#2
flanging gets some wierd effect besides modulation i guess.
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#4
Listen to some soundclips.
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Flanger sounds like an airplane and phaser sounds like...just about any Incubus song haha
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Flanger sounds like an airplane and phaser sounds like...just about any Incubus song haha

Don't be knocking one of the greatest bands ever

Although, I will admit, through almost all of Make Yourself, Einziger used a flange or a phase. Sounded amazing though, so I can't complain.
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#7
Lol I went and just compared them for you.

To me, the Phaser sounds like spacious stuff, like all those funky galactic sounds.

Flanger is kinda the sound you get when you run your fingers/nails over coiled strings, over and over again.

But they're both pretty similar

I'd go and try them for yourself though, because i'm sure my descriptions helped a lot
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