Wherever you go and whatever you do, you can hear sounds. But, have you ever thought how long this sound have traveled before reaching your ears? Of course, most of the time, we do not think about that because we are just focusing on what we can hear.
Do you know that when a sound was created, it can move or bounce from one spot to another, causing delays. Now, depending on our location, it may also create echoes as well as repetitions or persistence.
For example, when you are going to walk in a hall, sing in the bathroom or talk over the phone. You can hear the effects. The same thing is also true when you are playing a guitar. There will always be a different effect, depending on the location or where you are playing it. This is the reason why reverberation or reverb came into the music industry.
Understanding a Reverb
If you would like to achieve the performance with a best reverb pedal, then you have to fully understand the frequency because a reverb pedal usually depends on it. You must also learn how to set the length of time this reverb dies or decays, reverb time and the location. Read More …