Audio Digital Signal Processors (DSPs) are specialized Digital Signal Processors (DSPs) used to digitally process audio signals. They are typically used to process signals from analog audio sources such as microphones, guitar pickups, turntables, etc. These processors manipulate the audio signals by altering the signal's frequency, amplitude, and timbre. This manipulation can include tasks such as equalization, reverberation, noise reduction, and dynamic range compression. Audio DSPs are commonly used in sound recording, playback, and mixing, as well as audio signal processing for live performances.