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Gate (noun)

Type: noun, processor

Pronunciation: /gait/

Also spelled or known as: Noise Gate, Noise-Gate

Related: Noise Gate

What does Gate mean?

An audio processor that cuts off the volume of an audio once it passes below a certain volume threshold.

Gate (also known as “Noise Gate”) is an audio processor that cuts off the volume of an audio once it passes below a certain volume threshold. Noise Gate is basically used to control the volume of an audio signal, it eliminates sounds below a given threshold in a recording.It’s job is to lower the volume of low &amp; unwanted audio peaks

Gate synonyms: Noise Gate

Example sentence: “Have you used the gate on your mix.”

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