#1
I'm not sure if this is in the right forum so feel free to redirect me and I'll delete this and recreate the thread...


But what effects are most common to achieve that wavering lead sound in trance music? You know, where there will be one note or one short riff over and over but it slowly changes?
#2
I think you mean a wah pedal
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#3
Use a filter, you need to automate the resonance and cutoff values.
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#4
i use a phaser for that sorta stuff
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Use a filter, you need to automate the resonance and cutoff values.



Hmm, is there anywhere you would suggest where I could read into this further? (I don't entirely understand what that means, but I want to learn)