Audio Effects

Oxford Digital effects that enhance the audio operation of consumer products include:

  • EQ-master: used for preset effects and speaker/earphone correction
  • Loud-master: used to make the audio seem louder without significant effect on battery life and also useful as an MP3/ATRAC/lossy-compressed audio restoration tool
  • Peak-master: used to enhance listening and intelligibility in noisy environments. This gives a dramatic improvement that removes the need for frequent adjustment of local volume controls
  • Edge-master: used to add 'punch' to percussive effects or to remove transients to avoid overload and save battery drain or for background listening
  • Bass-master: used to improve the bass response of speakers and earphones beyond the range that they can naturally reproduce
  • Wide-master: used to enhance listening and give the impression of a bigger space



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