For vocal Effect there are 3 terms generally used to describe much the same thing. Delay, Echo and Reverb. Echo and reverb are almost always the same thing and generally only have a gain control on an effects processor or mixing board. you can make it more or less pronounced but that's about it. Delay is similar but you usually get more control over it such as the length of delay and the number or repeats (or number of echos, same thing) as well as the being able to set the level. Delay is used more when you want that "singing in a stadium" sound. Reverb and echo are used for more intimate spaces but they still add depth and dimension to a vocal track. Use too much and the sound gets muddy and confusing. It's really a case of different manufacturers using different terms for what is mostly the same thing
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