By David Franz | Monday, July 2, 2012
Ableton Live is an incredibly versatile digital audio workstation that allows you to be really creative in many different ways. One tried and true creative tool that DJs, mix engineers, and live performers have been using for years is delay effect. Delay effects delay or hold a copy of a signal for a user-defined amount of time, and add a sense of depth or dimension to the overall sound of a song when mixed back in with the un-processed signal. Creatively using delay effect can add depth and interest to just about any song, and the family of Ableton Live delay effects is extensive including both modulation-rich effects like flanging, face-shifting, and chorusing, and modulation-free effects like doubling, echo, and slapback.
When applying a Simple Delay effect in Ableton Live, there are a number of parameters that you have to tweak to create your own unique delayed sound. Above, the Feedback control and delay time settings are adjusted to establish number of repeats and how long it takes for the signal to be repeated.
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