Adjusting Global voice settings


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Adjusting Global voice settings

Let's take a look at the Global and Voice settings in EXS24. So up top you can see there is three Voice modes: Legato, Mono, and Poly. Right now we are in Poly mode. That means we can play polyphonically. So we have our voice setting to 16 voices, but we can up that all the way to 64 voices to play 64 voices at once. Mono mode means we can just play one voice at a time. One of the interesting aspects of mono mode is that we can retrigger notes. So if I play a note and then I play a note that's higher and I let go off that higher note, it retriggers the lower note.

Legato mode in some ways is similar to mono, in that it's monophonic, but it doesn't retrigger the envelope when you are playing notes that are adjacent to each other, in terms of their timing. So if I increase the attack time on our Amp envelope, the first note that I play, it's going to fade in, but the following notes, it's not going to retrigger the envelopes, so you'll hear them right away. (music...

Adjusting Global voice settings
Video duration: 3m 14s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Adjusting Global voice settings 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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