Originally Posted by Purpleb
Interesting. Would this be done by throwing on a CF-101 on the Delayed channel with a light flanger type of setting????
You would want to go through the flanger first then the delay right????
You don't need a flanger in the signal chain when you have the delay. What I meant was that by modulating the delay length you are practically creating a flanger effect, because flanger works by delaying a signal and modulating the delay length and mixing the delayed version with the original. The difference here is that the original signal is panned to the opposite side of the delayed signal, so the actual flanger effect isn't really heard (unless you switch the output to mono).