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Introduction to DAW: GarageBand: Modulation

GarageBand has more options than you'd expect from an entry level app which makes this easy to use DAW so much more fun to use! This guide will help you get started with your GarageBand app.

Disrupting the Signal

There's a lot to the history of amplified music and the beginning demonstrated a lot of ingenuity and innovation. Effects like flange, phase, tremolo, and even octave pedals are the pedals we are exploring as well as the changes in pitch and frequencies that make these unique guitar sounds.

A bit of background information on modulation is important. Our library collection can help define some of therms discussed in the videos below.

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Boss

Flanger

Boss

Super Chorus

MXR

phase 90

Earth Quaker

Pyramids

EHX

Small Clone

tc electronic

Vortex

EHX

Small Stone

             

Don Leslie: Pioneer of Mod Effects

Phase / Chorus / Flange Explained

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