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ReverbThe Reverberation filter helps you apply a particular effect when the sound stops but the reflections continue, decreasing in amplitude, until they can no longer be heard. The Reverb effect is used to simulate the acoustical effect of rooms and enclosed buildings.

Use the Play buttons to listen to and compare the sound before and after applying the Reverb effect:

No Effect

Reverb Applied

How to Apply

All effects and filters are applied in the same way in AVS Audio Editor. For detailed step-by-step instructions on how to apply effects to your audio files, click here.

Reverb Settings

To apply the effect, use on the available presets or configure the effect parameters manually.

Reverb effect settings

The following Reverb effect parameters are avialable for editing:

  • Original - sets the amplification value of the original audio signal that will be present in the output audio.
  • Reverberation - sets the amplification value of the reverberated audio signal that will be present in the output audio.
  • Reverb Length - defines the amount of time it takes the reverberations to fade out (decrease their amplitude gradually by 60 dB).
  • Pre-Delay - sets the point in milliseconds at which reverberation starts behind the original signal. You may think of it as the time it takes the audio signal to reach the imaginary "wall" and start being reflected from it. Setting bigger values will simulate reverberations in a bigger room.
  • Echo Frequency Band - sets the frequency range that will be processed and reverberated. Frequencies beyond this range will not be affected.

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