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Logic 8 helpfull tutorials on LFO,s

Discussion in 'Logic 8' started by scenesofmotion, Apr 21, 2009.

  1. scenesofmotion

    scenesofmotion New Member

    hey all, does anyone know any good tutorials for beginners to do with LFO,S ?been reading some that tell you to use LFo,s while making basslines but i nobody tells you how to use them when ive got the ES2 open in logic im just pressing random buttons aint got a clue what im doing! can anyone help please
  3. Orren Merton

    Orren Merton Logic Samurai / Administrator Staff Member

    First of all, to make a full disclosure, I work for this publishing company.

    That said, we are just publishing a book (just went to the printer today!) that sounds like it's just what you want. It's called Becoming A Synthesizer Wizard and the author has written a number of books on synthesis and really knows his stuff!

    Hope that helps,
  4. leytonnz

    leytonnz Senior member

  5. sunhunter9

    sunhunter9 Member

    I have no affiliation with these guys, however I've found their tutorials very helpful at times, and worth the cost. Good customer service, too. LFO is just a low frequency oscillator which applies a waveform to whatever signal is patched to it at a rate that is slow enough to be very audible as an effect. E.g. if you turn the volume knob up and down on an instrument, you are in effect "oscillating" the amplitude of the whole signal at a low, very noticeable frequency.
    If you can pick up an old Prophet 5 or even something that older that used actual patch cables, it can help to demistify the whole process by making it less abstract.

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