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Chapter 6. Working With Samplers > Using the NN-19 Controls

Using the NN-19 Controls

The NN-19 control sections (the filter, LFO, and envelopes) should look pretty familiar by now. They work just as they do on the SubTractor and Malström, but now you're using them on samples rather than generated sounds.

To warp pitch using the LFO

1.
Load the NN-19 song from the last exercise and start your loop.

When you save a song, all patch modifications get saved, even if you haven't saved the patch separately.

2.
Using the Wavef. button in the NN-19's LFO section, select the ramp (or upward sawtooth) waveform (Figure 6.56).

Figure 6.56. Select the ramp, or upward sawtooth LFO shape.


The LFO destination should already be set to Osc, so the pitch will shift steadily upward.

3.
Enable LFO Sync and set it to a rate of 4/4 (Figure 6.57). At this setting, the ramp in pitch caused by the LFO will last one measure.

Figure 6.57. With Sync on, set the Rate to 4/4.


4.
Drag the Amount knob left and right to adjust the amount of increase and decrease to the effect (Figure 6.58).

Figure 6.58. Set the LFO amount.



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