flanging


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flanging

(ˈflændʒɪŋ)
n
1. (Electronics) an audio effect that results when the same signal is played from two sources with a minute but variable time delay between them
2. (Pop Music) an audio effect that results when the same signal is played from two sources with a minute but variable time delay between them
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The company has two styles of an optical flanging system to enhance winding accuracy when used with Uhing traverse winding drives.