I was watching a video of the legendary Bob Pease, in which he says that the regular LM324/LM358 is not a low distortion amplifier, however, if you add a 10K resistor from the output of the opamp to the negative supply rail, then, distortion is greatly reduced.
It appears that in the video they are using bipolar power supplies, so my question is: if im using an LM324/LM358 with a single supply, say 9V and ground, will adding a resistor from the output to ground also lower the distortion? I must add that im adding a 4.5V bias to the input of the opamp so the output is idle at 4.5V. The following schematic displays what I'm doing
The video link is the following: Whats All This Distortion Stuff, Anyhow?