Building interesting effects with delay effect processing


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Building interesting effects with delay effect processing

In this video, we will learn about delay effect devices and how they can help turn a stale mix into a much more interesting song. Delays are devices that delay or hold a copy of a signal for a user-defined amount of time. When the delayed signal is mixed back in with the unprocessed signal, it adds a sense of depth, or dimension. There are several types of delay effects devices, which are defined by the amount of delay time and the presence, or lack, of modulation. For example, doubling, echo, slap back, repeating delay effects typically don't use modulation, whereas flanging, phase shifting, and chorusing do.

So I have got a track set up here called Simple Delay. And I have got a virtual instrument plug in on it and of couple of different delay devices that we are going to look at. So first of all, I will play a note, so that we can hear that we don't have any delay. (Music playing.) I am going to activate this first delay by clicking on the Activator button. And let's take a...

Building interesting effects with delay effect processing
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Building interesting effects with delay effect processing provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Rick Schmunk as part of the Ableton Live 8 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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Ableton Live
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