Voice "reverb" means to add an echo effect to audio being recorded. The Windows operating system has a built-in sound recorder utility that you can use to record audio using your microphone, appropriately named "Sound Recorder." You can use this native utility to add reverb to your voice recordings in just a couple of seconds.
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Click "All Programs."
Click "Sound Recorder." Click "Entertainment" and then "Sound Recorder" if you are using Windows XP.
Click "Effects" to see a drop-down menu of all the effects "Sound Recorder" has to offer. Select "Add Echo" to add a reverb to everything recorded. Click the "Start Recording" button to begin recording. Speaking into your computer's microphone. You will hear a distinct reverberation in the audio clip when you play it back.
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