The Phaser effect is generally used to give electronic effect to natural sounds.
Use the Play buttons to listen to and compare the sound before and after applying the Phaser effect:
All effects and filters are applied in the same way in AVS Audio Editor. For detailed step-by-step instructions on how to apply effects to your audio files, click here.
The phaser effect is created by means of passing a band of frequencies through a phase shifter and then mixing them with the original audio signal. The original and affected signals, when mixed, will cancel each other and create a notch if they are out of phase. If, however, they are partially out of phase, then partial cancellations occur. The phase shifter will change the phase of the signal by 180° at its center notch frequency (thus, putting the original and affected sound out of phase and cancelling them). The band of frequencies around the center notch frequency that will be affected by the phase shifter is determinaed by the Q factor.
The following Phaser settings are available for editing:
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