Also spelled or known as: Side-chaining
What does Sidechaining mean?
Using one sound to manipulate another sound.
Sidechaining is taking one sound and using it to manipulate another sound. Sidechaining is found on compressors, gates, limiters, expanders, etc. It can also be found on vocoders, synthesizers, and other effects.
Example sentence: “I used sidechaining on the song.”
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