Chambers are the type of the opposite end of the spectrum from halls.
Reverberations do wonders when it originates to musical symphonies and orchestra rooms when the correct amount of reverberation is present, the sound quality gets improved severely. This is the reason why sound engineers are chosen during the building of these halls.
If a room has roughly nearly no sound absorbing surfaces like roof-wall, and the floor, the sound is expected to bounce back between the surfaces and also it takes a very long time as the sound expires. In such types of room, the listener will then have a problem for registering the orator. This is because he has a habit to hear both the direct sound as well as the repeated and reflected sound waves. And also if these reverberations will be more extreme, the sound is said to run together with a sheer loss of articulation and it develops muddy and also garbled.
The occurrence of reverberation is exploited by the recorded music or producers of live in order to improve the sound quality. Several systems have been advanced to create and simulate reverberations. Chamber reverberator is one such instance, where the sound is created by a loudspeaker which is then received by a microphone along with other special effects of the reverb. A similar device is a plate reverberator, where a metal plate is used to generate vibrations as an alternative for a loudspeaker.