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The Filter Section > Filter 1 - Pg. 205

Once you have set the individual parameters of LFO 2, you can send the effect to one of four destinations. Osc 1&2--This destination will control the pitch of Oscillators 1 and 2. Phase--This destination will control the amount of phase offset for Osc 1 and 2. Filter Frequency 2--This destination will control the Filter Frequency Filter 2. Amplitude--This destination will control the overall volume of the Subtractor. The Play Parameters Once you have familiarized yourself with the ins and outs of programming the Subtractor, it's time to take a look at the parameters that involve the performance side of this virtual synth (see Figure 9.8). You'll find that there are a lot of interesting and creative choices that you will enjoy playing with. Figure 9.8 Subtractor's Play parameters are used to add expression to your performance.