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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.
In this course, we'll be covering many basic and advanced topics about delay and modulation, but we break the process down step by step so that all of these effects are easily understood. I'll demonstrate some approaches and then you'll get the chance to do it yourself. I designed this course to be accessible to everyone at all levels of audio experience, but rest assured, if you're new to this, you will not be left behind. However, you'll find it quite helpful to have some basic working knowledge of a digital audio workstation.
If you need a refresher on the basics of digital audio recording, mixing, and signal flow, you may want to check out the Essential Training Course appropriate for your digital audio workstation in the lynda.com Online Training Library. Otherwise, if you're ready, I'm ready. Let's get started.
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