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Echo

From Chace Audio

When most people think of “echo,” they think of a sound repeating one or more times with decreasing intensity. To audio engineers however, especially those outside the U.S., “echo” means reverb. After an audio event, reverb is the reflected sound (echoes) of the physical space in which the event has occurred. The bigger the space and the more reflective its surfaces, the longer the reverb will last and the brighter it will sound. There are many analog and digital processes that can create reverb to varying degrees.

This audio clip does not contain echo, aka reverb.

The same audio clip now has reverb applied.