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  • n. Plural form of flanger.


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  • Out of the house he plumped, to the waiting double-header of locomotives attached to the rotary, and the other engines, parked on the switches, with their wedge ploughs, jull-ploughs, flangers, and tunnel wideners.

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  • JACK to route MIDI inputs to a software synthesizer, then a flangers and a compression effect, and then on to your sequencer suite of choice.

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  • Some people combine effects as well like chorus with phasers with flangers, etc.

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  • Just about every electric musician has messed about with shape-shifting flangers and delays at some point, but

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  • This is the most distinguishing feature between phasers and flangers (which are often regarded as somehow similar).

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  • Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad engineer Evan Buchanan, top, watches as chief engineer Steve Otten shovels snow out from behind the plow and flangers of the engine on Friday afternoon near the Durango Public Library.

  • I don't really like flangers tbh, chorus pedals sound cool but I can't really use them for solos.

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  • Guess what, they are really not that bad at all including flangers, compressors, chorus, tremolo, wah's, delays, phase shifter and reverbs!

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  • It is probably one of the best chorus and flangers on the market

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  • We wish Numark had included an effects section of filters, flangers, and delays, or at least thought to add an effects-loop output for external effects -- but it's not a deal-breaker.



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