Signal Processors

Signal Processors provide additional control to audio signals. From audio gates tightening the sound of acoustic drums, to compressors levelling the dynamics of a loud vocal channel, they allow you to create exactly the sound you are listening for.

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About Signal Processors

A signal processor is a device that modifies an audio signal with effects. Typically with either electronic hardware or computer software you can add effects such as reverb, delays, and EQ’s. Signal processors can be used in live and recorded situations to manipulate, edit, effect and enhance the audio signal.

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