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Creating Your First NN-19 Sample Patch > Setting the Key Zones - Pg. 257

Next, you need to create a sweeping filter effect, and the first step toward making this happen is using the Filter Frequency and Resonance sliders. Set the Filter Frequency slider to a low-to-mid value, such as 48. Now set the Resonance slider to a much greater value, such as 100. Click on Play on the sequencer and listen to the sweeping effect that has been created. Notice that the original timbres of the acoustic guitar samples are still present, but now a dreamy filter sweep had been added. To further enhance the filter sweep, make the following adjustments to the Filter Envelope: 1. Set the Attack to a very high value, such as 84. This will cause the filter sweep to begin playing the lower frequencies and then introduce the higher frequencies as it progresses. Set the Decay to an even higher value, such as 95. Set the Sustain to a mid-to-high value, such as 66. Set the Release to a high value that's less than or equal to the Attack parameter, such as 81. 2. 3. 4. Now increase the intensity of the filter by setting the Filter Amount knob to 42. Click on Play and listen to how the filter sweep has dramatically changed with the help of the Filter Envelope. Before you go any further, make sure that you save your newly created patch. Click on the Save icon in the upper-left corner of the NN-19 and give your new patch a name, such as AcGuitar Pad, for example. Using the LFO