Understanding the types of modulation


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Understanding the types of modulation

Modulation refers to an external signal that varies a signal of an instrument or a vocal and volume, timing or pitch. This includes effects like Chorus, Flanging and Phasing, which are pretty standard mixing tools, to trim along vibrato, which you use mostly on Guitars and Electric Pianos. While all modulation effects certainly don't sound the same, not many mixers know the difference between them. In this video, I am going to demonstrate the differences between different types of modulation effects. So there are three main types of modulation effects that you usually use during a mix down.

One is Phase Shift, one is Chorus, the other one is Flange. Chorus, is the most popular of all three, but let's start with the Flanger. First of all let's take a listen to it. (Music playing) Flanger is a pretty dramatic effect and it was first derived in 60s by the playback of a song on two different tape recorders at the same time. By slowing one of the machines down by placing your finger ...

Understanding the types of modulation
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Understanding the types of modulation provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Bobby Owsinski as part of the Audio Mixing Bootcamp

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