What's a Signal Processor?: Getting the Most Out of Your Effects
HAL LEONARD Publishing Company, 2001 - Music - 64 pages
If you're new to audio, it's easy to be overwhelmed by the myriad of tools that shape your sound. What's a Signal Processor? is a first-rate introduction to digital and analog signal processors and their uses in recording, mixing and live performance. Including discussions of effects like reverb, delay, chorus, compressor and EQ, as well as advanced topics such as signal paths, software plug-ins and creating your own effects, this is an easy-to-digest guide for any musician who wants to expand the possibilities of recording and performance. Emile Menasche is a writer, editor, composer and producer living in the New York metro area. Other books to his credit include What's a Mixer?, What's MIDI?, What's a Sequencer? and What's a Synthesizer'.
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