Understanding the signal flow of the ES P


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Understanding the signal flow of the ES P

Let's explore the signal flow for ES P. Much like we saw with ES M and ES E, the signal flows from the left side to the right. So, over on the left here, we've got the oscillator section. And what's interesting about this one is instead of what we've seen before, where there is just one oscillator, or you can balance between one of two of different waveforms, this oscillator section has a whole bunch of different waveforms that we can bring in, and we'll explore that in great detail. Next, the signal goes into the filter section. There's a built-in lowpass filter with resonance control. And in ES P, they've added Key Follow, which allows you to modulate the filter cutoff, depending what range of the keyboard that you are playing. So it's a really cool feature.

After the signal passes through the filter, it goes to the amplifier section, where we can adjust the master output level and the shape of the volume of the sound. And what's really cool is the ampl...

Understanding the signal flow of the ES P
Video duration: 2m 22s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Understanding the signal flow of the ES P 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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