Tweaking the Overdrive and Chorus settings


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Tweaking the Overdrive and Chorus settings

One way to really add to the sounds you're creating in ES P is to take advantage of its built-in Chorus and Overdrive effects. So the Chorus effect, basically what's that going to do is it's going mix in a delayed and detuned version of the signal back with the original. So I'll play the sound. This is with no Chorus right now. (music playing) So it's fairly static sound, fairly upfront, and so I'll bring in the Chorus effect. (music playing) So you can immediately hear that it makes the stereo image of it, makes it definitely more stereo, and it brings more movement into the sound.

It also pushes it a little bit further into the background. It's, like, wider but further back. So let's listen to it without Chorus. (music playing) So it's upfront, very centered, and not all that stereo. And then with Chorus, it's wider, but it's also going to push it back further in the context of the mix. We can also use the Overdrive. That's the other built-in...

Tweaking the Overdrive and Chorus settings
Video duration: 2m 34s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Tweaking the Overdrive and Chorus settings provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Brian Trifon as part of the Virtual Instruments in Logic Pro

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Logic Pro
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