– any devices used for fading (causing the sound to die away); usually a button that slides along a track or slot
– defines the length of time the delayed sound will repeat before decaying
- Ableton Live offers three file browsers which can be accessed via their selector buttons on the left side of the programme display. They will list files containing MIDI and audio, and more programme-specific files such as live clips and live sets.
– the type of audio format the file is to be stored as (e.g. MP3, wav, aiff, etc.)
– sections of music, commonly one bar long, designed to lead from one major section of music into the next
– an effect which allows the user to alter the sound of a clip by blocking out certain sounds and accentuating others. Filter effects can act on sounds/waveforms in many ways, controlling parameters such as the EQ, pan and phase.
– provides three independent delay lines, each preceded by linked low-pass and high-pass filters
– the process of filtering in or out a frequency in a sweeping fashion
– a time-based audio effect that occurs when two identical signals are mixed together, but with one signal time-delayed by a small and gradually changing amount – usually smaller than 20ms (milliseconds). This produces a swept ‘comb filter’ effect.
– the number of vibrations in a sound wave per unit of time; usually measured in hertz (Hz), where one hertz equals one cycle per second. High-pitched sounds have higher frequencies and low-pitched sounds have lower frequencies.
Fuzz Distortion Setting
– a distortion preset in Reason
FX Channel Track
– a track containing an FX unit that processes audio routed from an audio or MIDI track