Adding effects to thicken the sound


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Adding effects to thicken the sound

So, let's take a look at the effects section of the EVP88. So, I'm going to open up the hood and, let's just listen to our bass sound that we have. (music playing) So, that sounds good. It's a little bit stereo, so I'm going to adjust the Stereo intensity of the SuitcaseMK1 model. So, now it's going to be more focused in the center. (music playing) Okay, there we go. So I've got this EQ down here, and I can adjust the treble and the bass. It's kind of nice, a very simple interface, and it's going to either be a shelving filter or a peaking filter-- that depends on the model you choose--but they have it optimized for the particular electric piano models.

So, if I play a note, I will adjust the treble, you can hear it really brings out the bell portion of the sound. Or I can take away the treble. It's a little bit more mellow. And then if I want to set this back to the center, I can just Option+Click. With the bass, we can crank up the bass and play a ...

Adding effects to thicken the sound
Video duration: 4m 40s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Adding effects to thicken the sound provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Brian Trifon as part of the Virtual Instruments in Logic Pro

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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