Using delay-based effects: Chorus/Flanger and Phaser


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Using delay-based effects: Chorus/Flanger and Phaser

I want to talk about what I call the delay-based effects: Chorus/Flanger and Phaser. Now with Chorus/Flanger, you're really getting two effects in one, Chorus and Flanger. Chorus adds some multiple short delays and a little bit of feedback to get kind of a thicker sound. It sounds like maybe more than one person might be talking or singing at once. Flanger is a holdover from the psychedelic 60s, when they had reel-to-reel tape drives. You had to take two reel-to-reel tapes of the same sound, the same piece, play them and record them to another reel-to- reel, and as you were you playing those two reel-to-reel drives at the same time, you would take your finger and touch the flange, Touch the plastic around the reel-to-reel, to slow it down.

And you can do that back and forth on both reels, to kind of give you the sort of wa-wa effect. Thus came the name Flanger. Let's work on the Chorus Effect first. So, we've have got the Chorus/Flanger Effect applied to with this vocalist. We'...

Using delay-based effects: Chorus/Flanger and Phaser
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Using delay-based effects: Chorus/Flanger and Phaser provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Soundbooth CS5 Essential Training

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