Using unison, detune and sub osc for thick sounds


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Using unison, detune and sub osc for thick sounds

Sometimes when we are creating FM sounds you end up losing some bass, the more modulation you have. (music playing) So as I increase the FM intensity here, the sound gets more harsh, but it's less focused on the low end. (music playing) And actually, if you take a look at this analyzer on an EQ and watch the lowest harmonic, you see as I increase the FM intensity, at certain points it decreases in its level. (music playing) And as I bring it down, you can see that it's a couple of dB louder now.

So one way that EFM1 solves that problem is by the sub-oscillator control. And what this does is it brings in a pure sine wave an octave beneath the note you are playing that's un-modulated, so it's not being FM-processed at all. (music playing) So if I turn this up, you can hear it's bringing this tone an octave lower, try to find the right balance here. (music playing) So you can get a nice full-range sound with that, which is really cool.

And then instead of having a chorus, ...

Using unison, detune and sub osc for thick sounds
Video duration: 3m 22s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Using unison, detune and sub osc for thick 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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