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In Classical style projects, it is normal to use far more reverb than delay. The real answer is: delay IS reverb, meaning both are linear, time-invariant filters that both do echoes (i.e. reflections in reverb terms). However, the way they are implemented is completely different from each other. Delay basically is the process of repeating the original ...
Usually a "delay" effect mixes the original and the delayed signal. As an audio effect, this is often desirable. Usually there is a control called "wet/dry mix" which is the level of the delayed signal relative to the original signal. At 100% wet, only the delayed signal is heard. Delay effects sometimes have a parameter called "feedback" which is the ...
A delay, when used subtly, can give a sound/effect very much like reverb (reverbs are generally made with delays) without taking up as much space in the mix as delay effects tend to have much less reflections and not to introduce things like diffusion to the sound. This obviously depends on the specifics of the effects being used some multi-tap delay effects ...
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