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Reverb, flange, distortion?

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I'm writing a wave editor and am unsure of how to accomplish reverb, flange, or distortion effects. Any ideas whatsoever receive 'A' grade.
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Check out this site, it a document on a detailed beta design of a GUI/sound-DSP application (also talks about reverb, flange, etc):
http://www.msoe.edu/~welch/courses/cs400/beta/design.htm
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