Learn how to maximize Vacuum's capabilities by working with its performance controls
- [Instructor] Now that the sound is moving and playable…and feeling expressive and musical in a way that we like.…Let's talk about some of the extras that we have over here.…Now we've talked about the mod wheel…but we can also send it over here…(mixing sounds)…to modulate some new things.…So the mod wheel destination is now tremolo.…(mixing sounds)…We can also have it do a wah wah.…(mixing sounds)…which is cool.…
That's a little bit like a filter thing.…Then we can also do a vibrato.…So these are just built in effects that work very simply…and they are where they are and they're controlled by…the LFO there.…(mixing sounds)…These are sort of separate…from the other stuff that we've been looking at over here…as far as the modulation matrix is concerned…and the different routings you can do.…These are nice add-ons and things that are just really handy…and right there for you to use.…
There for the taking.…We also have an arpeggiator, that's super cool.…An arpeggiator, if we turn it on here,…will alow us to essentially generate a rhythmic sequence…
- Drum machine basics and loading presets
- Tweaking sounds to build a custom kit
- Using pattern select for performance
- Tonewheel Organ and Mini Grand basics
- Browsing and loading with Structure Free
- Resampling and slicing
- MIDI routing, arp, and mod
- Working with Vacuum
Skill Level Intermediate
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