Customizing the string parameters


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Customizing the string parameters

Let's take a look at the Excite, Click, and String parameters of the EVD6. So, the original D6 had rubber hammers that would strike and therefore excite the string, so we can emulate the characteristics of that with the Excite parameters. So, we have Shape and Brilliance. So, Shape adjusts the attack shape, allowing us to emulate the hardness of the rubber hammer. So, if I increase the amount of Shape then we're going to have a harder attack. (music playing) And if I decrease it, you have less attack. (music playing) Beneath that, we have the Brilliance control.

So, this is going to be the harmonic balance during the attack portion of the sound. So, if I increase, it we'll have a brighter sound. (music playing) And if I decrease it, it's going to be darker. (music playing) Beneath that we have the Click parameters. What this is referencing is on the original D6, as the rubber hammers would age, when you play a note and release it, it would create a clicking sound. So, we can emul...

Customizing the string parameters
Video duration: 4m 25s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Customizing the string parameters 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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