Flanger is a stereophonic effect that creates a "sweeping" or "jet engine" sound in the audio signal. This can be great for creating an "other-worldly" or "mind-bending" characteristic to your audio. The effect comes with several presets to choose from, so you can try out different settings to get the desired result you're looking for. You can apply the effect from the Audio Effects section of the Properties Panel.

Descript editor with numbered steps for adding a flanger to a layer's audio


Parameter Description
Modes Switches between mono (the effect is the same in both channels) and stereo effect modes.
Mix The percentage of effect you would like applied where 0% equals no Flanger effect (original signal only) and 100% is fully saturated.
Depth Determines the amount of delay between the primary and secondary signals.
LFO The length in beats between the highest and lowest "jet" sound.
Tempo The beats per minute (bpm) of the current audio.
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