Reverb occurs naturally when a sound is created in an enclosed space, and reflects from the walls. This effect can be created digitally, and is most noticeable when a sound cuts out suddenly and then continues to echo, slowly getting quieter.
The delay/echo sound effect will let you hear your sound rebounded back at you. It’s simply the same sound, repeated again and again.
Flanging is a type of phasing where two signals are introduced milliseconds apart, and then the two signals are mixed together. The delay time is varied, creating a whooshing or jet plane like effect.
This feature gives you the ability to create the classic DJ effect of scratching a vinyl record while playing.
The DJ software lets you repeat certain effects or parts of a song as much as you want. It started with CDJ players, where there was a “loop in” and “loop out” pair of buttons. You had to time precisely when you hit the buttons to get the perfect loop.
Also known as pitch bend, pitch shifting allows you to change the pitch of the music.
The software features a graph that will illustrate the vibration/wave of the track that is currently playing.
Ping Pong delay is one of the most used effects in electronic music. It creates a wide stereo effect, bouncing from left to right. It can be really dramatic and is often used to build up momentum with things like drum crash sounds.
An effect produced by running a signal through an allpass filter, and then combining it with the original signal. This produces a comb filter response, which creates a whirling type sound effect. This is more subtle than a flanging effect, and commonly found in ‘70s rock and jazz.