Getting a Vibrato effect - help!

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Getting a Vibrato effect - help!

Post  Freek on Sun Oct 05, 2008 6:18 am

i'm trying to create a simple vibrato effect which is controlled via the mod wheel as you could do previously with trilogy & atmosphere with no messing about, now when i try & do it in omnisphere nothing happens & what you see in the reference guide is different from you see on screen.

SAMPLE using logic ES1

in the reference guide it shows the modulation section being clicked on & showing Modulate, however when i do it the option is greyed out, i have been trying to work it out for quite a few hours & not getting anywhere, i have also emailed the clowns at spectrasonics over a week ago & i still havent had a reply, does anyone here know how to do this properly?

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Re: Getting a Vibrato effect - help!

Post  novata on Sun Oct 05, 2008 7:00 am

Hi, zoom in to the modulation window.
Set source to LFO1 and set the Depth slider to about 50%, set the target to Oscillator/Pitch Fine and leave the target parameter in the centre.
Then set the next source to wheel (mod wheel), leave the depth at 50% and then set the target parameter to LFO1 Depth.

Hope that helps.

Oh, and ensure that on the main edit page that with LFO 1 selected that the rate is set to about 50% and the depth is set to 25% and use the sine wave and set it to free.
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Post  Hans Scheffler on Sun Oct 05, 2008 9:35 am

when its greyed out you are probably looking at the wrong layer.
Make sure that the correct layer A or B is selected in the Mod Matrix.

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Re: Getting a Vibrato effect - help!

Post  Freek on Thu Oct 09, 2008 8:16 am

thanks guys your advice worked, really appreciate it! just wish specrasonics would have been more helpful!

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Re: Getting a Vibrato effect - help!

Post  novata on Fri Oct 10, 2008 10:54 am

Freek wrote:thanks guys your advice worked, really appreciate it! just wish specrasonics would have been more helpful!

:-)

I don't think it's a Spectrasonics question, more a general synthesis question.
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Re: Getting a Vibrato effect - help!

Post  Freek on Fri Oct 10, 2008 11:29 am

novata wrote:
Freek wrote:thanks guys your advice worked, really appreciate it! just wish specrasonics would have been more helpful!

:-)

I don't think it's a Spectrasonics question, more a general synthesis question.

not really as i was asking them why it was different from trilogy & why the reference guide didnt match what was seen on screen

but thanks to your help its sorted now :-)

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Re: Getting a Vibrato effect - help!

Post  Roshi Ai on Tue Oct 28, 2008 2:34 pm

basically it's not different from Trilogy...

Trilogy has a somewhat "hardwired" modulation called something like: Wheel LFO1 Very Happy
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