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Microphone Month 2

Flutter Echo

A condition that occurs in acoustic spaces when two parallel surfaces reflecting sound between one another are far enough apart that a listener hears the reflections between them as distinct echoes. The audible effect is in many cases a sort of “fluttering” sound as the echoes occur in rapid succession. In smaller rooms it can take on a sort of tube-like hollow sound, as the echoes are closer together.

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