Enabling key follow on the filter


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Enabling key follow on the filter

So let's explore the lowpass filter in ES P. So much like the lowpass filter that we saw in ES M and ES E, this has an independent resonance control. And just so you remember, a lowpass filter is going to cut out the high frequencies. So if I'm playing a note here, and I bring this filter frequency cutoff down, you can hear the high frequencies are disappearing. You can see the waveform looks more like a sine wave. That's because all the higher harmonics are getting filtered out.

So if we take a look at the resonance control, what that is, it is basically, at our frequency cutoff point, it's a little peak, or boost, in the EQ, exactly where the cutoff is. So the way you'll hear that is it sounds more like a valve, or has a resonant ringing quality, especially if you have a lot of resonance. So I'll put this somewhere in the middle. You can hear that. (music playing) And if I give this an extreme amount of resonance, you can hear a lot another pitch happening in the...

Enabling key follow on the filter
Video duration: 6m 9s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Enabling key follow on the filter 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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