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Old 2011-04-15, 03:21
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Frequency Isolation FX using Phase Cancellation

I have created 8 FX combinators in the attached Zip file that explore the concept of Frequency Isolation using Phase Cancellation.
The idea is fairly simple - run an audio signal into the combinator. This audio goes into a thor and in the MBRS section audio out 1/2, and inverted audio (-100) out 3/4, is patched into seperate channels on a line mixer. The audio will completely Phase Cancel out and you will hear nothing.
Insert an EQ on one of the channels before the Line Mixer.
With this EQ you can then isolate frequencies that can be then sent through FX after the line mixer.
In all the examples, for illustrative purposes, I am sending the isolated frequencies through a Scream.
Use the Gain Knob (+/-) to introduce the effect.

Included are:
- Single Parametric phase isolator
- Dual Parametric phase isolator
- Lo Shelf phase isolator
- Hi Shelf phase isolator
- Lo & Hi Shelf phase isolator
- Lo & Hi Shelf phase isolator (opposite)
- Lo Shelf & Parametric phase isolator
- Parametric & Hi Shelf phase isolator
Attached Files
File Type: zip Phase Inversion FX.zip (14.2 KB, 60 views)

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