Nonlinear Audio Processing

Nonlinear Systems   Digital signal processing is mainly based on linear time-invariant systems. The assumption of linearity and time invariance is for sure valid for a great variety of technical systems. Especially for the systems where input and output signals...

Mid/Side Processing

What is Mid/Side processing?   Mid/Side processing is a special way to process stereo signals. This stereo signal consists of 2 mono signals, one for the left and one for the right channel. However, when we create this stereo signal, it is likely that some sounds...

Audio Clipping

What is clipping?   In the audio domain, “Clipping” occurs when you push the speakers beyond their capabilities. This is sometimes referred as overload. The reason why this is happening is that there is no limit to the amount of the power that is supplying the...