Using Oscillator 1 and the noise generator


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Using Oscillator 1 and the noise generator

So let's take a look at Oscillator 1 and the Noise Oscillator and what we can do with those. So I am going to load up that initialized sound. So I am going to go to the Settings menu > Load Setting, go to our Desktop folder/Exercise Files//Ultrabeat, and then the Preset folder here in this Ultrabeat_EMPTY we'll load in. So again, I am going to be working with the voice for C1. And instead of having Oscillator 2 on, I am going to turn on Oscillator 1.

So I just press this button up here. It turns it on. So notice that we've got the same mode that we had in Oscillator 2, this Phase Oscillator. So everything is the same about it, exactly the same. The only difference comes in terms of the modulation options where we can modulate the asymmetry whereas with Oscillator 2, we can modulate the saturation but not the asymmetry. And we'll talk about that more when we deal with modulation and envelopes and things. So the other mode we have here is FM.

So this is dependent on Oscilla...

Using Oscillator 1 and the noise generator
Video duration: 4m 36s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Using Oscillator 1 and the noise generator 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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