Using the filter section to shape your sampled sounds


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Using the filter section to shape your sampled sounds

So let's take a look at the filter section in EXS24. So we've got a multi-mode filter here and it can be either a low-pass, band-pass, or a high-pass filter. This is where we're going to be sculpting the sound and subtracting frequencies from the sampler instrument. So first let's load in a patch. So I'm going to load up a sampler instrument here. So we've got this EXS24 Setup menu, and this is all the instruments that are associated with this EXS24_Setup exercise file. So I'm going to choose WaveTable, and this is just a waveform that has a number of harmonics in it.

(music playing) So it's kind of bright. So it'll be good to filter. So to help us visualize what's happening, I'm going to pull up the Channel EQ, and we can use its frequency analyzer. So on the channel, I can just double-click right here where it says EQ. That opens up the channel EQ. There are a couple of adjustments I like to make to this. I'm just going to adjust the scaling of...

Using the filter section to shape your sampled sounds
Video duration: 7m 3s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Using the filter section to shape your sampled sounds 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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