Who is she? (Greetings!)

potpizza

Member
2019-12-06 3:16 pm
NJ
I'm she! I'm trying to get into understanding how everything audio works, because as of right now the only thing I know is that you put little thingies together and it makes your audio signal come out wonky in a really nice way.
I have 0 experience in anything but hopefully being here can change that. I have a big love for pedals so that's my main priority here. If anyone can help, how can I start with understanding how everything works?
 
Welcome to diyAudio she.
One of the best ways to learn is a little at a time. When you see or hear a term, google it.
For example, look up voltage then look up amperage. Then look up wattage and see how they are related. It goes on and on. You will never know it all but after a while you will become more comfortable with the words being tossed around.

Also, when you ask questions of the members, be sure and ask only a couple at a time. It will be good for both of you.
 
I'm she! I'm trying to get into understanding how everything audio works, because as of right now the only thing I know is that you put little thingies together and it makes your audio signal come out wonky in a really nice way.
I have 0 experience in anything but hopefully being here can change that. I have a big love for pedals so that's my main priority here. If anyone can help, how can I start with understanding how everything works?

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