CHAPTER 15 Signal Processing






Over the years, signal processing has become an increasingly important part of audio and music production. It’s the function of a signal processor to change, augment or otherwise modify an audio signal in either the analog or digital domain. This chapter offers some insight into the basics of effects processing and how they can be integrated into a recording or mixdown in ways that sculpt sound using forms that are subtle, lush, extreme or just plain whimsical and wacky.

Of course, the processing power of an effects system can be harnessed in either the hardware or software plug-in domain. Regardless of how you choose to work with sound, the important rule to remember is that there are no rules; however, ...

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