Learn about sculpting rich organ sounds.
- [Instructor] Now we're going to move along…to the vintage B-3.…This is an emulation of the classic Hammond B-3 organ.…Let's jump over to the main screen here.…This is what you'll see when you first open it up,…and probably see the controls area over there.…Now, B-3 organs have been used in 20th century…and 21st century music all over the place.…Everywhere from churches to blues bands, soul bands,…solo organ, baseball games.…They're a really classic sound,…and very recognizable and this is a very cool emulation.…
(organ music)…That sounds really cool.…And if we go through some of the presets,…we can get a lot of different kinds of vibes.…Like here's a pop organ from the '80s.…(organ music)…do more of a ballad type vibe.…And then if we get over to Bebop it's a little more…(organ music)…tucked in.…(organ music)…There's a lot of different stuff that we can look at here,…and we can also get a little heavier.…Like heavy metal organ, my favorite.…
(organ music)…That's a little heavy for me, but hey,…to each his own.…Let's go over to classic funk organ.…
- Using oscillators to build sounds
- Creating rich and expressive tones
- Adding movement via modulation
- Using tuning and randomness to sculpt sounds
- Adding effects
- Vocoder setup
- Customizing presets
- Loop slicing
- Multi-output routing
- Building custom drum kits
- Shaping drum transients and sustain
Skill Level Intermediate
Get in the Mix with Logic Prowith Brian Lee White2h 26m Intermediate
1. Vintage Vibe
2. Basic Synthesizers
4. Advanced Synthesizers
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