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Chapter 5. Building a Song > Adding a Second Filter

Adding a Second Filter

Filter 2 works in low-pass 12 dB mode only, and can only be used on top of Filter 1. Filter 2 can exaggerate the more subtle filters such as the band-pass and notch, or amplify a high-pass or low-pass filter to cut through almost anything.

To add Filter 2 to the band-pass filter

1.
Set the Filter 1 type to BP.

This setting affects a narrow frequency band that is very pronounced at high resonance.

2.
Turn the Filter 1 resonance to a high setting and set the Freq fader to a good tonal position.

3.
Now click the Filter 2 button (Figure 5.31), making sure that the Link button is not enabled.

Figure 5.31. Add Filter 2 to the notch filter.


4.
Turn the Level (master volume) fader down (to protect your ears), and start your loop playing.

5.
Now move the Filter 2 resonance to a high value, and move Filter 2's Freq fader up and down.

The result is a set, resonant tone from Filter 1 being resonated a second time by Filter 2, for an amplified filter effect.


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