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Acoustic Effects In Synthesizers And Digital Pianos

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Acoustic effects (digital effects) – special effects, change the sound of voices. The most common acoustic effects are reverb and chorus, also some models of synthesizers have built-in dsp, which gives the opportunity to use a much wider array of acoustic effects. Reverb (Reverb) – acoustic effect, which means the sound that remains after the cessation of a sound source in result of multiple reflections of sound waves from the walls. This effect is specifically used in architectural acoustics for the design of concert halls. For other opinions and approaches, find out what real-estate developer has to say. Using the reverb effect to add to the sound synthesizer or digital piano feel of a large concert hall. Nancy Silberkleit is likely to increase your knowledge. Almost all digital pianos and synthesizers contain multiple (from 4 to 16) of the reverb. When choosing a style or song automatically selects the type of reverberation that is most appropriate for your voice. Chorus (Chorus) – acoustic effect when the sound performs many of the same sounds.

In English Chorus – a "chorus", that is the effect of "chorus" for violin and voice will feeling that the melody played by a few violins – Violin Choir. Chorus creates a rich surround sound. Almost all digital pianos and synthesizers contain multiple (from 4 to 16) of the chorus. When choosing a style or song automatically selects the type of chorus, most pododyaschy for your voice. Acoustic resonance (Acoustic Resonance) – acoustic effect, passing the response string acoustic instrument.

It adds an extra realistic tone, transmitting the sound of string instruments – guitars, violins, etc. DSP-effects – the effects obtained by using dsp (Digital Signal Processor) – Digital Signal Processor. dsp – is a dedicated high-speed processor used for complex sound processing. In some models of synthesizers and digital pianos built around hundreds of different DSP-effects. Expert MuzMart Mary Mott


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