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I've looked at some bytebeats with reverb and I've tried to understand how it works. From what I understand, it seems to me that it works something like this:
- Declare an Array object and fill it with 0s

- Take your "melody" or whatever and add <Array>.shift() to it

- Push that divided by a number??? (like 3) maybe??? into the array

- Set the output to the "melody"

I still don't have a good idea of this. I tried doing this myself:

it's messy lol xD

Dividing main by 2 or larger in d.push(main) gives a different result: I hear a bit of bounciness and the tone comes back. I turned the ample rate down to 8000 and I heard it wasn't a smooth decrease; it seems to "step". Lastly, I decided to use a number between 1 and 2 and the fading is slower, but I could still tell I did it wrong because of the "stepping".

Could someone please correct me on whatever I may have messed up, explain reverb properly, and give a basic example of using it?
You aren't doing anything wrong with the reverb effect. It's just that the "melody" that you've put in doesn't change enough, as in there's no notable pitch nor volume changes within the code.

Here's an example where the delay is more clear.

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