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- Acoustics: A delay effect where the dry signal is mixed with a 20 to 50 millisecond delayed signal. This effectively makes the sound "twice" of what it originally was. Source: Church Audio & Acoustics Glossary
- Electronics: A circuit in transmitting systems which doubles the frequency of the input signal. Also, a circuit in power-supply systems for doubling voltage amplitude.