Series or Parallel?


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Series or Parallel?

One of the really cool features of ES2's filter section here is that it can be routed in either a series or in parallel. So the signal, remember, we are going to generate with the oscillators. That's where we get our super-cool sound from. And then it gets mixed in this mixed triangle here. And then from there, the signal is going to flow into the filter's input, so filter 1 here. And then it gets filtered down. And then the output of filter 1 goes into the input of filter 2, and from there, the signal goes to the amplifier. So that's a series routing.

So to parallel what's happening is our oscillator signal is being summed in this mix triangle, and then the signal is going two places at the same time. It's going to go into filter one and it's also going to go into filter two. And then those get combined in the amplifier section. So that's the parallel routing. So let's explore some of the possibilities of what we can do with the series routing. First I w...

Series or Parallel?
Video duration: 6m 34s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Series or Parallel? 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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