Reverberance

Illustration of long reverberance in a churchReverberance is linked to the speed at which sound energy disappears in a room. An unfurnished room with hard surfaces, such as a church, is perceived as being more reverberant than a well-furnished living room.

 

Long reverberation


 

Short reverberation

 

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Reverberation time

The reverberation time is usually defined as the time it takes for sound to decrease by 60 dB. 

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