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De grote online raadgever van Thomann: Modulation Effects Pedals

2. Definition

In the field of electronics, the term ‘modulation’ refers to various ways of combining two signals, usually a fixed-frequency ‘carrier’ signal and a variable ‘message’ signal, enabling a communication or
AudioGenerally used to mean "sound"; technically it describes periodic fluctuations of air pressure or electrical energy at frequencies and amplitudes within the human range of hearing; sound, or electrical energy that represents sound; acoustic, mechanical, or electrical frequencies corresponding to normally audible sound waves.
audio
signal to be transmitted efficiently. This concept is central to radio and TV broadcasting, telephone services and internet communication. Many different types of
ModulationThe varying of some property of a waveform, usually in response to another signal. For example, in amplitude modulation (AM), one signal is used to vary the amplitude of another; in frequency modulation (FM), one signal varies the frequency of the other.
modulation
are used, although most are some form of either ‘amplitude’ or ‘frequency’
ModulationThe varying of some property of a waveform, usually in response to another signal. For example, in amplitude modulation (AM), one signal is used to vary the amplitude of another; in frequency modulation (FM), one signal varies the frequency of the other.
modulation
. Even a brief discussion of these processes would quickly get very technical indeed – for now it’s enough to know that they exist!

In the realm of
AudioGenerally used to mean "sound"; technically it describes periodic fluctuations of air pressure or electrical energy at frequencies and amplitudes within the human range of hearing; sound, or electrical energy that represents sound; acoustic, mechanical, or electrical frequencies corresponding to normally audible sound waves.
audio
EffectsGeneral term applied to audio processors for dynamics, time, ambience and equalisation whether in the form of 19" rack units, guitar floor pedals, or software plug-ins.
effects
, the term is used rather more loosely to describe a number of
EffectsGeneral term applied to audio processors for dynamics, time, ambience and equalisation whether in the form of 19" rack units, guitar floor pedals, or software plug-ins.
effects
which are produced by applying one of these processes to an
AudioGenerally used to mean "sound"; technically it describes periodic fluctuations of air pressure or electrical energy at frequencies and amplitudes within the human range of hearing; sound, or electrical energy that represents sound; acoustic, mechanical, or electrical frequencies corresponding to normally audible sound waves.
audio
signal in order to achieve a particular sound. We’ll concentrate here on the sounds produced, but understanding a few technicalities can help to make things clearer.

Popular
ModulationThe varying of some property of a waveform, usually in response to another signal. For example, in amplitude modulation (AM), one signal is used to vary the amplitude of another; in frequency modulation (FM), one signal varies the frequency of the other.
modulation
EffectsGeneral term applied to audio processors for dynamics, time, ambience and equalisation whether in the form of 19" rack units, guitar floor pedals, or software plug-ins.
effects
include
Chorus1) A delay-based effect that simulates the sound of a group of the same instruments. Regarded as a soft modulation, effect it can create rich textures through phasing and mixing of layers. 2) The part of a song that acts as a recurring theme or refrain.
chorus
,
FlangeA modulation effect originally produced by using synchronised tape machines with identical signals and slowing one machine down by pressing on the flange of one of the tape reels.
flanging
, phasing and
Tremolo1) An effect caused by periodic fluctuations in the volume of a note or chord, produced naturally by some singers but more commonly encountered as a guitar effect. 2) A common synonym for the guitar vibrato arm (whammy bar), in almost universal use even though it is technically incorrect: vibrato is the correct term as the arm produces variations in pitch, not volume.
tremolo
. Today’s musicians routinely reach for
EffectsGeneral term applied to audio processors for dynamics, time, ambience and equalisation whether in the form of 19" rack units, guitar floor pedals, or software plug-ins.
effects
pedals, rack units or plug-ins to achieve sounds which were originally produced by mechanical means, whether by using dedicated hardware or tricks of the trade to
Coaxial CableAn electrical cable consisting of an insulated conducting core surrounded by a metal mesh or woven shield. Commonly used in telecommunications and digital audio cables.
coax
unusual sounds out of ordinary studio and stage equipment.

Let’s take a closer look at both the origins of some of these sounds, and their contemporary versions.

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