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In this installment of Foundations of Audio, author Alex U. Case explains the fundamentals of delay and modulation effects and how to apply these effects, technically and creatively, to improve the sound of a mix. The course covers adjusting individual parameters such as delay time, level, and feedback; working with long delays to create echoes, enhance groove, and add support; using delay modulation for chorus and doubling effects; and dialing-in spectral effects from delay, such as flanging. This course also includes Get in the Mix (GITM) sessions for both Avid Pro Tools and Apple Logic Pro. Exercise files are also included with the course.
If you're a premium member of the lynda.com Online Training Library, or if you're watching this tutorial on a DVD-ROM, you also have access to the raw audio material used to create the exercise content as well as all other audio examples featured in this course. Inside the exercise files folder, you'll find a folder for each chapter containing the WAV files used throughout the course. These files can be imported into your own digital audio workstation and used to follow along with the material. If you're a monthly member or annual member of lynda.com, you don't have access to the raw audio files, but you can follow along from scratch with your own assets.
For members at all subscription levels, I've provided you with guided exercise content in the form of Get in the Mix demonstration sessions that you can open up in your own DAW. Watch the video about Get In The Mix content to learn more about this unique learning experience. So let's get started.
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