Wah Wah Filter

The definition for the wah-wah effect, according to Erickson in 1975, is that the effect is produced by periodically bringing in and out of play treble frequencies while a note is sustained. Therefore, the effect is a type of spectral glide, a “modification of...
How to Make an Evolving Synth Lead

How to Make an Evolving Synth Lead

Synth Exploration   It seems to me that there are numerous creative ways one could use to make an impressive Synth Lead. Just consider using different oscillator types rather than classical oscillators that offer sawtooth, square, triangle and sine waveforms. For...

Hall Reverb

Discrete Echoes   Reverb actually represents a large number of discrete echoes. They are caused by sound bouncing off of every conceivable solid surface and then mushing together as the thousands of echo’s return to the listener. A reverb processor is a...

Convolution Reverb

What is a Convolution reverb?   Convolution Reverb digitally simulates the reverberation characteristics of an acoustic space using a piece of software. For instance, it can recreate a realistic simulation of any acoustic space like cathedrals, symphony halls,...