Porous Absorbers

When sound propagates in small spaces, such as the interconnected pores of a porous absorber, it loses energy. This is primarily due to viscous boundary layer effects. Air is a viscous fluid, and consequently, the friction with the pore walls dissipates the sound...
7 Useful Modulation Effects Tips

7 Useful Modulation Effects Tips

It would be unlikely to find a fair comparison to modulation effects in nature. For example, the flanging effect could be described as a “jet plane” passing by, and that would be the closest comparison. Effects such as flanger, phaser, chorus, or ring modulation fall...