Sound Processing Techniques

Sound Processing Techniques

The signal processing component of Max, MSP, offers a world of options for manipulating an incoming audio stream. Common processing techniques include filtering, equalization, amplitude modulation, overdrive, time stretching, pitch shifting, reverb, delay, compression, and more. The gen~ object gives users even more low-level tools to explore audio processing. Here are some tutorials, objects, and guides to get you started.

Signal Processing Example Patches

See Also

Name Description
MC MC
Audio Filtering Audio Filtering
MSP Synthesis Tutorial 3: Using Amplitude Modulation MSP Synthesis Tutorial 3: Using Amplitude Modulation
MSP Analysis Tutorial 4: Signal Processing with pfft~ MSP Analysis Tutorial 4: Signal Processing with pfft~
MSP Delay Tutorial 1: Delay Lines MSP Delay Tutorial 1: Delay Lines
MSP Delay Tutorial 2: Delay Lines with Feedback MSP Delay Tutorial 2: Delay Lines with Feedback
MSP Delay Tutorial 4: Flanging MSP Delay Tutorial 4: Flanging
MSP Delay Tutorial 5: Chorus MSP Delay Tutorial 5: Chorus
MSP Delay Tutorial 6: Comb Filter MSP Delay Tutorial 6: Comb Filter
MSP Analysis Tutorial 1: Signals and Meters MSP Analysis Tutorial 1: Signals and Meters
MSP Delay Tutorial 1: Delay Lines MSP Delay Tutorial 1: Delay Lines
MSP Dynamics Tutorial 1: Envelope Following MSP Dynamics Tutorial 1: Envelope Following
MSP Filter Tutorial 1 : Simple Filters MSP Filter Tutorial 1 : Simple Filters
MSP Compression Introduction: What is Compression? MSP Compression Introduction: What is Compression?
MSP Panning Tutorial 1: Simple panning MSP Panning Tutorial 1: Simple panning
allpass~
biquad~
buffir~
cascade~
cascade~
comb~
cross~
delay~
fbinshift~
fftin~
fftinfo~
filtercoeff~
filterdesign
filterdetail
filtergraph~
gen~
gizmo~
groove~
lores~
omx.comp~
onepole~
pfft~
reson~
retune~
svf~
teeth~
vst~