that produces a continuous wash of echoing sound, simulating an acoustic space such as a concert hall. Reverberation contains the some frequency components as the sound being processed, but no discrete echoes. See echo, DSP.
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Reverb

Abbreviation for reverberation, a complex blend of multiple interacting reflections within an enclos
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Reverb

Acoustic ambience created by multiple reflections in a confined space. Also, a type of digital signal processing that produces a continuous wash of echoing sound, simulating an acoustic space such as a concert hall. Reverberation contains the some frequency components as the sound being processed, but no discrete echoes. See Echo, DSP or Delay
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Reverb

an effect that simulates natural reverberations (sound reflections) that occur in different rooms and environments to create an ambience or sense of spaciousness. Acoustic ambience created by multiple reflections in a confined space. Acoustic ambience created by multiple reflections in a confined space. Also, a type of digital signal processing tha...
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Reverb

An effect which a signal processor (qv) can add to a sound: the reverberation of a sound which varies according to the size of the room.
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Reverb

In audio engineering, reverb is an effect used to simulate acoustic space, and consists of both early reflections, and echoes that are so closely spaced that they are perceived as a single decaying sound.
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reverb

refers to the echoing sound that occurs naturally to a voice or instrument in hall or room with reflective walls and, by extension, to analog or digital effect units which recreate this effect (reverb units).
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Reverb

This is multiple sound images, of an original source sound, blended together at the point of listening. The multiple images are caused by the reflection of the sound from walls and other surfaces or artificially created using electrical or mechanical reverberation units. See the Songstuff article on Reverb by following the link below. Songstuff Rev...
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