By Matthew Weiss • August 14, 2015 Image courtesy of 2020VG This article is provided by the Pro Audio Files. In the following video, we’re going to be talking about time. Time is one of the most mysterious forces in all of existence, and the same is kind of true with the world of audio engineering. Time has some very interesting properties that play into how we hear things. What we’re going to be talking about specifically is very small increments of time, or what’s called the Haas Zone or Haas Effect, which is where time no longer becomes distinguishable as time, and instead we get some different stuff. Also be sure to visit The Pro Audio Files for more great recording content. To comment or ask questions about this article, go here. About Matthew Matthew Weiss Sound Engineer Matthew Weiss engineers from his private facility in Philadelphia, PA. A list of clients and credits are available at Weiss-Sound.com. To get a taste of The Maio Collection, the debut drum library from Matthew, check out The Maio Sampler Pack. http://theproaudiofiles.com Comments Have something to say about this PSW content? Leave a comment! Cancel reply Scroll past the ”Post Comment” button below to view any existing comments. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Tagged with: Delay Effects Engineer Matthew Weiss Mixing Recording Techniques · all topics Subscribe to Live Sound International Subscribe to Live Sound International magazine. Stay up-to-date, get the latest pro audio news, products and resources each month with Live Sound.