Often times it is the most simple of procedures that result in the coolest sounds, like this awesome simulated delay effect made possible by LFO modulation.
There are a lot of people out there who will argue that there is nothing original in music, and even audio production for that matter, because they feel that new innovations in sound are actually just doing something that was already done years ago just with a different tool. Here is a shining example of that kind of thing in action. We all know that a simple delay is a nice effect to add to a sound to add some development and interest to a project. We also know that NI Massive only gives us a couple of FX slots to work with on any given instrument we create with it. Now, of course, we can turn to our DAW for any added effects that are unavailable to us within Massive, but there is sometimes a need to add an effect into the original sound. So here is a great way to achieve some delay/echo like effects through the use of an LFO.
A big thanks to YouTube user wwwJoJoGocom goes out again for yet another simple and clearly presented tutorial that is useful for most users out there. As you can see in the video it’s quite easy to do, really. Generate any sound, extent the amp envelope’s release a bit apply a filter and modulate the cutoff with an LFO controller set to generate a square wave and sync the rate to your get your desired effect.
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