Echo chamber

 

A B
C D
E F
G H
I J
K L
M N
O P
Q R
S T
U V
W X
Y Z
 

   

Dictionary of Audio Terms (a glossary of audio terminology)

Echo chamber

An older method of adding reverberation to a sound recording used a reverberant room, containing only a microphone and a loudspeaker, through which an output from a studio or hall was passed in order to allow a variable degree of reverberation to be added to the direct output from the same source. The microphone output was combined with the output of the source and controlled in volume to give a desired degree of reverberation.

Please visit our sponsoring Web sites for
Audio Restoration
, Video Conversions, Quadraphonic Conversions, DVD Conversions and Panoramic Pictures

Echo chamber  --  An older method of adding reverberation to a sound recording used a reverberant room, containing only a microphone and a loudspeaker, through which an output from a studio or hall was passed in order to allow a variable degree of reverberation to be added to the direct output from the same source. The microphone output was combined with the output of the source and controlled in volume to give a desired degree of reverberation.

  

 Send new term definitions proposals to info71@presrec.com

 

 

 

 

      
     Audio Transfers to CD
      Extreme Quality Video Conversions
      Video Transfers to VCD (Video CD)
      QUAD - Quadraphonic conversions to CD
      Extreme Quality Audio Conversions
      Transfer your Videos to DVD - From any format.  PAL to NTSC transfer free
      Panoramic Views
preserve
recordings


PresRec on line
CVC on line

 

 

 

 


\/

407-292-1151