Time domain effects

From Musipedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Definition

Effects such as phasing, flanging, chorus, slapback echo and delay.

Time domain effects are created by taking a sound source, copying it and delaying the copy in relative time to the original sound, then adding them together to adjust the feedback control to create more than one repeat of the copy, the modulation width can be adjusted to vary the pitch of the copy and lastly the speed can be adjusted to control the frequency rate of the copy. The copy is then mixed with the original sound.

Examples

Related concepts