Posts Tagged ‘filtering’
It’s pretty much universally acknowledged that the sound of someone scraping their nails down a blackboard is very unpleasant. But why I hear you ask? Well that’s exactly what Bobby Owsinski set out to enlighten us with on ProSoundWeb.
He discovered from a new study conducted by musicologists at the Macromedia University for Media and Communication [...]
Last week we looked briefly at filters. In the third part of our EQ mini series, we will take a quick look at three types of EQ response curves.
A low shelf response allows the signal below the corner frequency to be boosted or attenuated. The corner frequency can be very simply defined as the [...]
Sometimes you stumble upon something which makes your life immeasurably better.
Having settled in to watch England’s opening game on Saturday night I had certain expectations; I expected to be frustrated for long periods of the game and I fully expected to be feel cheated when the final whistle blew after 90 minutes. I am pleased [...]