Setting the tuning parameters


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Setting the tuning parameters

Let's take a look at the tuning parameters in the EVP88. If you look over here, we've got the Stretch tuning parameters, and what these are going to do is deviate away from equal temperament tuning. So, the Upper knob, it's going to take the upper range of the keyboard and it's going to tune it slightly sharp. So when I increase this by turning it to the right, it's going to take the higher notes and make them a little bit more sharp. The Lower dial, what this will do is it will make the lower notes a little bit more flat.

So I move this one in the opposite direction. So zero is over to the right and full, so this is detuning, in flat, I move this over to the left. So the reason they have the Stretch tuning parameters is so that EVP88 can blend along well with a grand piano, because a grand piano isn't actually equal temperament tuning. It has stretch tuning. So what that means is that the upper ranges and the lower ranges are slightly detuned, so the upper range is ...

Setting the tuning parameters
Video duration: 1m 54s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Setting the tuning 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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