Logic 209
EVD6 and EFM1: User Guide
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The EFM1 and the EVD6 are two of the coolest Software Instruments in the Logic collection. Get beyond the presets in this awesome 2-for-1 tutorial by Logic master and SFLogicNinja David Earl...
David Earl is a composer/producer and Logic Studio guru living in the San Francisco Bay Area. You've seen him on YouTube, now watch his work at macProVideo.com!
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Status: Available | Released: Nov 25th, 2011
The EFM1: Ever make something out of nothing? Well, that’s kind of how you generate sounds using frequency modulation, or FM. You can start out with a simple sine wave and then, by modulating it with another sine wave, you can create the most amazing timbres right inside the EFM1!

In the first part of this tutorial, David Earl shows you everything about Frequency Modulation using the EFM1: You’ll learn all about Carrier and Modulator waves, the foundation of FM synthesis. You’ll see how harmonic relationships create a variety of complex tonal timbres. He reveals you the hidden, built-in wave tables that help you take your modulator to a whole new level. You'll even discover how you can automate the modulation by using the EFM1's dedicated ADSR. Did anyone mention randomization? Learn how to use controlled randomness that lead to new and unusual sonic worlds!

Logic's EVD6 is another story altogether. Did you know that the EVD6 is the little brother to Logic’s awesome Sculpture Modeling Synth? It is! And David Earl will show you all the cool secrets to programming this complex and very creative instrument.
Sure, the EVD6 does a great rendition of the famous Hohner Clavinet. That’s cool. But there’s so much more that lurks beneath its benign faceplate. In this tutorial David explores how this little synth can easily become one of the hippest places to go in your Logic arsenal to fire up some wonderful and original new timbres.

So if you want to dig deeper into the EFM1 and EVD6 this tutorial by macProvideo.com’s rising star David Earl is just what you've been waiting for!
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