Using the EVD6 Effects


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Using the EVD6 Effects

Let's take a look at the Effects section of the EVD6. So you can see we have Distortion, and there's three types of Modulation. There's Phaser, Flanger, and Chorus, and then we have the Wah effect. So these are effects that musicians commonly use with the original D6. If we take a look at the Distortion, we have a couple parameters. We have Gain, Tone, and then we have Compression. So what I can do is compress the incoming signal and then distort it. So to increase the compression, what I can do is drag here and now I'm adjusting the ratio of our compressor.

So if I play a note, I can adjust the gain, and we'll hear it distort. If the level is too much, I can bring down our master level on the instrument, here and now I'll crank up the gain some more. (music playing) So with the Tone control, I can adjust the tonal center of this distortion. (music playing) Now if I want to turn down the distortion, or actually turn it off, I'm going to set the gain all the way ...

Using the EVD6 Effects
Video duration: 5m 24s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Using the EVD6 Effects 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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