In this week’s podcast you’ll learn all about:
• What modulation effects are and how they work
• The Chorus and Flanger effects and how they impact your tone
• The sound of Wah-Wah effects, and why they combine well with distortion effects
• Pitch-shifter effects (including octaver effects)
You can subscribe to the Bass Tone podcast in iTunes, or your favourite podcasting program using the feeds below:
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You can also download this episode directly:
Bass Tone Podcast – Part 6
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The podcast is an M4A (AAC) file, which should play back on most modern audio software and portable music players. If you have any problems downloading or playing the file please let us know.
Have you crafted your distinctive personal bass tone yet? Found a bass effect that really sets you apart? Share your experience in the comments below!
This is the last podcast in the Bass Tone podcast series. If you’ve enjoyed it, please let Nick know!
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