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What is the difference between reverb and resonance?

The definition you gave seems to have the definitions for resonance and reverb built into one, which makes it more confusing. From a physics perspective, everything has various resonant or natural ...
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What is the difference between reverb and resonance?

Resonance and reverberation are, indeed, more or less just two aspects of the same phenomenon. The difference is whether you focus on what happens to the time-domain representation (reverb) or ...
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What is a 'noise sweep'?

As said by coaxmw, sweep normally means a sine oscillator starting at 20 Hz and then smoothly “gliding” up through the entire audible spectrum. Now, in principle you could also do this ...
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What is a 'noise sweep'?

a sweep is usually sine waves at 20hz to 20khz played smoothly. I've only ever heard the term sine wave sweep, never white noise sweep fwiw.
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What does topology mean?

You are correct that this is not the right stack exchange for this question, as it is not strictly related to sound design. In the context given it is an electronics engineering term which means "...
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What is a 'noise sweep'?

I thought that people took a narrow bandpass filter starting at 20hz and sweeping up to 20K across white noise for the purpose of creating an impulse response - you play the sound through your speaker ...

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