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The Oscillator Section > Frequency Modulation - Pg. 203

To experiment with the Amplitude Envelope, try using the previous exercise as a road map to guide you through the different envelope parameters. Modulation Envelope The Modulation Envelope works in the same way as the Filter Envelope, but it has a different use. The Modulation Envelope sends the standard set of envelope parameters to one of six destinations, including: Osc 1--This destination will alter the pitch of Oscillator 1. Osc 2--This destination will alter the pitch of Oscillator 2. Osc Mix--This destination will control the Oscillator Mix knob. Frequency Modulation--This destination will control the amount of FM. Phase--This destination will control the amount of Phase Offset between Osc 1&2. Filter Frequency 2--This destination will control the amount of Filter Frequency for Filter 2. The Amount and Invert knobs work in the same way as they did with the Filter Envelope, so there is no need to waste time on that. Instead, try the following exercise to better understand the functionality of this envelope. Make sure that your Subtractor sequencer track is armed and ready to receive MIDI. 1. Load the GlassOrgan patch from the PolySynths folder in the Reason Factory Sound Bank. Notice that the Modulation Envelope is not being used at all; its