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Chapter 5. Building a Song > Low-Frequency Modulation

Low-Frequency Modulation

The SubTractor has two low-frequency oscillators, LFO 1 and LFO 2 (Figure 5.41). These low-frequency oscillators move so slowly that they don't make tones. Rather, they superimpose slow-moving waves over high-frequency ones to change their behavior. You can create vibrato by generating a very low-frequency wave and sending it to an oscillator's pitch. The result is as if the oscillator were poised on an ocean wave, making it go from high to low.

Figure 5.41. The low-frequency oscillators LFO 1 and LFO 2



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