The proper applications of Time and Pitch Modulation to your mix
- [Voiceover] So, there's some subtle differences…between how phase shifting, and flanging work.…And, also how they hit our ears.…And there's some technical differences as well,…but really they are pretty much the same idea.…Where you're taking one signal,…duplicating it, and moving that duplicated signal…in time back and forth…through parameters like depth and speed.…Let's take a little harder look…at the differences in sounds…and some of the cooler applications…I found for flanging and phasing.…
We're gonna use Allen Stone's "Pressure".…So, the first thing I wanna demonstrate…is how you can effectively recreate…that old 60's effects…which was used so famously…on "Sky Pilot" by Eric Burdon and The Animals.…It's maybe the first time the public…really got a good dose of flanging technique.…And, that's by flanging the entire mix.…Now, you probably know this,…but flanging is a term created…from the actual act of…applying a braking device…like your hand or your fingertips…to the flange of a reel of tape,…to slow it down or change the speed of it.…
- Choosing the right reverb
- Adding digital delay
- Tuning your mix
- Phase shifting and flanging
- Increasing drum power and presence
- Driving home the groove with acoustic guitars
- Adding sheer volume to your mix
- Affecting the effects
- Making the chorus "pop"
- Knowing when your mix is done
Skill Level Intermediate
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