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TOPIC: feedback!!!!!

feedback!!!!! 2 years 10 months ago #21150

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hey guys this isnt exactly a sound question... this is about feedback and how it actually works in a synthesizer or in an effects processor.... i understand what feedback is in a broader sense... but how does it work in signal processing.... like in the operator for example i know feedback means that the same signal affects itself or atleast thats what i understood.... so if it is this way is the signal affected from the time it starts... like as soon as midi information is given does it start off with the feedback, or is the original signal played for a while before the feeback begins to alternate it??? if it does it from the beginning that should mean it looks ahead and that would be impossible in analog systems.... please correct me if im wrong....
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