Bitcrusher

What is a Bitcrusher?   Bitcrusher is a type of audio effect that has a low-quality distortion in its core. In addition, It produces a distortion by the reduction of the resolution or bandwidth of digital audio data. Furthermore, the sound is metallic or gritty....

Tape Distortion / Saturation

What is Tape Saturation?   Saturation or in this case tape saturation is a phenomenon which stands for analog tape recording. It describes a state in which voltage level is exceeding the tape`s ability to record it. When the signal is being sent to a tape...

Fuzz Distortion

What is Fuzz distortion?   Fuzz distortion is a type of audio effect usually associated with altering the tone of electric guitars. Nevertheless, it can be applicable to almost any other type of instrument or audio signal. Unlike common distortion pedals which...

Tube Distortion

Tube or Valve amplifiers   Tube, also known as valve amplifiers, are audio processing units that are widely praised for their characteristic sound associated with vacuum tube components embedded in them. Before the era of commercially introduced transistors in...

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...