Voice parameters and global settings


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Voice parameters and global settings

So let's take a look at the global and voice settings in ES2. So up top we have a couple of different voicing modes: there's Polyphonic, Mono, and Legato. So Polyphonic, that's just means that you can play more than one note at a time. And you choose the amount of voices, or the maximum number of polyphony, here, and it can go up to 32. Second, we have Mono mode, and this is where we can only play one note at a time. So it doesn't matter what you have your voices set to, in Mono mode, it's only going to be monophonic. One of the benefits or side effects of Mono is that you can play these peddling kind of synth riffs. So if I play a lower octave A and then I play a higher octave, and I let go of the higher octave, it retriggers the lower one. So I can do these kind of peddling-- (music playing) --synth riffs and things like that.

Then in Legato mode, what we have is the envelopes won't be retriggered when they have notes that are played right next to each other in t...

Voice parameters and global settings
Video duration: 7m 15s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Voice parameters and global settings 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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