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Processing

From Chace Audio

In audio post, processing refers to any number of a wide range of changes that can be applied to an audio program. Processing can be additive, like introducing new frequency or harmonic content to the audio, or subtractive, such as removing unwanted noise or anomalies from a soundtrack.

Equalization and noise reduction are two of the most common broad categories of processing. The processors themselves can take the form of electronic/mechanical devices or software applications.