Audio Clipping Explained

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...

Delay Effect Explained

  What is ‘Delay’?   When someone shouts on top of a hill, the person hears himself back after sometime with a reduced volume. This phenomenon is known as ‘echo’. The same phenomenon when recreated artificially in the studio is known as ‘Delay’.   Going by the book, A...

Cutoff Filters

  What is a Cutoff Filter?   A filter generally refers to a device that can remove something out of any given thing. In the audio world a filter does a very similar job. A cutoff filter is a processor, which can attenuate or completely remove certain partials out of...