Type: noun, effect
What does Jitter mean?
The modulation effect that creates randomness to the modulated parameter.
Jitter is the modulation effect that creates randomness to the modulated parameter. For example, an LFO might have a jitter control that allows it to drift off its current value to add more of a human feel.
Example sentence: “I used a jitter on it.”
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