Using the Filter envelope to adjust cutoff


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Using the Filter envelope to adjust cutoff

So the Filter envelope that we've got up here, what this allows us to do is basically automate the filter cutoff. Unfortunately, you don't see it animated, so you don't see the cutoff now moving, but you can hear it happen. This is a good way to make the sound that you're creating more dynamic. So I'll show you where to start with that. Let me increase the volume here. The place to start is to set your cutoff to the minimum that you want. So I'll play a note. (music playing) I'll set this to the setting that I want where it's most filtered down.

So I don't want it to be any more filtered down than that. Then what I can do is adjust decay. So that's how long it's going to take for the filter to open up to its maximum amount and then to decay back down to a starting point that I have here and, Intensity, which is how much the filter is going to open up. So if I set the Intensity to its maximum, the filter cutoff will open up all the way to its maximu...

Using the Filter envelope to adjust cutoff
Video duration: 3m 22s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Using the Filter envelope to adjust cutoff 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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