Audio Signal Processors
An audio signal processor is a device that is used to manipulate the characteristics of an audio signal, such as its level, frequency response, or dynamic range. There are many different types of audio signal processors available, including equalizers, compressors, limiters, and noise gates, among others. Audio signal processors can be used in a variety of settings, including music recording and production, live sound reinforcement, and radio and television broadcasting. They can be used to shape the sound of a recording or live performance, to correct for problems with the audio signal, or to enhance certain aspects of the sound. Audio signal processors can be hardware devices, such as rack-mounted units or pedals, or software programs that run on a computer or other device.
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