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4 Aspects of the Perception of Sound in a Room:
1.) Direct Sound- Sound that arrives from the source to the ears of the listener that encounters no boundaries.

2.) Early Reflection- Sound that reaches the ear of the listener within 50 milliseconds and has encountered some boundaries, and gives beginning clues of size, shape, and surfaces of the room.

3.) Reverberation- Sound that reaches the ear of the listener after 50 milliseconds, has encountered many boundaries, and gives us the final clues of the size, shape, and surfaces of the room. Blurred vision.

4.) Delay- Sound that reaches the ear of the listener after 50 milliseconds that has encountered one boundary.
Reflection-
When a wave bounces off a surface and departs at an equal opposite angle to it’s arrival.
Diffusion
An object breaks up a wave into several waves that scatter in all different directions.
Absorption
An object or surface retains some acoustic energy to itself.
Resonance
The effect of a wave bounce back and fourth repeatedly between parallel surfaces thus amplifying itself.