Using the oscillator and sub-oscillator


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Using the oscillator and sub-oscillator

So let's take a look at the oscillator section for ES 1. So over on the far left, we can choose the octave. It has it in terms of feet, and that terminology comes from pipe organs. So we've got 4 feet, 2 feet, 8 feet, 16 feet, 32 feet. So the bigger the number, or the more feet, the longer the pipe, the lower the note. So right now I've got 4 feet. And if I were to play 8 feet, that's going to be an octave lower. And 16 feet, that's an octave below that, and 32 feet's an octave below that. And then of course, 2 feet is an octave above 4 feet.

The rest of the oscillator section here we have got a primary oscillator and beneath that a sub-oscillator, and we've got a mixed control to balance between the two. So before I dig in, what I'd like to do is actually change the setting that we have here because the default setting when you open up ES 1 kind of has a lot of things going on. So I want to select a patch that's a bit more neutral. So I am going to go...

Using the oscillator and sub-oscillator
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Using the oscillator and sub-oscillator 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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