Mid-Range Speaker

  What is a mid-range speaker?   Mid-range speaker, as its name suggests, covers the middle part of the frequency spectrum. Usually, it covers the range between 500 Hz and 4 kHz. This portion of the audio spectrum may be the most important. This is because...

Comb Filter

Summing two signals   Comb filtering occurs when two audio signals are summed together with the difference in very small delay between them. This effect tends to happen a lot when two or more microphones are picking up the same audio signal. They then summit...

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...

VCA Compressor

What are VCA compressors?   VCA (stands for voltage controlled amplifier) compressors are perhaps compressors with the fastest response of the attack and release parameters. They are usually cheaper than tube or optical compressors. VCA’s also tend to have...