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Get more out of your phaser

by Kim Lajoie on January 23, 2012

You’ve probably got a phaser somewhere in your studio. Maybe several. They can usually be found lurking in your workstation keyboards, your plugin folder, your sampler or maybe your stompbox collection. And unless you’re into trance or psychedelic rock, you’ve probably tried one out, heard a silly whooshing noise and then decided to never use […]

Using chorus, phaser or stereo imager

by Kim Lajoie on January 1, 2009

Chorus┬áChoruses create a “doubled” sound by adding a delayed copy of the sound. The delay time is very short (usually less than 40ms) so it blends with the original sound (and doesn’t sound like two different sounds). Flangers are a special case of chorus effects where the delay time is usually less than 15ms. To […]