Definition of reverb
: an electronically produced echo effect in recorded music; also : a device for producing reverb
Recent Examples of reverb from the Web
These long-chain hydrocarbon compounds smother the reverb like a blanket snuffing out a campfire.
The young duo dresses its propulsive, woozy rock riffs with lots of dreamy distortion and reverb.
About 30 minutes before a show, Johnson gets together with Tyler to do their vocal warm-ups, often in a shower stall for natural reverb.
When the Baltimore duo played the NoDa venue the first time – shortly after the club’s sale and renovation in 2013 – the heat and humidity in the room added another layer to the band’s swirl of dreamy melodies, sleepy vocals and ever-present reverb.
It was driven by Matthew’s always-captivating reverb guitar squalls.
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Origin and Etymology of reverb
short for reverberation
First Known Use: 1953See Words from the same year
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