Flanger Effect

The Flanger effect works in much the same way as the Chorus effect, but it uses a significantly shorter delay time. In addition, the effect signal can be fed back into the input of the delay line.

Flanging is typically used to create changes that are described as adding a spacey or underwater quality to input signals.

Figure. Flanger effect window.
  • Feedback slider and field: Determines the amount of the effect signal that is routed back into the input. This can change the tonal color and/or make the sweeping effect more pronounced. Negative Feedback values invert the phase of the routed signal.
  • Rate knob and field: Defines the frequency (the speed) of the LFO.
  • Intensity slider and field: Determines the modulation amount.
  • Mix slider and field: Determines the balance between dry and wet signals.