Low Pass Filter

What is a Low Pass Filter   A low pass filter, known as LPF, is essentially a filter that reduces or eliminates the frequencies above the cutoff frequency. It passes low-frequency signals and blocks or impedes, high-frequency signals. In audio applications, this...
Practical Use of Matching EQ

Practical Use of Matching EQ

The Matching EQ allows you to attenuate the frequencies of your target sample by using a reference. Essentially, the matching equalizer listens to the reference and then adjusts the parameter accordingly to affect the target sample. If you like to gain further...

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...
Understanding Phase and Phasing

Understanding Phase and Phasing

Phase (sometimes called “position”) is the orientation of a cyclical waveform in time, relative to a another cyclical waveform.   Here is an analogy on a less abstract level… If I were to start singing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star from the lyrics “up above...