Reverberation

The result of the many reflections of sound that can occur in a given space

Reverberation

Abbrev. to Reverb. The effect of multiple sound waves reflecting off surfaces in a room.

Reverberation

Reverberation, in terms of psychoacoustics, is the interpretation of the persistence of sound after a sound is produced. A reverberation, or reverb, is created when a sound or signal is reflected causing a large number of reflections to build up and then decay as the sound is absorbed by the surfaces of objects in the space – which could include...
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Reverberation

• (n.) The act of reverberating; especially, the act of reflecting light or heat, or reechoing sound; as, the reverberation of rays from a mirror; the reverberation of rays from a mirror; the reverberation of voices; the reverberation of heat or flame in a furnace.
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reverberation

(from the article `acoustics`) Although architectural acoustics has been an integral part of the design of structures for at least 2,000 years, the subject was only placed on a ... In addition to resonance, any enclosure possesses a reverberation period, a unit of time measured from the instant a sound fills the enclosure ... [2 rela...
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Reverberation

[record label] Reverberation is an Australian independent record label distributor. It helps distribute records from independent overseas records labels such as Alternative Tentacles and Eyeball Records, and also for small record labels such as Love Police Records and their own label Reverberation. Reverberation was started in 2003 by Russe...
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Reverberation

Re·ver`ber·a'tion noun [ CF. French réverbération .] The act of reverberating; especially, the act of reflecting light or heat, or reëchoing sound; as, the reverberation of rays from a mirror; the reverberation of rays from a mirror; the reverberation of voices; the ...
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Reverberation

A complex of many reflected sounds occurring in an enclosed space such as a building or cave. The effect is often confused with echo which, strictly, is a discrete repeat of a sound event. Reverberation occurs to some extent in any place where a sound can occur, but is most noticeable in very large places with many hard reflective surfaces which ar...
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reverberation

In acoustics, the multiple reflections, or echoes, of sounds inside a building that merge and persist a short time (up to a few seconds) before fading away. At each reflection some of the sound energy is absorbed, causing the amplitude of the sound wave and the intensity of the sound to reduce a little. Too much reverberation causes sounds to becom...
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reverberation

Multiple echoes or reflections; in ultrasonography, an artifactual image caused by delay of an echo which has been reflected back and forward again before returning to the transducer. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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reverberation

persistence of sound decreasing with time in an enclosed or partly enclosed space after the signal from an acoustic source is interrupted
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reverberation

sound that persists in a space as a result of repeated reflection or scattering after the source of the sound has stopped
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reverberation

Synonym for leaving; look there.
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Reverberation

The buildup of sound within an architectural space, such as a room, as a result of repeated sound reflections at the surfaces of the room. The level of the reverberant sound within a room is dependent on both the volume of the room and the amount of sound absorption installed within the room, such that small hard surfaced rooms are `louder&...
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Reverberation

The persistence of a sound after the source stops emitting it, caused by many discrete echoes arriving at the ear so closely spaced in time that the ear cannot separate them.
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reverberation

The persistent echoing of sound within an enclosure after the original source of the sound has stopped, due to repeated reflection between the enclosing surfaces
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Reverberation

The presence or persistence of sound due to repeated reflections.
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Reverberation

The reflections of sound within a closed space.
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reverberation

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē′ver-bĕr-ā′shŭn Definitions: 1. Multiple echoes or reflections; in ultrasonography, an artifactual image caused by delay of an echo that has been reflected back and forward again before returning to the transducer.
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