from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An electronic device or software that alters the sound of an instrument by combining out-of-phase copies of its original sound.
- n. A mechanical device used to remove ice and snow from railway lines.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A flanging-machine.
- n. Same as snow-flange.
- n. In mech. and ship-building: A mechanic skilled in flanging metal plates. Also called flange-turner.
- n. Same as flanging-machine.
You already saw how to make a ringtone using only iTunes, but iRinger brings audio effects (like fade in and out, flanger, and delay) and video support to its single, simple interface.
Portland now has flanger for use on both the LRT line when it runs on girder rail and on the streetcar.
You already saw how to make a ringtone using only iTunes, but iRinger brings audio effects like fade in and out, flanger, and delay and video support to its single, simple interface.
It sorta seems driven by that cure flanger sound, which i always liked. what is it with europeans and girly bikes anyway.
Mostly settled into a minimal bassline of a long low D, pulloff for a short A & mute for silence, aiming for 3 sine wave cycles of the hearing tone generator as 4/4 with the D a whole note and the A a 1/4 note, then silence for the rest, reminiscent of a foghorn run through a flanger.
- A body flanger which bends over the ends of the cylinder to form a flange into which the lid and base are sealed.
Between the C bridge and Potter's Gap they spent two days with a rotary and a flanger and three consolidated engines and went home, leaving everything swept clean, only to learn in the morning that west of the gap there were four feet of fresh snow clear to Rozelle.
Medicine Bend, composed of a rotary, a flanger, and five locomotives had passed that point at 9 A.M. for the eighth district.
Does require a phase shifter and a flanger to get the true Pink Floyd sound.
I use a Peavey amp and a crybaby wah with a flanger and a