Modulating with the LFO's


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Modulating with the LFO's

So, so far we have looked at the sound engine sculpture. That's this whole area up top. So down below that, we have got the Modulation section. So we've got a couple of LFOs, the Morph envelope and the Control envelopes. Let's focus on the left side, the LFOs. LFO stands for Low Frequency Oscillator. So what it does is it generates a periodic waveform, much like an oscillator you'd have on a synthesizer. But instead of being an audible signal, it's sending a control signal to modulate a particular parameter. So in the case of Sculpture, it's going to modulate some aspect of our sound engine.

So first what I want to do is set up a sound that we can modulate. So I have got object 1, on and I have got this plucked sound, but what I want to do is have it a little bit more sustain. So I am going to give it less media loss. (music playing) There we go! So now looking at this LFO, I have to decide, okay, well what do I want to modulate? So I can go over here to the target area...

Modulating with the LFO's
Video duration: 8m 9s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Modulating with the LFO's 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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