Learn how to navigate modules designed to add movement.
- [Instructor] So now that we've got…a nice basis for our sound and a good character to it,…it's time to add some modulation,…get this thing moving a little bit.…So first of all, let's talk about envelope two.…That's our amplitude envelope.…(keys play)…So we can adjust the attack, the sustain,…the release, all that stuff.…We also have a velocity knob…which will make it more sensitive…to the velocity incoming…from our midi keyboard or the piano role.…As you turn it up, it enables you to play more quietly…with softer key strikes.…
Now let's jump over to envelope one…because envelope one doesn't have one use.…First of all, it is the envelope…that is connected to our filters.…Now we can use it to modulate upward.…So if I pull the cutoff down on my low pass filter…and then I use envelope one to modulate it,…it'll sound like this.…(electronic sound)…So that's essentially our resting space…with the cutoff, you can hear why it's so low.…
(electronic sound)…Okay, but we also have the ability to make it nice…and snappy and quick if we want.…
- 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
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