Multi-Effect Signal Processors

What are multi-effect processors?   Rather than using several individual signal processor “boxes”, many signal processing devices are designed so they can perform more than one function. This means that a single black box can create more digital effects. For...

Harmonic Enhancer – Exciter

  What is an Exciter?    An exciter (also called a harmonic exciter or aural exciter) is an audio signal processing technique used to enhance a signal by dynamic equalization, phase manipulation, harmonic synthesis of (usually) high-frequency signals. It...

Direct Note Access – Melodyne

DNA Direct Note Access™ is the technology which allows to identify and edit individual notes in the polyphonic material. The unique access that Melodyne™ has long offered to the pitch, timing, duration and other parameters of notes in the monophonic material is now...

Prismizer

What is a Prismizer?   Prismizer is an audio effect which is in some sense similar to the vocoder. Like vocoder, it also combines pitch and frequency characteristics from multiple sources. Similarly, its primary use is pointed to the processing of the human...

Auto-Tune

 Missing the note   Few singers are perfect. sometimes, the pitch of their vocal slightly misses the exact note they are trying to hit. If they are little out of tune, the vocal track can still be rescued – or ruined, depending on one’s point of view....

Pitch Correction

Pitch correction entails being able to identify the pitch, determine the correct pitch, and process the track with the pitch correction. However, being able to correct a pitch in the studio has been a recent technological advancement. Since the beginning of digital...