In his latest tutorial, Seed to Stage shows you how to control, shape and experiment with feedback loops.
Feedback loops are created when an audio signal is sent from an input to an output and then back into itself. When this happens accidentally it can be more than a little unpleasant, but setting up a feedback loop with a limiter and controllable parameters can open a whole new set of sound design possibilities.
Learn how placing a band pass filter in your feedback chain can generate ghostly reverberations or how a simple delay device can produce otherworldly soundboxes through Karplus-Strong synthesis. Plus, find out how to use feedback loops to create spectral chord stabs, unusual harmonics, risers, cascading pitch modulations and more.