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How do feedback eliminators work? Can they be time domain?

It doesn’t scan, per se, it waits for a peak to form, as in a real time analyzer or even a chromatic tuner. Just as the tuner can tell what is the loudest frequency in a sound, so does the feedback ...
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How to avoid acoustic feedback when having heavy vocal effects during a live performance?

The trouble with using compressors live is that they magically transform themselves from devices which reduce the peaks of the performance into ones that turn up the quiet bits. Your three compressors ...
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Loud Whining Sound with Start/Stop of Audio

Old question, I know. Use an USB isolator like this: Less than 10 dollars on aliexpress. What it does: Isolate ground (lift ground) on the USB connection with isolated DC/DC converter to eliminate ...
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Why does compression acheive a louder volume without feedback?

Using a compressor in this way gives you the ability to increase the average (or RMS) level of the vocal without significantly increasing the peak level. You are utilizing the output gain knob to &...
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Setting up Microphone to avoid feedback

Annie Lennox of the Eurhythmics quite famously recorded her vocals in the control room rather than the studio. This was done by using two techniques together. A dynamic mic with a high rejection to ...
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Setting up Microphone to avoid feedback

a) Shotgun microphones perform best when cancelling off-axis planar wavefronts. In short, not indoors. They work best outdoors. b) You are obviously feeding-back your microphone signal into your ...
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How to create intentional audio feedback loops with level volume

I work with feedbacks as a creative tool every time. It's a powerful and very wide topic as it was said. There are some elements of the puzzle that needs to be tweaked VERY sensitive to achieve ...
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How to create intentional audio feedback loops with level volume

There's two types of feedback - stable and unstable. Unstable feedback is when you get a constantly increasing signal level which cannot be controlled. Stable is when you have control over the level ...
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Practical difference between channel gain, fader and amp gain

In theory there shouldn't really be any difference: Lets say you add some gain at the channel input, and reduce it equally by turning down the fader. Then there should be no difference. But preamps ...
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