Learn how Ableton Live’s Filter Delay can create a mono-friendly Haas Effect
It turns out that combining a filter with a delay opens the floodgates for experimentation
You’re probably familiar with spatial effects like delay and reverb. How often do you apply filters to these effects to create different textures in your mix? Ableton Live’s Filter Delay does this for you, applying three duplicates of your signal across left, right and left+right channels. This opens up some seriously interesting possibilities, especially when combined with its ability to offset timings.
In this Ableton Live Tutorials video, Liam O’Mullane gives you a walkthrough of Live’s Filter Delay. You’ll learn how the parameters on the device manipulate the sound, plus you’ll learn how to harness its power to create a Haas Effect on your music for an expanded stereo image.
Other lessons in our Ableton Live Tutorials series so far include:
- Creating a template
- Gating and sidechaining
- Creative Sidechaining
- Shaping sounds with Multiband Compressor
- Saving CPU
- Converting audio to MIDI
- Understanding Reverb and Convolution Reverb
- Arpeggiator MIDI effect
- Vinyl Distortion and Erosion
- Hooking up MIDI controllers
- Using Cue Mode
- Grain Delay
- Drum Buss device
- Spectrum and EQ Eight analyser
- Exploring Live’s Resonators
- Moving your Ableton Live Library
Those of you who already know Live inside and out, but are looking to explore other DAWs may want to check out our Logic Tips Series, following a similar pattern to this course.
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