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Universal Audio 4-710d 4-Channel Mic Preamp (4710D)
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About Signal Processors:

Just what is a "signal processor," anyway? In a sense, everything can be “you send a signal in one end, and it comes out the other end different than it was when it came in.” But what we're talking about here is the range of useful tools, usually in handy rack-mount packages, that give your performance or recording a final polish of the rough edges (or rough up the polished edges, if that's what you're after). They are all important parts of your final sound, and well worth spending a little time learning about.

Generally speaking, there are three basic classes of signal processors; time-based, frequency-based and dynamics processors. Time-based processors include reverbs, delays, choruses and flangers. Frequency-based effects are largely EQs and filters, with compressors and limiters making up the dynamics processors. There are analog and digital versions of all of these, and which ones you need will very much depend on the rest of your gear and what you want the final audio to sound like. Read More>