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Re: Filter or Phasing effect in dance music

That's sort of it. The group Kaskade, one of my favs, does a great job at this.

Intro of this:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVFR3k0xMtc

Intro of this:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Xo8At6XEqE


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Are you talking about this (at the beginning of this clip)? That's a
low pass filter with the cutoff being raised for the first 12 bars.


I'd never seen this video before. It's pretty fun.

Matt Davignon
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Kris Hartung <krispen.hartung@gmail.com> was all:
I often hear this effect in dance music where the put some sort of filter or
phasing on the entire mix and it rises slowing...sounds almost like an
evolving high pass filter or maybe a phasor. Anyone know how to do this?
It usually builds up over a duration of 8-16 measure and then drops out
immediately on the down beat.
I don't have a sound clip on hand, but it is a VERY common device used in
dance music in discos and dance clubs.