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  • What is Amp Modeling?

    Amp Modeling is becoming a very common circuitry found in today's solid-state guitar amps. An amp model is a digital replica, or “clone”, of the sound a particular amp is known for
    Date Updated: 08 May 2016
  • What is Biamping?

    Biamping is separating a signal into 2 bands, high frequency and low frequency, and sending each band to a separate amplifier. One amp is used for the high frequencies, which are s
    Date Updated: 08 May 2016
  • What is Borderfree?

    Borderfree is a groundbreaking global ecommerce solution that allows us to present our international shoppers with product prices in the currency of your choice, aggressive interna
    Date Updated: 08 May 2016
  • What is bridged mono mode?

    Bridged mono couples the two channels on a power amp to drive a single output. By combining the channels on the power amp, the output power is also combined. Note that the minimum
    Date Updated: 08 May 2016
  • What is reverb?

    Probably one of the first effects known to man, reverb and its distant cousin echo have long added their magic to the sounds we make. Who hasn't enjoyed their vocal prowess in the
    Date Updated: 08 May 2016
  • What is a sampler?

    A sampler is a device that can take any sound that is put into it, "sample" it, process it, and play it back. Whether it be a short vocal clip from President Kennedy's inaugural ad
    Date Updated: 08 May 2016
  • What is an insert?

    An insert is a jack on a mixer that allows you to "insert" an effect on a specific channel, sub-group of channels, or main channel. The insert jack is a 1/4" TRS jack in which the
    Date Updated: 08 May 2016
  • What is an envelope?

    Envelope (VCA): The shape of a sound in relation to time. The attack is the start or onset of the initial transient sound. Decay is the roll-off of the sound's waveform just after
    Date Updated: 08 May 2016
  • What is the difference between computer-based and standalone recorders?

    When it comes to multitrack recording, the options can be overwhelming. Host-based or native, all-in-one or standalone - how does one make sense of it all, and pick the best system
    Date Updated: 08 May 2016
  • What's the best way to clean tape heads?

    If you use your tape deck frequently and aren't taking the time to clean the heads, you may be losing sound quality. Grease, dirt and oxide deposits can build up around and on cass
    Date Updated: 08 May 2016

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