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Decay

From Chace Audio

Part of the natural envelope of a sound (Attack, Decay, Sustain, Release). In post production, decay is one of the parameters of a reverberation effect and refers to the time it takes for the reverb to become silent. When editing production audio with natural reverb, the decay can be interrupted or upcut, creating an unnatural or anomalous effect.