Modulation Effects (Part 1)

Modulation Effects (Part 1)

Modulation will provide a sense of motion, dimension, and depth to your sound. Modulators (sometimes called “control signals”) allow you to control how, and at what rate, the sound changes over time. Besides, they can even introduce new spectral content to the sound...
Control the Reverb in Your Mix

Control the Reverb in Your Mix

Reverb control and positioning can be challenging. Reverb is an essential effect, but too much can ruin your mix. As with everything around us, the key is proper balance. In this tutorial, we will learn how to use reverb properly. As usual, we already have a simple...

Class T Amplifier

What is a Class T Amplifier?   A Class T amplifier is an audio amplifier IC design. Rather than being a separate “class” of the amplifier, Class T is a registered trademark for Tripath’s amplifier technologies. The control signals in Class T amplifiers may be...

Class D Amplifier

What is a Class D Amplifier?   A class D amplifier or switching amplifier is an electronic amplifier in which the amplifying devices (transistors, usually MOSFETs) operate as electronic switches. They do not operate as linear gain devices as in other amplifiers....

Class G/H Amplifier

What is Class G/H Amplifier?   There are a variety of amplifier designs that enhance class-AB output stages. They have more efficient techniques to achieve greater efficiency with low distortion. These designs are common in large audio amplifiers. The heatsinks...