Audio Processing means changing the characteristics of an audio signal in some way. Processing can be used to enhance audio, fix problems, separate sources, create new sounds, as well as to compress, store and transmit data.
The following tutorials cover some common types of audio processing:
- Compression : Reducing the dynamic range of a signal.
- Expansion : Expanding the dynamic range of a signal.
- Equalization : Increasing or decreasing the levels of different frequencies in a signal.
- Limiting : Constraining the level of a signal to a specified threshold.
- Reverb : Adding reverberation to a signal.
- Phasing : Creating interesting effects through sound wave phase interaction.
- Flanging : A specific type of phasing.
- Chorus : An effect which makes a single source sound like multiple sources.